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largcsi Circulaiion of ihe Wine Trade Papers ol ihe Wesi 




25th YEAR 






Vnj.. XT.VTTT. 



Organ of the wine, spirit and brcMini; trade of the Pacific Coa»t 

No. 1 



SAN FRANCISCO, NOVEMBER 30, 1905. 




Hunter 
Baltimore Rye 

is inimitable. It is concentrated from ilj Quality, 
Purity, Axe, Aroma. 



nlLIIKIT HKIirkXTILIC 



JOHN SROIFE & CO. 




nes 



IMI'OKIIRS 01 

and L 



iquors 



MNf KIMl(K> 
VVMISKIIS 

Soir *<jr(«l« tor 

SI A I I KS 
PKLMIIM UOIKUON 



208-210 Market St, 



t) and II Pine Street 
Stin I miH ist <», ( «il. 



^C:) CARE COMPLETE 



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WftifeJfock 
Wafer 



)i«jnURiKiBilUMU»MVir^»o..> 



LITHIA 

P. J. WEINIGER ^ to. 

GENERAL DISTRIBUTERS 

101-103 POWELL STREET 

Phonc bush 20 San Francisco, c*. 






We have 

pleasure in 

announcing 

that 

l^kinai 
\Vii\c 

was used in 

christening 

the 

l\K iric" Cohle 

on 
Decennber 14, 1902 




The 

Silver Basket 

containing 

the bottle 

is 

herewith 

reproduced. 

Respectfully yours, 

[3o\\'ei\ 
Co.^ — ' 

410 Post Street 

San Francisco 

Cal. 




H. H. PKASi;, Tresidfut 



F. M. SIIEPARD, JR., Treasurer. 



^.. F. RUNYON, Secretary 



Goodyear Rubber Company 

AAanuiacturers and Dealers in 

RUBBER GOODS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION 



CCLD SlAL ,: -^ 



|r IWINE&BREWERSi 




COM) si';al" is the hkst. 



RUBBER-LINED COTTON HOSE. 



«il-6:{-6o.(H FOIHTH STKEKT, PORTLAND, <Ui. 
57 .{-57 5..-,? 7 ANh 57!t MAHKKT STKEKT, SAN FKANCISCO, ( AL. 

WE ARE HEADQUARTERS FOR EVERYTHING MADE OF RUBBER 



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5'wiss-American BanK 



524 Montgomery Street 
S. F., Cal. 

Phone Main 5004 



^ Commercial and Savings BanK ;g 

V. CKecK Accounts Solicited ','i 



S CHAS. MAGGINI, President H G. TOGNAZZI, Managkr ,■; 

» A. A. MICHELETTI. Cashier *§ 



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PACIFIC WINE AND SPIRIT REVIEW 



CLASSIKIKD IXDbCX OF A nVK K ris K M K NTS. 



CALIFOKNIA WINKS AND BKANDIKS. 



AlU Vista Wines Co.. 
Bartuti Virioyurd Co. , l.i 
California Wine Atii*<'cluti'<n 

Kinke's, A., Wl.lnw 

Fremli- AnicriiMii Wini> C>>. 

• tiiU'llacli-lliinilM-liu Wine Co 

Italian Vineyaril Company 

Italian S\\i-x C.l.iiv 

Uol. 

L..!< 

C. M 

Napa A --li"!!..! \\ III.' ( 

Sierra Madre Vintn);t> Company 

Smitli. Julian runl 

Southern Culiiurnia Wine ComiHiny. 

Stern A S»ns, Inc.. Cliaa 

To K.l n Vii,. ■. ,r ! r.^ 

Wei"! ■ l>orate(i_ , 

Wet' ny 

Char ' 



I'au* FOREIGN AND r>OMF«»Tir CIIAMPACNK^. 



IMPORTKRS 



•I W'jU!. \Silliaui A Co... 
15 
.. 10 

;; 'l SYRUI'S. CORDIALS. BITTERS.PBUNE JUICE. 

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Finke'i, A., Wi 
liommel CJ. m. 


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DISTILLERS AND BROKERS. 



E.J. CnrlnyA Co „ •_>() 

UoM' ' " ' '■ 'illerieo Co. Inc 42 

Jam 72 

Wnj ~..n _ I 

.MuvIhms . 1 . I * Co _ 71 

C. J*. Moorman A Co Back CoTer 

Sunnybrook Distillery Co _ 5 

Walker, Iliraui A. Sons _ 27 

The Kirby Distilling Co « 



Lasii's Hitters . 



BOTTLERS' SCPPLIKS 



Sclioeuthaler .Mfn. Co., 



BRBWBR8. 



WIltiLKSALK LUiUOR DEALERS. 



n.ifT.i!.. nriMii, 



.\hron8, IViii .\l r.iillwink.' 
Cartan, Mi i 
Manlev M. 

ll.,I.,!,r_- A. 



-tilling Co. 



41 .-L'iilLlc B.'cttiui; and .Malting I 

;jl Wunder Brewing Co 

»Front Cover 

23 

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4'i 

« 

.._ 37 

■>H California Fn^i 



WINE-MAKERS' AND DISTII I ^ '■ 



\ t ..ii!<tr:;.-tioii < 



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., ,.any 

P. J. Wenitfer A Co 

Wichman, I.utk'en A Co. 



.Front Cover 'f"' 

:« >'"' 

2 Pan 

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.Front Cover ^l' 
3.1 Ton 



UKTAIL LIQCOK DEALERS. 

(WHIM TO OCT GOOD TillXOS TO OBISK ANO CAT.) 



uige., 
A._- 



LEADINU HOTELS AND BKSTAl'RANT- 



34 
31 
■"* Cnfr Hrl«»nl. «fhni-I.|.'r A KlrNr 



t>el I 
Duir 



::innnl. Proprietor 



.!•. MKt.'ll 

nt.. 



>IL«»CELl-ANKOUJ«. 






The I 



PACIFIC WINK AND Sl'IRIT Rl'.VII-AV 



V( Patent 



THE "LOEW SYSTEM | 

Wine and Liquor Filter ;| 



r All KI<i<Jm ii( N>'Ii 



Rapidly 
Filters 

the Most 
Turbid 
Liquors 

to a 
Crystal 

Brilliancy 

No Loss of 

Flavor 

or Goods 



Sa\-cs 
|| Clarifying 
^ Materials, 
Storage 

and 
Filtering 
Medium 




Simple ')i 

and 4 

Durable in M 

Construe- %; 

tion {i 

in 

If you I'A 

Contcm- ,'■; 

plate '5 

the (j 

Purchase j^ 

of a ^ 

Filter, ^ 

write for ^ 

Catalogue ^ 

and Prices >k 



TKe '■§ 

Loew ;« 

Filter p 

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OHIO '!? 

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S JULIUS C. AMELUNG, AGENT 

§ /» 4.15 ITALIAN-AMERICAN BANK BUILDING '^ 

S( San Francisco California ^ 



lASH'S BITTERC 



SUNNY BROOK DISTILLERY CO. 

LOXJISVILLJE, K.Y. 
C«atnctlDg Offices, 174 Randolpli Street, Clilcag;o, Ills. 

ROSCNFIKLD aROS. 4 CO. PROP*. 
R«tM Kj cU., )i.oo and I1.15 Di.tillerle. No. 5 .nd 24- 



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REVIEW." GOOD PRINTING 
COSTS NO MORE THAN THE 
OTHER KIND IF-^ YOU GO TO THE 
RIGHF PLACE. 

Phillips & Van Orden Co. 

308 CLA^' STREET :: SAN FRANCISCO 



i&S'^i^'yi'j&ii^i' 



H. V. MOREHOUSE 



J E ALEXA^OER 



Morehouse & Alexander 

ATTORNEYS AT LAW 



Phone John 3776 
310 pine street 



SAN FRANCISCO 






TISSUE FMPER MANILA PAPER 

LABEL PAPER 



PAPER 


OF 

ALL 

KINDS 



€^ 



A. ZELLERBACH & SONS 

Cor. Sansome and Commercial Sts. 
San Francisco 




ITY BREWERY 



OFFICE: 

Cor. 1 2th and H Streets 




B 



EST 
EER 



In the World. 



Steam M\ 



Sacramento, Cal, 



PACII-IC WINK AND SPIRIT RHX'IKW 



V 



AGE AND PURITY 

Sunnv Brooh 

•^ A PERFECT WHISKEY. 



The capacity of our government bottling house 
has been increased fourfold -still we arc a month 

behind on orders. 

High Quality, Low Prices and 
Extensive Advertising 

tell the story. 

We offer special inducements to large distributors. 

Write for particulars. 



THE ONLY WHISKEY AWARDED 

GRAND PRIZE AND GOLD MEDAL 

AT ST. LOUIS WORLD'S FAIR. 










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Californin Wines mid Brandies 

BRYANT A. SECOND STREETS, SAN FRANCISCO 
VCIIMAN & J\(()BI ^'^^ ^"'^ Olli.r. b-) ,m«l «)7 Nnilh M.iurr S|. 



PACIFIC WINE AND SPIRIT REVIEW. 



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NITED STATES FIDELITY B GUARANTY CO. 



Phone 

Private Exchange 

418 



CAPITAL, $1.70)1.00(1 



SURPLUS AND KRSERVH. $1,428,5^6.98 
This Company is Accepted as 

SOLE SURETY UPON ALL INTERNAL REVENUE AND CUSTOMS BONDS 

KeguireJ by the United States Uovernment irom 

Distillers, Brewers and Cigar Manufacturers 



PACIFIC COAST DEPARTMENT 



BORLAND. ROBERTSON & JOHNS. General Managers 



331 339 Crossley Building. San Francisco 






r.i,'i'.'>!i"!-'i!.'i».>ii>ii>,i,'4ii.'r'i;v^'-'"-'''-'"i''^''-'',! 



AMERICAN BRANDV 



FINEST IN THE WORLD. WHY? BECAUSE GRAPES ARE CHEAPER THAN 
CHEMICALS IN THIS COUNTRY; Consequently it "Does Not Tay to ADULTERATE. 



THE KIRBV DISTILLING CO. 



INCOkPORATHI) 



Fowler, Fresno Co., Cal. 



s Makes a Specialty of PURE BRANDY, and making NO WINES, has NO WASH OR « 

i ==__. SOUR WINE TO PUT INTO BRANDY. — ^— — = I 

» « 

^ ODR STILLS ARt K^O^V^^ AS MMBtRS 263 OR 357 FIRST DISTRICT, CALirORNU ^ 

;i « 

<l Ihc^c Numbers ARE BlRNtO on the GOVERNMENT or STAMPED HEAD of EVERY PACKAGl, (here being No Other Genuine " KIRBY BRANDY." '$ 

" *h 

" Sold Only in Carload Lots to the Trade. Correspondence Solicited. B 

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C. M. MANN CO. INC 



SrtCESSORS 




WINK m BRAINDIES 

CASE GOODS, SPARKLING WINES 
AND CHAMPAGNES A SPECIALIY 



ESTABLISHED 1859 

Vineyards, Sonoma County, Col. 




OFFICE AND 
CELLARS, 



216-218-220 SIGRIMENTO, and 221 GODIMERGIIiL ST., San Fmisco. Cai. 



SAMPLES SENT 
ON APPLICATION 



Skrra madrc Uimagc €o. 



GROWERS AND PRODUCERS OF 




Pure CdUfomia Wines ^«<^ Brandies 



PORT AND SHERRY 

A Specialty 

Lamanda, Los Angeles County, Cal. 

Ciold Medal Paris Exposition, 1900 

(iod Medal Pan-American Exposition, Buffalo, 1901 

Gold Medal Louisiana Purchase Exposition, 1904 





Organ or tbb Wini, Spibit and Bkbwimu Tmaob or 



VOL. XIA'III, X<>. 1. 



SAX FRANCISCO, NOVEMBER 2ii, 190'). 



Issued Monthly 
TRKASURY RF.GISTF.R CO PUBLISHERS 

R M WOOD PRESIDENT AND EDITOR 

E. F WOOD. SECRETARY AND TREASURER 

OiKicK: t>'J"^ Montgomery Strekt, San Francisco. 

Montgomery Block. 
I>lii>iiu MonttiM-nt-ry K4I 

Thf r.4( IFIC }( I\K A.yjt Sl'iniT Hlllir.n' i» me 
itrilf/ ftiiper of itn rltiM-< Wml of Chiraf/o. It ctrru^llle^ (tiiioiifj 
the H'hotetitla <init lirtnil Win^, Si>irit iinit liter Itrnlirn of 
thr l'a,i/lr rf,a»t. Ihr Ifnf l/.i/.vr« iin<l Hraiitlii lii-^'ill^nt of 
i'nUfitrnin, tl\« If'ine anil Flriiiulii liii^irnt. iiidI tUi' I inpnrtert, 
itittillert atid Jobbers of tl\« L'nit«<l Statea. 

l!i.tiTfl at tlif Pout ()Hir<- at Sim FraBi-isco, Cal., 
lit Seoond-t'lag!' Miilti-r. 

All CHECKS, DRAFTS. MONEY ORDERS, Etc , should be 
made payable to TREASURY REGISTER CO. 

Subicriplioiii per year — in advance, poata|{e paid. 

i'or tbr 1,'ditcd State*, Mexico and Canada fa oo 

i-or the I'nited Slates, Mrxicoand Canada, sis months I 25 

For Kuropean countries 3 f*> 

Singlr copies '" 

WANTS, FOR SALE, ETC 
l-riiil liraiulic'^ Wanlcil. 

Five to ten liarn-ln apricot brand v. Bve to ten barrels |K^cb braml,'. 

11. ..,.. ..... 1 1 1 1 .»..,.• V 'n.. I. ,.r,.u r ,.«iii bran<l\, twent- • 

Iv, nnp bundled 
' Ad-lrean A. M 



CuttinsTs For Sale. 



Thirty tu forty thounana I.«tK>lr grapv ruttloju (or aale at QRA 
WKKNER. InrtnKlon. Cal. 



\\ inc Maker Want- I'o^^it ion. 



IlaliiM wmr •., \<'- w 1 
proceM in mskitig nti4 
micro«copist au<l expei' 
A B. this office. 



I New York Wine Market. 

DrijiNi; i,M I ..-. . ,..t wii-k.-* Ill 
n-iniv flip ili-iivi-ry luis Immmi piiMlv fjiii 
ilrv wiiirs as fur s\\<m'I wIihh. Tin- priffs fi»r wim.- .ii ih< 
viiii-.viinis iiri' slilVfiiiii}; \i\>. as cimiIiI Im- fXiM^-litl in vli-w 
(if till- small viiita;.'*- ami (li«- n-alixalinn in Mliirji i|iiiI<tm 
iiavi- Ihm*ii slow In i-nmc, thai tlic Hii|i|>ly in llii' liamlH nf iIh- 
^I'nwi'i's is vi'rv miii'li smaller than anynn** i-xiNt-tiil ; tin- 
I:ir;:i" viiitayi- nf I'MM S4'«*ms In havr ili"»4i|' 
|{iiiii)li<-s arc als4i advaiiriii;;. Sunn- • 
iiiatli- sjili*s at ln\v |ii'iri-s <>x|M-ri*'m-c i|iiiii' mh 
in (iivcrin;; iln'nis4'lv«'s. Tln-.v llinl •'•" ''■• 
iini at all anxiniis tu inn't llii>ir vii 
1,1 r m. 



rv nhn 




TA/VT 
FOOL A GOOD 

JUDGE 

Mc Krvowj Thai 



III 



iUMN KAPP U .s' S 



PACIFIC WINK AND SPIRIT RIv\-Il-:\V 



MARKET CONDITIONS 



Bli'ANItV: 'Pile iiiudiiciidii w.is ciiiniiiinilivclv liulil in 
n.iulpir. till- iiiiiil fur (In- iwn <|istri<-ls liciiij; tiiil\ 
1 Hi. (II 1. 7 ;is ;iu;iiMsl J()(l..'):',().7 in llic sniiic iinintli i>( Inst 

w'iir. 'I'Ik M' liiiiins iiif in li.iiniiiny with il nl|Mit nl' 

X III': MNT.\.;I::-Nmw tin.i ll„. Nimn^r is ..v.t. it is -^^••■'•' "iiH-s. ih.-.l.n.;,n.l In, hnnnly In,- Inrt ili.nlinn h-in.t, 

1 |,...ssil.|.. for thus., in .Ins.. lun.l, will. ih. .•.lin.s tn •• ^'n.t ivly inn.l. I. >s (l.is y.n. Tin- tcn.l.-n.v uf Ihr 

,,,, niiiikri is upwiiril. iiinl we liclic\c llicrc will lie ni:ii'K(il 

innki- ji fiiir I'sliniiilc of I r.iihiriHMi nl ili\ wnns. I he ion . ,.,■,. ,i i .■ ,i i: ,:ii:, ,. .. 

' ini|ii'ii\('niiMit iillci- llic clnsc n| I hi- (list tiling si'uson. 

.-.•nsiis ..r .i|.iniun is ilui il.c.\i.l.l u;is Inll.v i\\rnt\ livr i,|,p,„-ts w.tc notliini:. Kxpni-ls iiji-ic-iilcd J1 niscs 

per irni Ixliiw lliiit nf hist y<-;i|- wllirli wdlllil lililiu 'll<' .miiJ I ,(ISS -iJilluiis. VilllK'il ;lt SlMT!. 

(ii;iirc in tin- nriiililmihiKHl nf lirircii niillion uiillnns. Tliis 

iiijikfs ilh' vintaur one <>f llii' slniflfsl in ilif inilnsiiy in 

,„,' , .■ .- I ,, .i;., \ A 7 II ISI\ \' :- The llildc i;rn(l;ll!\ rrnnrls lilisillcss ill 

niiiin vriirs. Tin- lifii«r \\ inrs .ire nt cxr.'i mil i|ii;ilii\. yXi - ' 

ImiI v.tv l.i.uii in sn^nr. wlii.li will .niis.. tli.'in Ic (icvcloi' ' ^ -'■'"! >^lii'l"'-""i "'>« Uml ;ill rc;ir nf ii -.miiImI (Irniilli 

slnwlv. One nf tin- licst ;i nl Imiii i( s in ilic liiisiiirss sn.vs is p;ist, it is hclicvcd tliat hade will cxiiand ami make tliis 

linldly that the lIMir. \inla;:c will j:n ,inw n in liislm-y as w jnln nf liKl.") C, nnr nf i h,. I.ist in I lif liisiniy nf I lie Stall', 

tin- l..st III.' Stale lias cv. r pindiicrd. The srasnii was ah- y^,,^, assnicdlv pir\ ailiii- cimlitiniis ffnni tlic Orrunii line 

s,lu...|y pn-frrt and tin- ■■ dry s,..'ll fnlly matn.vd all ,^^ ^,^,^._.^, ^^ ^^^.^.^^_^^ ,^^^ ^^^^^ ^,.^. ,.^,^.|._^^^ ,^_ ^^^^, ^^^^^,^j,^„. 

,1,,. iHTiirs. Thr whit., wiii.'s will, in pa 1 1 ..iilav. inak.' a ^ ,. ,|^^, ,|,.,Hn|.n,.-,M ..f ili.- inaikH in ll..' Nn.tliw.st. L.u-al 

pn „d .•■•.nnl ami ai.' .viiaiii m .•nmniand .u.md pnr.s. In ^^.^^^,^, |^^^^ in.pmv.'d simv iln- ni.ini.i|,al .'l.'.li.ai. h„t IIi.t.. 

III.' iiialtfi' nf vain. s. t n re lavr. al tins wrilini;. Im'cii im . , , , , ,i . • .i- i . ■ i -.i 

IS a Iciidciicv to draii that is aiivtiiiiii!: Imt iii Iiafiiionv with 

sal.s ..f sum.i.'ni imp..ilam-.. In ..s.al.lish linn,. l.nt ,.rn- ,„„„,,,.,,,„;,■„ j,,,,' i|„„,.v,',';il is hnp.'d that tin- fca.-l inn 

.l„.-..rs an- hnldiii;: ih.'if mw wiihs at is m ill .•.■iits ^.j,, ,,;„„. ^.j,,, ,,„.,„,,, ,,.,, 

pir-allnii. it iinis witlmiit sa\inu that (licff is the usual ,, , , ',•.•■ i .i ■ i i • 

I - • • .- . , ' -7 ■ , . ■ ,. Kxiini'ls hv s.-a were <d tan- vnliiiiic, the Intals h'T'ii' 

srar.it \ nf tin.' win.'s am 111. sc wil (('ilaiiilv tiii.l a i)i(>nl- , -..,, ' ■ i ,.,•.. n i • . wi- •>•.!. i <' 

■ • ' ],.).?!) cases and l.(>t(_ uallniis. valued at •>!. ),.{!(». Inijxirls 

''''"'■ '"="■'<'•'■ diii'iii-i Noveiiil.ei- w.i-e l,.")!! eases , ll^T liairels ami I'd or- 

la\<'S. 

r^ i;^ \\1M>': -Tin' market is in a enm|.afat ively 

L>' h.-allhy .nn.lilinn. l.nt 111.' win. s an lint -niu.i; iiiln T .\i ]'( (IJTATK »\S :— The impnil. is hav.' .•njnye.l a 

.•..nsiiini.li.ai as th.'y ..ii.uht i.. al ih.' |.ii.-es that i.i-evail. 1 i„,,.,i,|,v n,,d,. .hiiiii- tiie mnnlli. and ..wiiit; I,, an iin- 

.•..nsi.l.'i-iiii; ll..' .pialily uivei.. It may I.e ihal li.is is .hie ,„,,v,.,neiil in all lines, .■nntidenlly exi...-l still heller tiim's 

In th,' -i-a/.y aila.ks ..f the Ineal llnanl nf llealili ..n the j„ ,,„.|j. ,,„^i,„.^^ 'p,„.|,. 1,,,,,,,^ appear K. 1... wll tnnmi.'d. 

iminsiiy. Our win.'s aie Im,,, st ami wl.nles.m..'. ami as | ,„,„„.,s .hirinj; tin- ii...iith wet.': Win... U t es.. L'KI hhls. ; 

a whnle ai.' Ih.' purest i.i h.' fnnn.l anywhi'i-.'. mineral water. i>i-2 .s. ; whisky, l.r.l 1 es.. iL'T h'.ils., 2(1 nels. ; 

l']xpnrts h\- sea wi't'e !.f fairly i:n.i.l v..liiiiie, the totals ;Liin, I.IKIO .-s. ; al.'. st.nit ami l...er. L'i'r» .s. ; ei.ler. TH .-s and 

heini; :!7tl .asis ami (i4'.»..".4'.l iialLuis. valued at .%M7,f>l!). S hhls. ; lii|ii('iiis, l,:'.7!l es. ; hrand.\. ."i es. ami I hhl.; v.'i'- 

The liiiiir..s for th.' same mniitli last xcar were ....nsi.l.'rahly inniilli. 4 casks. 

ill excess ..f these. .\l iseellailenlls expnlls fnr Xnvemher 

wcie larger than e\i'r, the a,iii;f.'uale I.einu :'>.."ilS .as.'s, 

JSt; hhls.. I., hhl.. L':', k.'us ami 74(1 uallniis. nf ili.. vain.' nf 

,_ - i-J inr nam m.|1 

'aliny days nf S].riin; reliirii. i;x|.nris were iml s<. had. 



BI'^I'^IJ : — The ..rdiiiai'y midwint.'i' .•nmlit i.tiis ]irevail. 
fnr Hard l.i.im.r is in th.. saddle m sta\- uiiiil the 



!;i.e..ipts .if win.'s and hian.lies fr.nii iiil.'iinr cellars 
ilnrinu tin- inniith w.'i-.' 1.44(I.(;M(I tiall.nis win.' an. I 71.!l.">(l 
}ial|niis hramly. <'nnipare(| with last N.i\i'inher th.. win.. 
receijtts at., n.'arly two hnndreil Ih.iiisaml liallons slmii. 



the li.iiiir.'S l...iiiii l.l's:', pkus h.iiih.l and ."! pkiis h.ilk, valui'd 
at >r!t.44!». 



Wine and Brandy Receipts. 



SWKKTS 
cial ti- 



The ri....'i)its nf wine and hramly frnni inierinr c(.|lars 
diiriiiii the in.iiith .if X.ix.'iiiher w.-re: Win... 1 .44(i.(i"!(l 
gallons; hraiidv, 71.i>.">(l liall.ms. 



^^■|•:I•:TS:— Thi' pnhlicalion hy this jniiriial nf the nlli- 

;iires nf prndnctinii of th.. swi.|.t wines for the 

nmntli nf (t.tnlier, her.. will., slmidd l.nd m siillVn tli.. 

inarki.|. as th..]-.. was a i r..|m.ndnn>. falling nil' as compared 

with till' sanii' innniji nf 1!((I4. This x.ar's nntpni fo.. ih(. 

iinaith was 4,7(1.s.!h;|.(;.", i:;i11oiis. as compared in (;,:;(;.">.- -V. P. llolalinsi &(".... are l.ii.sy as the Iradili.mal "hii.!] 

~>-2r).M; j-all.nis in the similar i.erind nf last y.ar. I'nr dnu"" th.'se ihiys. IJiisin.ss has in.prnv..d stea.lily tlir.nijih- 

fnrtlu-r .-..luparison it may he stat.'d that .lurini; Sei.t..m- ,„„ ,i„. ,„„i,th, niakiii-; N.iveinher on.' ..f the h.'st in the 

her and Oetolier of 11JU4 ihc. i.r.idiiclion totaled !l.lM l..")(i7.:>(« i m i • • <■ n • . ai t 

,,,.,,, ' r.'.-.ii'd. 1 ra.le is n.iw in full swmi; and .Manager I om 

iiallons. while tile tiiiuns lni the same months of I'.Mir. w.'i'e 

L' ...,- i,-,^ o- .11 ..'. rpi • 1- . . . 1 J. 11- .V • Kirkpali i.k i.rc.licls that th.' .•.nninu winter mniiihs will 

>.__i.l()O.Si jialloiis. lliis imli.-ales a total falliiii; oil in ' ' 

...nti-ut of about one million uallnns fnr th.. i wn ninnihs. I"'"^"" '" '"' ^'''^ ="'''^''' '"' ''"' "'"'' =""' '''I'""' I":"!''- H'' 

The market is steaily al ruliiiL; iniccs of 111., past, of th.' Ijnds the .■ondiiiniis warrant such an optimistic view of 

October ]ir.iiluct lM24.i:$r>.:^l j;allni.s w.'re i.nrt and 1.77!l.- the situat inn. "Old Kirk" is still lirnwinu in .leinami at 

7:?S.!IS nallous sherry. a ycrv satisfactorv rale. 



PACIFIC WINK WD vSPIRIT RFAMEW. 

EXPERiriENTAL STATIONS I)OIN(j \ALUABIJi WORK. 



PI:(HI;SS(»U «;i:t>. C. IHS.MANN, Niri.ulniral i:.\ .liim pUMliiriiiy or viiiif»-ra tv|n- i^ 

pill ill • liai :;(■ <if ihr ( 'Mlifwiiiiii i\|h riiiii-iiliil sla- in llicsc i-\|>i-riiiH-iil:il vini-vanlH. M 

linns, ftiiiii ihi- I ><|iiMiiiiciit (if A;.'rii'iilliii-<- of Wash- ii Immoiiic luirssan In iiiii<Miiirf I. In- 

iii;;tiiii, l>. ('., ilrparlrtl for tin- Capiiol ilit- lath-r |iarl of ncaiinn tif m-w vin-iciv lines in ;:■. :•>■ 

the intdiili afli'i an anliious siiiniiH-i's wiiik. I'lioi- i<i his viilc cxri-Mrnl faiililifs for mi ilnin;;. \ ir 

<h|»ariiirr I'lofissor lliisniaun paiil a visit lo (hi- l{KVii:\v si-rv Ifsls of all irsisiani and ilinn t |.i ■•?. 

anil iitivr niiirh valiialilr infoinialion ri';.Miilin;i work thai will Im- tiiiili-r wa.v this lomiii'; s«-aM)n l«» |iro>i- iIh- n-iaiivi- 

has ihiis far Imcii a« roni|ilishiil. In s|Hakiii;; of il pi-ra romnicrcial valiir of iht-rM- slocks for vint-vanl |iiir|NKM'M. 

tioiis in the fxpcriiiuiilal stations ainl iln- |>io"riss inaih- ..'m. , .1 i; i . . . r _• . 1 ■ 1 .. 

. ' ' " " I he cstalilishincni of an <-x N-nnM'nliil vin»-\ar»i <in 

at Ihistinif I'lofissor iisinaiin s;iiil: i.i . i. . 1 1 :i . . w?. 1 . ■ • 1 1 •■ 

lilark ailoiN- soil mar Mim-kIom im iimliT coiiHiilfnition uk 

•Till' work oiitliiMi! last spriii;;. rt-^ianlinj: m-w |»lant- wi-ll as an aiiilitioiial viurynn! in the fiMiihill nttiniiK of 

in;;s at thr various viin-varils ami tin- jiiafliii;: ti-sts which the Sarraim-nio Vallcv. 

w.iv tii.iv to I,,, put in rtT.rl. i.rov.-.l n-markal.lv smr.ss- .. ^, ,,,.,.^„„ svshM.ialir rlu^-kM of Innliiiu nilHin ami .Irv- 

fill, n'siiliin;: 11. not onlv a a I stan.l l.nt tin- ;;rafts sm- j,,^, „,„,,„. ...ri.^ti.-s. also |..«,|inK ll.^hv ^.rlx for ^• 

'•"'•'''"' '"•> ' «'M"«'="i-". That is of pan il . liar int.n.st ,,„,,,„^,.„ I,,,,,. ,„.,.„ „,,,r„.,, „,„, „,,. ,„„,,.r ^„„,, 

hy n-ason of tin- fa.-t of thr har.l yiar. Thr work has now j.^,^. ,,,,i,.,i,s |,„.,.h inns.at ami n..is,ai..|l.. fan, 

iva.hi.l 11... sta^.. v.lu.n wr want tl... hrartv looprration j„ ,-,,j^ ,5^, „f ^,,,,^1,;.^ , ,)„., ,|,.. . ..mlilions of x 

"^ "'•'-'""• •"•' f <'i«lif"n.ia who an- intiivst.-.! i„ viti- ,,,„si,i..,,,|.|v mon. favorahl.- than I anti. i,«ii...| ar 

niltnrr. Thr various stations aiv, at thi- farlh.-st. only .,.,„„„ „f ,,,;. ,.x,,,.„„.,,. ,„,.,,i,i.,„„ „,,„li.-r in th. 

about a .lay's jo.irmy apart, ami w,. want vimyar.l im-n ^,..,^„„ ,,„. ,.,.„,, ^^.j,, „„ ,,„„,„ ,,^„,.,. i,,^^,.^ „,„„ ^^^ „,^, 

to visit thin, ami s.v what wv an- .loin- Th.y will ...r- ,.s,i,„.„,,,i. nn.l in nianv s...ti..ns un.|m-s. al.lv im.n- uH 

laii.ly -.t full vain.- for th.-ir liim- ami mom.y. At tlw ,..,^,, „j|, ,„. ,,.^,,i^..,, ,•,,„„ ,„„, ..x,.,.pti..iuillv liniw rroi» 

Oakvilh' anil I'r.-siio stations, wliirh wi-n- th.- lirst .-stall- i,,.cn tin' rule 
lislicl, v.ry .'Xt.Misivf jjraflin;; t.-sts were iiiail.- last s|>riii;:. 

At th.' Oakvilh- vimyar.l tw.-n(y l.-a.lin-r whit.- ami r.-il "I" H'^ plant iii-js of vini-yanls alrcn.Iy nia.lf 11111I ron- 

wine vari.-ti.'s .•omm.i.ially <:rowii in California, w.-r.- put Lmplal.-.l for tin- .■oiiiin;; M-umtu it apiH-arx tliat mmwI "f 

in on systi'iiiatii- -iia ft iiij; .lurks, mi soim. of tin- Irailiii- 'I""' "'" •«' "" ii"iii-fsiH«aiii st.H-k. Thi»< |K.li«-y in «lli»- 

:in.l iiMir.-p-ii.'rally .•ultivat..l resistant storks, whiili will. <""••>>* i" «hi.li phylLixi-rji is km.wn i.> exisl is !•• U' n- 

.luring th.- .•..inin-; season, olT.r exe.-lleiil opportunity for .i;i-.-nt-.l. H.-r.tofor.- p.-ople wi-n- not to Ik- hlaine*! Unanw- 

stu.lv. i<'iil |»ra.li.iil sysL-niali.- data on ihi* a.lajit ■'•'•■ • ■ ' re 

, , . ...... sistant vari.-li.-s t.> viiievar.1 soils of lii.- S- ••! 

"In .arrxiii'' .ui tins.- inv.-sti<iations it is ih.- nu.iiii.ui ,.,,,, '• . ■ • ■ . 

, , , • , '^ . I , .ihlainahle. lull Iln* .•xiM-riiiirntal vim-vainis ''V 

.if the I >ep:irtni.-ni not onlv t.» as.-.-rtain the lu-tl.-r .on- , , .,.■.. 1 . 1 

. ,. ,' , ", . ., . , Iln- D.partni.-nt .»f AurieiilHire nave r.-atii' _•<• 

i;.-iiialitv lietw.-en stocks ami viinfera van. ti.'s 1. 1 li.> "raft- , , , • . • 1 • -i 1 , 

,. , ■• , , . I . wh.-i.- .lata .if that naturi' IS lMH-«iinin};iivailal.i. ■ i:;ii> ..i..iiK 

.-.I on th.lii. lilit al.so to timl .m wlll.h of these lu-st , ,11 ■ 1..1. 1 1. . ..:„:. . 

... ..,..., ami maiiv iis«-fiil li-ss^ms nui In- oltiiiinetl iiy 11 vimt i«i 

.iiianlitv as well as iiiialilv is pro.liie.-.l. K.-snh-s th.-s.> 

■| I- I I 1 "• • • • . 1 III. '111. 

tw.-ntv l.ailiiii: ml ami whit.- varieli.s, at least .111.- hiiii- 

.lr.-.l ami fifty a.l.lilimial vari.-li.-s hav,- li.-.n ^'laft.-.l on -This .•..niin^ wint.-r «•• will inakv •liKlrilMttioii- of ,mi». 

r.sisiant st.Kk ami ar.- iiml.-r stu.ly. It is th.-s.- tw.. vim- iiii;;s .if vinif.-i-a an.l r.-sislanl varieii.-«. < 

.\ar.ls w,- w.iiil.l lik.- t.. hav.- pani. ular att.'iiti..n .alh-il to 'h'siiv to try s.. f ih.-s.- ami make I.M-al ; 

an. I hav.- th.- piihli.- visit, t'onipl.-l.- lists of ;;raftin;:s ami si"' "I'l . onimiini. at.- with m.- at ..n.-e. 

planis will lie f.inn.l with tin- siipi-rint.-ml.-nts of th.-se as »,\ luill.-tin will .hinmi Ih- issued M'ttin- foiih \,iii>iieM 

w.-ll as tli<- .ith.-r vineyar.ls. ami ih.-s4* ar.- at th.- service of planti-d ami ^rafi.-.! in all eX|N-riiiieiiial Ii 

visit. irs at all times. f.irnia. This will Im- for p'»«-i ii •li-ti 

"I'lanlinys nia.l.- at th.- six small ouilyin>; vimyai.ls pr.par.-.l -n niv return to W 

hav.- .I.im- i-.-niarkal.lv w.-ll. At < •u.am..ii;;a vin.-vards w.- spring: It will Ih- v.-ry vain;.' 

will have aliont tw.." liumlr,-.l vinif.-ra vari.-ti.-s this fall, "f H.- «"rk will In- .i.v..r.-.l l.y siiel, l.iillHiiiN wlilrl, «ill I-- 

many iM-inj; .lin. 1 im|M.riati..iis fr.un fin-.-i^-n .-.niniri.-s ami issii.-tl from liiiH' t.. itn..- 
oth.-rs that hav.- mil In-.h pn-vi.uisly tri.-.l in California. 
Tlicse varii-ties an- iM-iii-; t.-ste*I to asc.-rtain whi.h is Im-sI 

suited f.r .h-sert .•..n.lili..ns ami ..n a. .•..iinl ..f th.- |h-. iiliar -L V Mnrmwy. pn-Hi.l.nt of ih.- .I,---.- .\|.-.n^ limit « ..iu 

i-ondition pr.-vailin;: in that s«-cti.tii whi.h i-nalil.-s iis t.» pany, t<-iiirmi| fn in a 1 wo m •' • ■' ' - '«.• 

•;• t vims int. I fruiting stay.- in tlirei- years' time, many interest of th<- fa iiioiin .lesw M ■* 

new vari.ti.-s hav.- Im <-n planl.-d to tist tin- in«-rit for oth.-r .„.,,.„,„), i,,„ ,|„. jnurm \ 

M,-,ti..ns as w.-ll. heha.ltliemi«f..rtiinei..i 

••.M th.- (hi... plant intr.Mlm ii..n ;;ar.I.n arran-^.-m.-nls ^.j||,. „„,| ,|„. r,^„n „„„„ nu 

have iM.-n ma.li- to start plantin;;s in a varii-tal .•oll.-.ti.in ,, , , 

vin.-vanl, it iM-in^ intemled t.. as««-ml>li- and k.-i-p r.pn- « .' .• 

...... .1 '• I'mi-lM •lier' 

s4-nlative plants ..f all such vanelii-s as prove to lia*e 

tqMM-iiil merit for any K|Miille piir|Miw>. wlietli.-r n-si»*tant. »nU the Itouh. i^. .»^ ever. ^-.—I 



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10 PACIl-IC WINE AND SPIRIT REVIEW 

Health Board Still Sandbagging California Wines. 



I\ ivfrlvnr,. I.. Ihr iv.rl.llv |.lll.lisli,Ml ivpnlls .,f wi.ir w itulllsl.v, :l t;Ml whi.li is flvrlv ivutilii/...! I..V llir 

I Miiiilvsis l..\ 111- |{..iini o( lli-iilili «( ilir <'ii,v liiiir.l Siiilrsiiiiilioriiicsiii 111.- l>i-i>intiiifiil ..t Ai;Ti(iiltiiiv 

of Si.M KniiMis'r... s...iir of ilir liiiu-si r..iir.i-ns .l.^iliii- in at W iisliJM-lnn. i.iHl it liiis, 1 l.civf.nr, n-ihiiiiM-.l l<.i- tiw In.;.! 

Ci.lifnnii:. winrs. iilllnM,;;!. snl.j.Tlr.l l- ilu' innsi ri-i.l a {..ar.l u( II.mIIIi, iil.lv s.Mn...l..l hy lli.> S:in Fraiinsco iiews- 

n.i.limi.Mis inv.siiiiniion will. :in :i|.|Mivm .a-.'.TM.'ss on paiu-rs, l(. Iktoiiu- (li.- rl.i.-f .Irlni.lor ..f (•iilif..n.ia winos. 

Ilic pari of ilif anilit. lilies I., involve Hum, liavc ilms far 

..s.a,.Mi ..n.an,hn,..u. in wl.a, app.a.s ''''''■ '\'^:-]^':''';^;; Ran|, Injustice of the Health Board. 

i-ampaimi dI licsnmrlnnciii of a Ira.linii < alifoniia iiuiiis- ^ •> 

,n. T1..T- is M.. d-al.T in ralifnrnia wim-s win. .lues nut , ^^^^^ ,,„„.,; „, „,,. ,,.,^„.,, .„. ,,.,.,„, .,f san 

liv.. in .lail.v iMTu,- uf sun,.- faU.-.l samp winr Ih-uiu ,1u,' | ,,,.^_,,, .^,.^, ...mr.Tninj; llu- alta.ks ..f llial l.u.ly on tli. 

m. fn.n, son,., ol.s.-niv .-onuT an.l w,il, no aiu.npt what- ,,.,,,, ,,^ ,v,lif..vnia wines has h.-en .•.■••.•ive.l from the 

..V.T at .•on-..hoi-ali..n ..f Ms a l-,nl o,„n,. ='.''•■;>"';;';' ^ ,„., Sonon.a Wine Company, per the manager, L. 

th.-ir eellais an.l piiMish.'.l in l.'a.l.-.l ivpe as AI>1 LI KK- ' ^ 

ATK1>. th.Miuh 111.' fact is w.'ll kimwn h. ih.. anihorili.'s -"t^''"^- , ., ,, 

,h., all of II,.' la.-,.' .I.'alei-s in .•.lifn.'nia wine maintain '>': l>. /'. h'"!,n.. ILulth i>llnn; i W,/ nf San !■ nn.r.sm. 

th.ir.>iii:lily .(inipiM'd tesiinii lah.iiat.ni.'s. with (he most ex- I)i:ai! Silt: 

perieini'.l (■ln'n,isis. ami thai no wine enters or h-av.'s tlieir In the seveiill, r.'port ma.1.- l.y your City Cheni- 

estahlishin.'iils nniil it has l.ien il,iirn,ml,ly testetl for isi on iii-y \\ ini's as on tile !,, yom- ollire and as part ly puli- 

j,„rity. lishe.l ii, this i,,orniii-"s paper, it is stat.'.l that one of our 

It is a remaikalile eoin.iilence that while assault after wines, No. 7:'. Saut.-rn.'. contains an excess of sul])hur.ius 

assault is heini; ina.le. where i»airi.,tism I.) Ihe State of acid, total amount of:!i;t m. ji. jicr liter. Heptu't ])ertainin, 

California and .me .>f its i;real indnstri.'s miLd,t counsel to this item reads: "(if the samitles examined, nine were 

forhearaiic.'. cerlain .ither hi.al interests very vulnerable found to he preserved with salicylic acid, twt) with benzoic 

to such crilicisms are imimiiie fmni attack, but jierhaps, a. id, and I wn with an excessive annMint of sulphites." 

like the boy who was hapjiy in his selecthui of a father. A .asuaj rea.ler .if this sentence must be led to Hie con- 

tlu'V are f.U'lunate ifi their selection .if an advocate. Th." .Insi.m that th.' siil]>hurous acid c.uitained in fhe wine has 

last report .'f th.- H.iard .if Health .m wines it joyously been added to Ihe same with i he same purp.ise as the .itlier 

heralds as the s' c ;///(. an.l i,,iu-e will ]ir.ibably foll.iw. It ini:redients, such as sali.yli.- aci.i and benzoic a. id men 

is an un.|ueslione(l fact that this conslanl and reiterated ti.iued above, while as a n, alter .if fact the existence of .sul- 

jiublicity uiven i.i isolateil cases of intent ioiial or aicidcutal iihurous acid cann.it b.' jireveiited, havinj>- been creatod in 

impurities in win.'s. industriously hunted f.u- with a tine th.' w ine in ..lurse of haiidlinu and aiiini; the same, 

to.ith comb, and when I'.uind circiilali.l all .iver tlie rnite.l Tlie standar.l for Ihe .|uaiitity of sul])liurous acid per- 

States. is d.iinu the whole win.' iiidiislry .if California in- missible in wines as established by the French (ioverniuent 

calculable damai:.', an.l it is surprisiui; that the H.iard of is 3To in. .::;. per liter and in some wine as lii<;h as 40t) m. '^. 

Health have not yet ha.l their eyes .ipeiied to the fact that jier liter. It should stand to reason tliatin a country where 

by their a.tions iliey are tiiinly cunincinii the iieoyde .if the wine industry has been existinji for the last thousand 

the rnii.'d Stat.'s that a. lull. 'ration in California wines years the (iovernment knows its business thoroufilily in 

is the i;.'ner;il jiraciice instea.l .if a very infre.pieiit .iccur- connect ion with exercisinii the in'o]ier sanitary control over 

i-ence. the same. Uiil youi- chemist .Iocs not hesitate to jeopardize 

The triilh iif the ii,ailir, howi'Ve,-, is that in no industry tin' re]iulation of a tii'ii, kn.iwn for the jiurity of its output 

an.l in no .•.luniiy is ihe ]ii,riiy of ihe pimJiHl more jeal- by allowiui;- its name to appeal- in ]ii-int as handling- an 

oiislv iiiiar.h'.l bv the ilisiiil.nieis than in the California article alleged aduitei-ated on ac.-nnnl of the existence of a 



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-To-Ralon Wines -< 



FROM THE FAIVIOUS OLD H. W CRABB TO-KALON VINEYARDS 
AT OAKVILLE, NAPA COUNTY, CALIFORN,A, AND THE ONLY 
GENU,NE -TO-KALON'- W,NES ARE THOSE SOLD BY US 

TO-KALON WINES bottled at our Cellars in OaRville. Pure -Wines of tKe HigKest Grade, 
in case lots to suit, also in bulK. Heavy Wines for Blending a Specialty. 



V1NEYARD.S: ^^ ,^ Officc, NAPA, CAL. 

E.. -W. CHURCHILL, Manager 



V1NEYARD.S: ^ ^ 

OaKville, Napa Co., Cal. *» *» 



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TO-KALON VINEYARD COMPANY ■ < 

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PACIFIC WINE AND SPIRIT REVIEW. 



iiiMcsswirv iii;;it<liiiii in iln- wiiu- It-ss in i|uaiili(y lluin otlu-r 
4u\<-riiiiifitis liii\i- |M'ntiini<l to Ik* fniiiitl in iIm> wines nf 
ilic^ir ciMinirv. 

Tin- lilni'piint ifpiiii nn lilt- in lln- aniil.vsis slmw n (Ihiimmi 
iinili T no lifiiilin;; shows a slat* until as to tin- iHTrcnta};f 
if tills i-oiisiiiin'iil of tin- will!', imr docs thcsann- a|»|»rar 
in tin- last colnniti. wliirli is Ix-atlol "( 'olnrin;; niattci* ami 
l»n'Sfivativcs." 

Still in liis Icttrp to voii In- ricarlv cxpi'i-sscs that tin* sul 
|iliiii'<iiis arid in tlicwiiMMonn's uikIit the hcadin;; of pn'srr- 
xativrsand whirli a(Tordin;:ly would In- contrai-y to law. 

Ill jiistirt' to oursi'lvi's and kiimviii;; full well that wt- an- 
lo In- ^ivm fair tn-atiin-nf hy your hoard, I rc(|Ui"sl from 
your ppod self a tliorou-ih invest i-xat ion, and, if the stand 
point we have taken is eiu'n et, a refutation of ijie rhiir;;es 
as iln-y appear in your chemist's rejtori. 
Yours resjieet fully, 
NAI'A AND SONOMA WINK COMPANY. 

I.. .T(M-Ki:it.s. .Mana;_'er. 

' ity, Noveialier J 7. 

In t'oiinertioii with the i"mi;iiiMi:. «c woidd call to the 
attention of the Knowlt-AII Hoard of Health, Decision 
No. i:{, of the Mureau of ("heniistry. of the Department 
of .Vi^riculfure, \'. S. .\., handed ilown Jum- 1. 1!K).">, and 
si^mil hy H. W. Wilev, Chief. — Editor Review. 

(F. I. D. i:i. I 

l'i;« \ IsioN.M. STANDAIIDS I'ol! Tlli: I.I.MIT ol" 

- I l.l'llll.'fHS ACID IN I.MPoi;Ti:i> WINIIS. 

.\|;inii 1. 1 :•(•.". 
The ie<:ulaiions in i'c;;ard to ilu- amount of sulphurous 
acid permi.ssilile in imjiorted wines, as prescrihed in Cir- 
cular No. 1?< ( l\ 1. D. No. 4 I were lia.seil upon the i'e;;ula- 
lions adopted hy the consulting coniniitlee of Iiy<;iene of (he 
Seine. Since the piildiciition of these re^'ulalioiis the ipian- 
tily <if sulphurons acid in wines has hceii the snhject of 
another invest i;;at ion hy an oHicial l''rencli commiiiee with 
the result that the inaxiniiini limit of sulphurous acid in 
w ines in I'raiice has Im-cu increased to |lll> milli<:rams of t<»- 
lal acid |ier liter, with ji toleration of HI per cent. 

It appears, therefore, that whereas the I'rench lioverii- 
inent .siinctions the presence of sulphurous acid in wines 



to Ilu* exti'iii of 4111 iiiillii:riiiiix, ilif itoiiril 
San I'rancis4-o damns w \^ 
<|uaiitity and liraihU ili< 
"adulti-ralor." 



Th. 



:t(f« of the Hn;in! .in- ii>itJiiti'_' h v^ tluui mn' 



MoHi ceriaini\, n'pnialile hou'-' A 

and injured in their husineHK . i 

\iiled to an a«le«|uaie awnni forihiin. 

Who will In* the first to hrinf; Im^ reiii:irkaiii\ inane 
Ii«m|_\ lo its sens«*s'.' 

Iraduc'jr.s of Our \\ iiic.s Well Aii.snn crcd. 

I'At IKK- Win, vm. .->,,,.,, Kr.ii». \\i-:\^ <'— \\\' 

have iiotii-ed today an article in ditTerciit p. -1 
inu the impurities in wiiie.s. also menlioi:' 
In justice to oursi-lves wf wish toj<tate 

hold of this husiiiess in IS.'^il anil siH-re«ih'<i mi i m- inri., 
we have never adulterateil a gallon of wine or \\*v<\ nny 

antis4']>lic whatsoever. We have ;it ' ' '\.-»« 

on the ahsolute purity of our w ine- A\ 

to .sjiy that wo are perfiMtly willin*; .n ;iii m lit 

the I'loard of Health to <;o tliront:li our cellar- ne 

every ;j;allon of wine, and furihernmre nr 

cellars .some luontlis a};o and wf j^avc ti ill 
the wines they askiil for rijiht out of in.- i;i-k i ih-ho 

wines ihey nndouhte«lly have annlrxi'd loni; lN-fon> thin 
and had they found them ndultenili'tl wc pmhnblv would 
have heard of it. 

Some si.\ or ei;:ht miuiths ajro we i"*!!!!' hi- 

try for a \v\\ puncheonn of Sauterne 'ir 

re<;ular w ines and the only way we can d 
in;; of a trace of wilicylic a<i<l is ihr«i 
and which was undiaihteilly' |iul in hy the i 
The <|iiantily. however, was ahs<iluiely si» i 
small that it is hanily worth lufntionin;:. 
wine whii-h they ohtatneil from om "f ..ni 

the city was evidently <if thin lot. S ill 

to ki-^-p ill a clear condition unh-j* •■•I. 

cons4'4piently in ortler to <il»viate p •''► 

ahly us*-.! a small ipiantity of mill. '-r 
mi-ntation and to ke«'p the wino rltmr. 




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rik' Uartoii X'iiK'W'inl To., I/i 



C,ruwer> and HwUllers i>! 



Till: l-.\\l()l> lUKTUN \\lMi> .\.\1' DK.WI'll"^ 

X'incvanls and Ccllnr- r.-.^n... Calif"r.n.i 



( iiiCAi;o Ai;«xT 

BVRON K VBATCII 



W M V 

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It is a sliaiiH' llial n-itaiii papt'is will ilciilii raU-i v cii 
ilcavor to iiijiirt- an inilusir.v wliirli rrprrsriils over .^T."),- 
(Mill.iKMl. Iiv siiiii |iiicrilc slalciiiciiis. Ildwi-vcr we w isli 
III rt'ilrratc a^'aiii ami back up <nir assertions Itv a sworn 
slalfiiiciit that Wf have never \ise(l an.v antiseptic or i)re- 
servative in oiir wines since we have Ween in the linsiness 
ami to show von how i)ai-(iiiilai- we are w liei>. "'iMkinji !• <'<"i- 
tfa<-t foraiiv wines we insei-t the I'ollow iiiu notice in ever;, 
contfaci : 

"This wine ninsi lie jjiiafanlei .1 to contain no salicvlic 
acid or antiseptic of an.v kiinl." 

llopinii von will luililish the ahove facts in \ imlication 
of this coinpanv, we remain. 

\'i-v\ inil\ voiirs. 

('. M. .Mann <'i>... 

Per <'. .M. Mann. I'res. 

San I'rancisco, Nov. 17. I ".id.".. 



Latest Pure Food Regulations. 

IN resi.onse t(i the pfoK'si of a firm nl iminMiers wlm 
clainn-<l iininnnit.v fiom ihe rciiulat ions of ilic Inhiiial 
IJeveiine I >e]>ait ineiit. on the i;i'onnil that the ijoods iiu- 
porte.1 were to uit into consnmiilion on oiilji()in<;- shi])S. the 
IJnrean of Cheniistiv of the I (cpaiinient of Ai;ricnltnr(- 
has the followiiii; to say : 

••If a food i)rodin-t he re.uularly olVered for importation 
into the Tnited Slates the snlisiMnient use to which it niav 
lie jint is not a matter which can allVci in any way the du- 
ties of the inspect in. ii otliceis. It is not the duty of these 
olTicers to follow the food into c(Uis\im]it ion nor to see what 
hecomes of it after it is delivered to the consignee. The 
duty of these otliceis is to see that llie food al Ihe time of 
inspection conforms to the proivisions of I lie law. liial il 
has had no injuritms suhstaiuc added to it, that it is in a 
state lit for consuin]»lion, that it is proju-rly lalu'led. and 
that it is not <d' a character forliidden sale or restricted in 
sale in the country where it is made or from whii-h it is 
exported. If the foods in ipiestion <-oid'(U-m to these jtro 
visions of the law. they are permitted to he delivered to the 
ccnsiunee. The juirpose of the c<uisii:iu'e in secnrinij the 
iioods and the disposit ion which he makes of lh(>m aftt'f 
ihey are secured ill. not apj.ear to lia\e any liearini; upon 
the sldi.jicl of the ilispcclion itself. Ill the i>resent case 
it is declared thai ihe i:cnds arc iiilciidcd lo he sold to out- 
iioini: sliaiiishi]is. .\i iln- lime of sailing these steamships 
are siilijcci III the laws of ilie rnileil Slates. The ]irovisioii- 
ini;- of ihise ships is made under llie laws of the riiiled 
states with aiiiclis of fund |.ri.iluii'il in or iniiiorted into 
the rnileil Slates." 



Food Inspection Decision 31 — Labels on De= 
tachable Wrappers. 



IX the exaiiiiiiai inn of certain iin|ioiieil ^nods to ascertain 
whether llie n i|uirements of 1". 1. I ». IT. of April •_'!. 
1!I0.~). have In en '•■ inplied with, instancis lia\(' lieen found 
where wrajijiers on \\ Inch a part id' Ihe lahel only is ](rinleil 
are use<l with jiackauis, ami ihe declarations rei|uired in 
the i)rinci])al lahel i in conformity with the decision re 
ferrcd to and other decisions i are omiiieil. Inspector.s of 
■ni])orte(l fond products will lie instructed to regard a 
]tackaii(' as luishramhd if a wrap|.er is ]»Iaced o\-er the 
lahel altached to the package and the slalemeiits on said 



wiapjier omit any of the declarations reipiiied on the 
principal lahel. 

.\n illnstialion of this nilin;: is foiiml in the e.xaminai i<ui 
of a rccenl i in port at ion mi the piimi|fal label of w liicli ii is 
staled that salicylic acid was used in llie |ireparal ion 
of the sample. The packajic is indo.sed in a wrajiper on 
which is found a pari of the lahel, namely, the name of tin 
substance lojfcther with Ihe name of the mannfactiirei 
but no stateim nt of the fait that .salicylic a<i(l was used in 
its pi-ei.aratiini. Inasmuch as these packa;:es may be sold 
without the removal of the wrajiper. the w i-appers would 
not in their present form convex- the necessar.x infoinial ion 
to the jiurchaser and consumer. 

Th(> provisions of this decision will be eiiloiccd on and 
after January I. I'.MM.. 

.\pproveil: 

■Iam i:s \\'ii,s(i.\. 

Sicnlini/ iif Ai/iiriill itn'. 

W ASIIINCIII.X. 1>. ('., Orhilifi- I), nil).',. 



The r nil 111 Stales I'idelity and (Jnaranty Co.. represent - 
111 on this I nasi by .Messrs. Ilorlaiid, JJobertson & dohns, 
('iiissley liuililinii. Ibis cil\, is handlinfi a hij;hly satisfac- 
tory volume of bnsiin-ss these days. The company makes 
a s|ii(ialty of all internal revenue ami cnsfoins bonds re- 
(piired by the (iovernineni fn.ni distillers, brewers and 
cifiar inanufacttirers, and is acce]ited as sole surety there- 
for. The coin]iany has a ca]iital of .ij^l.TtMl.dtM) and a re- 
serx'e and surplus of *1, f_'S,.~4ti.!tS. Those reipiii'iiiL; bonds 
of this class will liiid il to their interest in consult this 
coiii|iauy. 



E. C. Priber. President 
L. JOCKERS, SeCRETANT 



Dapa and Sonoma 

mine £ontpany 



.vwm/^,. 




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OFFICE AND SALESROOM 

Howard and Tenth Streets 

Telephone South 792 
San Rrancisco, California 



IWCII'IC WINE AND SPIRIT RHVII'.W 



1.; 




Since placed upon the market, there is 
not a single Beer luhosc trade upon this 
Coast has increased as rapidly as 



WINDER BEER 



THE OUTPUT HAS TRIPLED IN THE LAST THREE YEARS 
AND IS STILL INCREASING AT THE SAME RATIO 

THE IjEASONS ARE PLAIN: 

The production of a California product which docs not need an Eastern repu- 
tation, which is placed upon the market side by side with any beer made upon 
it J merits, and at a Io;aI price. Absolute cleanliness, purity and age, and the 
latest scientiiic methods in brewing have made it the Finest in the Land. 



KuiC£» nr Ui^ttles NN'rito to 



WINDER BREWING COMPANY 



San I- r«inci**fc;<), t;<il. 




World's Wine Protluction. 

rniisul ISartliMiiiiii i»f Sivilli- si-ihIs csliinatcs t>{ llir 
woilil's wiiir |irii<liirliiiii fur Itiuri, i:ik)*n frmn ili<- ICi-n ii<- 
\'iiiirii|f, as fiilliiws: 

llctlnJitlTs. 

rranr.-, iiirlinliiiu Alui.is an*! Tunis. .7-J.n(KMMI0 



1 1 l'a\.-. to Advcrti.Nc-. 



Ilal.v 

Spain , 

Kiissia 

ItiMiinania 

riiii,. 

rnilol Slatrs . . . . 
(fi-rniaiiy ........ 

Itiil;:aria 

I'<irtiii;al 

.\Mslria 

Tnikf.v ami < 'vprn 

.\rj;riiiiiia 

I'l-ni 

S\vil7.«'rlaiiil 



.;{s.-ju(i.uit(i 

. L'N.T.'iO.IMMI 
. S.ridOJMHI 
. S. HMI.IMH) 
. •J.KMl.tHMI 

. •_'.:;ou,(Mio 

•_M.MMI.UUO 
.'.HKI.UUU 
J.IUO.UUII 
l.'.IOU.UUII 

l.!tuu.uuu 

l.t'iUU.UUU 
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l.-juu.uuu 

1 llHI (lull 



Total .iini.l.'iU.uuu 

•( Tlif lnHtiililcr i-«|uals •_*r..4lT i;:ill..i.>. ii.;iLiii- ilii' lulni 
pin.ln.linn J.«i«il."JNO,-_'.".ll yallnns. 



TIIK vaiiK- of aiiviTtiNiii^ jh hIhiwii in (lie 
r<-s|Hiiis4-s r»friv«'«| Uy Tin* raliforiiin l*r..>>. 
iiii(lc«' to tlif noticf priiititl in iIun nn«l 
iiirnn;;li<int iIm> Siali-, asking tlinl r<-M->- ' 
of Kastt-ni frirnils to llii- I'mniniion • 
thai liiiTaliirr n-lalin;: In « ';ii. '•.••.■ > 
Wiiliin iwn wifks afirr lln- 
l'n>ni<>i ion < 'oinniil l«f n-i'i'i* ■ 
wnt t" tin- «il«lr«'Hs«'s >i\\cu ! 

Htsawailiii}; llif Kahli-nn-n* »! 

i-n Sialf. 

It iti in ai-lion of ihiH kin<l 
ran aK)«iHl Tin* Calirornia I 
uns«-lliNli work of linihliiic up ili. ^ 
lialiitaniK Kv«t\ |MTt«in in *'iti< 
in the KaHt. an*! if lli<- nmv- 
l'r«>ni<iiion <'oiiMii)ti«<-. ilmt 
iiM ti|ijii-t ilti- ' 
into I ••rn'«*|»<'i 
intlnri' llifni lo •••im t' 

It is l>..iM,l 1I...1 ..n • -"I ''1'^ -iri. 

ni< ' 

ftirii .. 
Siin Fm 



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14 



PACIFIC WINK AND SPIRIT RHVIKW. 



v'i'«'i-'S'?V'V'^'V''S''i'S'i''i?S'?'-S'S'i*'V'S'^^^^^ .M;iiiil\ sliuwiiij; a iiiiilrriiil iiiciciist' over the saiui' jn'riod 

» ..,,,< ^ « § liisi Mill'. Tin- iiiaikcl is St rnii^i, the fiiily except idiis liciiiu 



•C- I'll- Inaiiils. cilhcr iimI wfll ilislriltiilet] or advi-rdscil. 
in 



New York Correspondence. 

"" ' I'.craiisr s|»irits liavc lictii advaiHcd and the price imw 

EKlTt.i! Iil.viliw : As ilic davs •;iu\\ sliorliT and colder, is i cniiiiii lal ivi'. Iliere is cuiisideraldc laik nf new distil 

JMisiiHss li.rtiiiii-s Itrisker. and llii' liupes of the trade, h-rii s. .Must i.f ihr •Tniiversalion" will prolialtly die 

f<«i- a ;iii(i(| fall and winter seem In lie in a fair way i)f lie- "a liDrnin^'." Iml at least nne new Immisc inav resnlt. several 

iiijiiin;; realized. It was a very dnil siiiuiaer. didler than rather likily nperalnrs haviiiji lieennic inlercsled in ilie 

usual, and niiw that the lelliar;;y has licrii shaken (ilV, e\i- prtipusil inn. Ii would seem thiMii:ii iliai il iniuhl Im- a 

deuces nf in«iie ciinii-ni ineiii and salisl'aclion are apiiannl lailu-r diil>iniis eiiter|iiise tn enter a Held ainady so well 

nn all sides. necllpied. 



Locally, there is a inarketl iniind\ enieiil, although so I'ire. which started on the ni.uht of the lllth (Siindayl, 
far. it is snniewhat spasnmdic. |"nr a week or so, it seemed j,, u,,. Oveiholi Distillery, near < "onnellsville. Pa., resulted 
ahintst like a Imom, lint it simmered down consideralily, in a hiss of o\cf a million dollars. The main warehouse, 
idthoiiyh it still is ipiite satisfactory with nuist houses. j,, xvhich wiic stored alionl IS. 0011 liarrels of whisky, was 
-On the road." p:irt icidarly from the Middle West, travel- inially destroved. Imi the distillery prnjer was not liadly 
liiii: nieii are Miidiii': in nood orders, and even the South, ,|:imaueil. .Mnsl of the whisky w.isol i he older inspections, 
which it was teared would sutler from the yellow fever k |,;,s lieen announced thai the waiciiouse will he reliuill 
.scare, is hohliiii; its own. ;,^ soon as wcaliier i-ondiiioiis iiermil. The distillery will 
he closed (low 11 for alioul ten days, until in-w jifain lan lie 

If We dn Mnt ;;et Ion much Iciiislat ioii, w I' should have puicliased. 

a |.lo.>i|ierolls seasnii. ( 'nnnress is snnn In he in sessinll, 

and |.niv fnnd mailers may cast a temiinrary damper over ^ ,-,,,. j,, ,,„. i„iii,iinus nc.upie.l hv the rnnsniidaled 

lis all. If nnt too radical or sweeiiinii in its measures, a ,, .... . ,.. , ,. . ,, • i ■ i^ i 

, ... , , . . , , . ' ,■ , ,. ■ ,, ( aliforma \ im-vard ( omiianv at (ireeiiwich and J)esliros- 

hill nit the sulifct iniiiht iiltimalelv jirnxc a lieiietit all 



arniind, lint il wnnhl innliahly disnijianize matter.s yeiier- 



scs streets, this city, was fnitiinately conlined to the upper 



ally at the start. Afier accustominj; onr.selves to its pro- H" cis occujiied liy other iudnslries. The only damajie siis- 
visioiis, it mi«;hi prove to he of yreat advaiitaiic. This tained liy the "Cousoliilaled" was tbrouyh the deluge of 
would ]iarticularly ajiidy to ihe California wine luisiness, 

as more strinp'iil measures i;oM'rnin.i; this special lirancli ^ 

nf the trade wnuhl re\(ilulinnize the liusiiiess, placiug it 



ni tlie iraile wnitld re\(ilUIlnnize I lie lilisilless, piaciug It ^, 
iipnii iis prnper h.isis, di.s(|ualifyini; much of the vile stulT f 
which passes under the i^uise of ("alifomia wines, and 
stimnlalinu the demaiiil for the real product. 



AccordiiiL; i<i a recent wire from Washiii.ulon, it has 
taken just a year for the iL'overnment to kill the importation 
of adiilterati'd I'reiich wines. I»r. Wiley says that there 
have heeii iio iin]ioiial ions of that kind foi- several niontlis. 
What has lieeii <loiie ill Ihe iiiatter of re.uulat iiig Ihe foreitin 
product, can and slmuld certainly he dniie to protect the 
dninestic wines. 



riinn his reiuni from hairoiie, where lie has lieen "tak- 
ing' notes." |)r, Wiley is reported In lia\c declared that 
nearly all Siuhh whisky was lilended. The New York 
jiapers hecaii.se nf his remark head I heir article nn the 
sulijeit : ■•.\I.ist nf Scntch AVhisky Is .\diiltei-ated," creating 
the iiiipiessifui that il is impure. This cnmes from Dr. 
Wiley's previmis diatrilies iiimii the suhject, and is doing 
a great injustice to slii]ipers of ]iure Mends. The doctor's 
contention that niily that whisky is pure tn which nnthing 
has lieen ad<led, as in the case nf liottled-in-liond whiskies, 
overlooks the fact, that lilended whiskies may he just as 
juire. However, il is little wonder the .\gricultural !)(>- 
]tartmeiit reg.irds such matters with snsjiicion. There 
have heeii so inan_\- scandals in that department, it is 
natural for its olVicers to exercise cai-e. "To the ]iure, all 
things are ]>iiir." The deparlmeiit necessarily has its 
iloulits. 



Kye whiskies, ]iarl iciilarly the Marylaiiders, continue 
aclive. Withdrawals are maiiilained in excellent stvle. 



CHAPMAN & WILBERFORCE 



ESTABLISHED 1881 



IMPORTERS AND 
WINE MERCHANTS 



Specialties ? 



VINTAGE CHAMPAGNES 

Pol Roger, J889, J892 and 1893 

St. Marceaux, 1895 and J898 

Cazanove Vin Monarqoe, J 893 

Hankey Bannister, J 895 

Ayala, J898, extra dry and brut, and other Champagnes 

Bouvet-Ladubay Saomor 

Vintage Clarets and Sauternes 

Vintage Hocks and Moselles 

Dawson's Scotch Whiskies 

Coates & Co.'s Original Plymouth Gin 

Brown Forman's Old Forester Boorbon Whiskey, etc. 



123 CALIFORNIA ST R PET ! 

Telephone Main 775 ^ SAN FRANCISCO I 

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PACIFIC WINE AND SPIRIT REVIEW. 15 

w.ilii- in ih.ii- olli.cs ami sliipiiin- (l.partmi-iiis. Tin- mm. nemoriam, J. T. S. liruw n. 

|(anv was rli<)i-nii<:lilv cnvi'i-i'd hv iiisiiruncc. No (inu* wiis 

lost ill siTiii-iii;.' new sliiii|.iii;; <|iiailiTs, and wiih ilicir A T a iiuTtiu^ ..: 

icsrrvf slocks ill Itiral wart-lioiisfs til ilniw upon, slii|iiiii*!its ix lilli-is of |.i. 

wrii- i-i-sniiKil w iihiii iwi'iitv-roiii- iioiii-s jiftci- (III- tin-. liic of |{. K. ^ i o. 3lr \ t a. 

■ Tavlop was 1 ! iriiiuu, an ..f 

ll is riainii-il ihai |iro|iil)itioii roiiiiniinitics lliroii^lioiit Mrow iiKoriiian « o., Scrn-tary. < 
ilii- roiiiiirv roiisiiiiic an cnoniions i|iiaiitily of "tiavoriii;; I I'i. a roiiiiiiiltii- of ii\«>, of \sli 

I'Xiiatls," siirli as ■•Ivssriiccs of Ifiiion, vanilla. (iniiaiiKiii, Im- om-, was apiMiiiiii-tl to |».i 

fir.," and tin- Coiniiiissioncr of Inlnnal Kcvi-nii)' not con- d<alli of tlu- lat<- Mr. .1. T. S i. 

ii-nl with ^••llin^ afh-r tin- palml iiM-diriii<>s, willi wliiskv appointiil : .Mr. .M. A. Wallieii, .Mr. N. ' 

as lin-ir ciiicf in;:riilicni, has now (iinicd liis allfiilion lo •). Itaiman and .\lr. ('liarifK K. ImmiIi'. i 

iIh' niannfamircrs of rxlijuls and csscinrs. lie holds, milli-d tin- foHowiii;; r«-s4ilutiotis, which w«r. 

nifirhanls scllin<: Ihcni should take out a litcn.sc, ami adopii-d ami an cii^trosMMl oipy dini'tcil t«i i" 

niamifjM iiinis shoiilil ohtaiii a n-cliliiT's lici'iis*-. tin- family: 

WnKltK.\s, it has pli-a^'d .Miiii(;hly <J<»d lo r. iii..\.. from 

Tlnfc has lio-ii soim- niodiliialion of nilcs in r<-;;ard to <mii- mi<lst om- of the imiHt diHliii(;iiiKhiil ii our 

iniportaiions <if several prodiiiis iimh r pmc f<MM| rc^ula- innh', .Mr. .1. T. S. Ilrtiwii. 

lions as a n-siili of IM'. Wiley's lOiiropcan visit. I'raclices Hmolrtil, Thai the Wliujettalf Diuh-n* and Din- 

followed there, where it is shown thai no iiii|>roper purpo.se lillei's of Louisville, here aKi<4-iiilil<-<l ili^ir. in .\i,v,-,ut in 

has sii^;:esled them, .ind wliieli prodiiee no harmful nm- the most profound terms the lii'. Mr. 

sii|uemes, will not inililale a;;ainsl Ihe entry of such |>rod- Hrow ii has always Ueii held as . ' oo 

tills lo this louiilry. Ariitieial roloriiii; of some arlieles, worker, and in ilu* trade at larfji . r of 

when hai'inle.ss, may he ti.setl umler eertain londitions. fair and just dealing, with a d**siri ... ^ ,.,.illie 

This deiision refers in a special instam-e to the importalion honor am! inaiiitain the iiiii^jrily of ihr- Irudi-; and be it 

of eamly. It would si-ein nnreasonahle, where no harmful further 

mailer was used, to le<;islale apiinst ilie ariitieial rolorinj.' h'is(,lnil. Thai ihe ruminenial life in I.^iui8villi' corer- 

of whiskies under this reasoiiin*;. ll looks as ihoui;h 1M-. in^ half a eeiilury of earnest and kI might forward elTort 

\\ iley's I'liiropean trip may have done piod all around. has added dijjiiily and ri-siMft to the trade: and l«e It fur 

Ni:\v VoltK. I her 
New York. Niivi'iiiImi- ijd. h'ni<tlviil, That liis iin-ord an a eiti7.eii and a tiiun of great 
-^ piililie spirit desi-rves eoiiiineiidation and emuht'- ' 

Jottinjfs by Jed Clayton. l»<' it further 

/iVxo/rtf/,Tliat thesyiiipalliy of theeti- - •- ' 

I iMJieve in leltin' every feller do wliai he's liesi suited ville is herewith e.xteiidnl to the iM-rea^ 

III-. 'r-> save Ihe feelin's of 111' ^oal, I iie\er Imii in: an eii;:ross«il copy of iln-JM- resolulions Ik- III! 111XII..1 '" Ml. Ill 

Kf I knowiil as i h alioiit farniin' as Ihem eily fellers and copies supidiitl lo the tnide pn-w* of the i-oiuilry ami 

what spend tli' summer with me tliinl: ihey do, I'd he driv' to the daily pajM-rs of IxuilKviil. 

ouleii III' loiintry -fer monopoiizin' .ill tli' km>wlii|;;e on 

III' siilijick. .McHoiiald & t'ohn of 120 Iroin ii»i 

Tir ain'l so much •.'leeii ;; Is sold I" us farmers now- I'le f»v 1^1 U'-y, the-Kiii;; of WIp- ide 

adays as Ihey uster Im-. .\ feller may he willin' lo make a is exceiiiiomilly ;:<M.d. with an im ' I-m 

dishomsi dollar (if he kin do it on ih' slyi, hut he halen i-oCs Aj-ple I'ider. a California pr. mt 

(' uit lalleil al when he's cau^iht Iryiii': to the Kastern article. The rain tl 

I I lakes real pain to yit some of us ;.'oin' a -.'ood ;;ait. the Stale has almidy hmuKhi .• ! 

r.m.sider Ih' halky ca'f thai ;;ils its tail twisl.sl -an' kiip ders and I'.HC, will mark a I 1.. 

., i.lM_-L-ii|- :il..„.j il,' i,,,id' /■././/, /.•...,/,. i;'\ ;nid ..tli-r .-M-.-ll.-nf «hi- 



PERKINS. STERN 8t CO. 



• •r»-ia*r 



\ZJf 



:r CHARLES STERN & SO\S, 






IS( 

^ I ' v^«» 

l'r€.«1wct-rs ni.ct I)i%tillc-i% ..f If i k ►>-<•'«•' <" 



^^ California Wines and Brandies 

Oa-.ur; .»nJ Cntrollcrs of 3000 Acrti ot Choice Vincrardi located *t S tiHrr, Rhrrt.^ G>^_C*j; 

W,o»r«. ana Du«,lWrtn: LOS ANOELES AND SrAU>ER. CAl 
LOS .\NGELEi. C:\L. NEW YORK ' '^^ 

<»03'»3l M«v Str«l M Jnd l» Vc»»v S«»r«l '" •« S«»»« 



IG PACIFIC WINE AND SPIRIT REVIEW. 

The World's Favorite Liqueurs. paliitiiiilc, imi in it.s cai-l.v .siufics as toddv it is rcsponsililc 

I'lir iimst of (ill- sciiuiis tr<>ui)k'S of the Hiilish .soldier in 

TIIK li.|uriirs we sip in iili.i- dinnrr conli'nl conic Inmi l,,(iia. When Tommy Alkins runs ainucic and beats tiic 

manv nn.ir lamls and aie made li-om a far ,-;i'calei- „i,iivcs he is sure lo" iiave dniidc from tlie toddy pot in 

vaiicly of fruilsof 111,, .arlii than wines we <lrini< witii the some jialm -rove, or |o liave l.ou.ulK ihe youiifx spirit in 

nnals. yet a nnin who will talk with some knowledf>e of |i„. |,ay.aar. 

ports and sherries, Imrunndies and hocks will m.t in nim- ,j>|„. „.,^i^.,. ,iis,iiu.,.s „iake arrack attractive in manv 

cases out ol i..n knew why ihe l-sl of tlw co-nacs is .ailed ^^,.,^.^^ scentin- it with th.wers and impreonatin- it wilh 

■rran.h- tine .hampa^ne, or Iron, what frmt maraschino is .„.,„„.„ j,. ,„.,.„s. Ai a naul.li or any other native festivity 

'"*' li()ueurs cd' lirilliant colors, stronjiJv scented, are ollered 

The|.relimiuariesi..thcmakiii.i;of li.,neurs-th.'vintai;v ,„ ,,„. |.:„i.„,„.,,„s if anv are present. The labels on the 

at Coiimi.'. the ch..rry harvest m halmatm, the s..rtin- of ,„„,,,,^ ,,,.,y,. ^^..^^^ ^,,,1,, .;,„, ,,,^, „.,„,,,^ .„.,. ,,,„^,. „,. ^|,^. ,„.^, 

h.-rbs in the cool .-h.isters of ih,. Tra|.pist and li.Miedictin.- ,,:„,„,„..,„ ]i,,,„.urs, but the lasi,. is thai of doctored rice 

and Carthnsianmonasleries-nenerally take pla.-e Ml some „f ,,,,i,„ .spirit. It ahvavs occurred lo me, when p.diteness 

pielurcs,,uespui of il... earth, but there is no valid reason ,,,,,j„.,,,| ,,,,. ,„ ^-^^ „,^.^;. dccectinns, ihai li,.. ba/.anr dis 

why a very j^ood kumniel or a passable chartreuse sliouhl |i||,:,. i,;,,! inicmle,! to make a ualln,, „r two of perfume and 

n..| 1... distilled in any back kitchen, for li.|ueur umkin- ,,,.„_ hisatlempi b,.iim a failnr.., he Imd bnllbd tli.. spirit 

is a trade which rei|uires lull little machinery and has few ,. ,,.„,.. 

,,,, ' , , , , 1,1 11. 11 .\m(ui" straniic liiiueiiis made in the uiiermost iiarts of 

J ho\i";h the uood monies, when tlie\ dwell amid the , T n • . ■ , , i .- • <■ ■ 

,11, ■ ,,„, • 1- , the earth, all ol winch oiih attain to the dmnitv f)t the 

mountains near < ii-emiide, chose to use o\er 1(10 miiredieiits . , , , , . ,' , i . ,, , 

. ., • ,- •, ,, 1 1 ,•,,." • title by Ion"' keepiii";, are llie sunareaiie bessabesse 01 -uad- 

111 their lioueurs ii would haxf scarcely any dillerence m ' , t . . ... , . ,, 

, ,, . . 1 ■ 1 ' ■ 1 1 1,1 aiiascar, the mahmari, disti led tr(uu bananas, in Mozam- 

lasie fnuii the siioiii; waters which von and I and tin 7 , . , , 

, , , , •,11 -11 • .i' 1 , . ,■ liique: the statkviatrava, made fnuu suijar and lierbs, and 

cook could brew it we bad a will in the basenieiil oui ol ;i ' ' ' '^ ' 

,,,,,. 11- liK' watkv, made Irnm rice in Kamchatka. 'Ihe van-der- 
bare dozen herlis and roots, suiiar and can de \ le. 

,,,, II- ,1 1 I- I • 1 • I • 1 hum, I le admirable Kiiieiir d the ('aiie, also deser\'es a 

Ihe only lii|ueur (he mode ol makinii which is an abso- " . . ' ' 

lute secret is that siran-e Chim'se Ibjuid which no West- ^v«'l■d of mention. 

eriier has ever tasted, but whicii Celestials have a.-sured ''^''•' Island of Sico produ.es Die sir.in-ely named sekis- 

me does exist, the |.riiicipal in-redi. iit in which is lamb's knyavodka, which is made from i;ra])es and other fruits, 

tlesh. Su.h of I lie Chims.' lii|m.is as I have sippcl have •'"'• ^'i'i<<' ^''"<'s Janeridos, a li.|ueur made from currant 

as their basis samshu, which is a .spirit made from rice .^lapes, to the Western markets. In Eastern Europe, the 

and they taste like tire water sli-litly impregnated with a '"" """^' .i;*'"'''"'! ii(|iieurs are the silvovitz of Bosnia and 

variety of sweet Hastinesses. One, however, better than the H"' M'lf'teli ""f all the Eastern States. The first is made 

rest, is made in N.u-thern China and is Ibnored wilhoran-e I''"'" '■'!'<' I'l-unes, and, thon.uli it is an acciuired taste, is 

l„.,.] appreciated by lliese of us in tlie West who have grown 

The Chinese (laim tiial they disi ille.l alc.ili.il so far back "^'''1 '"'i<- N" <'iie but a 1 lei ze-ovinian or a Servian ever 

as I'L'tlll It. ('., whereas tlie beiii-bted Europeans only pretends to like (|Uerleli, for it is made out of wild plums, 

learned Ik.w to ]u-odiice eaii de vie in the thirteenth cen- "'"' •'!>"■•' li':'^^ .d' it conlains the same unpleasant surprise 

tur.v. Certainly the samshu tastes as if its secret was dis- ^^'li-'i ""'H''^ '" '"".v '"ii" ^vlio biles a wild |dum lliiiiking 

cov'er.-d when man was barbaric and his digestion very i'i:ii In- lias found a cultivated one. 

sifcmg. iMizico, a Turkish kuminel. is not unideasani, but ilie 

In Siam ibe rii i- spirit is also the foundali<ui of the other Turkish li(|ueur, mastic, is not to ventured n])oii. 

national li(|ueiirs, and these are ei|ually in infamy to those The iijiiper classes of (he Russians drink more licpieurs 

of China. I'ersia and -lapaii are the \\\a countries of the than do (hose of any other nation in the world, and they 

East where the native liipieurs ate drinkable. commence their meals with the attractive "nips," whereas 

The universal -lapamse rice spirit, sake, has as many we conclude with them. Next to the zakouska bulTet — • 

degrees of jierteclinn as l-liiiopean brand.w and varies the table on which are sjiread all ])ossible provocalions 

as much in jirice. The \ civ (ild sake, which has b-en dis- to liuiigi r, t in.v samlwiclK s, scrajis (d' smoked tisli and fow I. 

tilled from the liesi of rice ami has been keju f(U' many anchovies, olives and the liki-— is. in e\'er.v restaurant, a 

veal's, is to be boughl in bottles which are works id' art. slaiid (d' lii|Ueiirs. 

It tastes mor(> like a suit, dr.\ sherry than like a li(|Ueur, The smiling damsel who iiresides over this .gives to each 

but anyone who drink-- iwo or three little cupfuls of the Kussian, who has collected a plateful of the tiu.v sections 

straw-colored li(|iiid somi bains how strong it is. i.f eatables, a .ulass of licpior from the arra.v of bottles which 

In Persia the drinking n\' wine is against the religion is before her, and he .generall.y returns for at least one 

of the cimntry, and, thereloi- . a good Persian, when he more bebn-e he takes his seat at the dinner fable. There 

has somechoice Shiraz wine am! li(|ueiirs in his cellar, bids are vodka and kumiiie], the ]tink klouka, the .green crenie 

his cronies to come and feast cm, ■•iiighlingale's tlesb," This de meiithe and a score of other lic|iieiirs, all made \yitliiii 

delicacy conies to the table witli a flower in the neck of the limils of the empire, lor in nothing is IJussia more 

each bottle. After the wine the lii|ueurs are served, and profective than in Ihe enormous duly she puts on foreign 

these are made either from dates nr from raisins, cur- wines and s|)irits. 

iously and yery agreeably scented. \'(;dka bxdcs like water and tastes like tire. Only a sala- 

In India our forefathers, in the liea\ \ drinking days, mander could distinguish between one kind of vodka and 

mixed the li(|ueur arrack in their ])niicli. .nid liked (he another. Kuminel in Russia is often nearly as fiery as 

s])irit so iiinch tliaf Ihey sent it home, an<l it came in(o \odka, and is nearl.y as sim]ile to make. Ciiinmin seeds, 

favor in England. Tlie fermented .juice of the ]>aliii long coriander, abohol, (uaiige ]ieel and white sugar are its 

kept, especially that imported from Batavia, is certainly usual ingredients. 



PACIFIC WINK AND SPIRIT REVIEW. i: 

Aiiisctir is iMiMiliri- li(|ii(Mii- of wliirli (III- KiiKHiiiiiH ilriiik fiit tin- Kiii|>n*M< .Mairia TIht«-»mi i-milil think of !•• m-h.i i.. 

:iii riiitiiiiiMis <|iiiiiitil V. iiiul whii-li is iis siiii|i|i> in its niak- LmiiH XV wiis sonif i|i>y.<'iiH nf ih. 
ilij: as kniniiicl -anistiHl, aliiiniiils, pnwili'Dil iris, (-urianil- Kwii willi Tnka\ in iln- hmi 

• T, suj;ar ami alriilidl iM'in;^ ail that an- riNinin-*!. Itulli is i<i;;nae Itramlv. ('u};uar — whi«li;;m»i: 

kiiniiiii-l antl ilir various kinds of anisette often look verv kin<ls of );ni|H' ean ili- vii' — Im a little town 

(leeorative in ilieir hoitles, for tin- sn^'ar is inaile to rry- in llie I'fparinieni of iliei'|iar<> ■■ 

stali/.e. A lillle Itraiieli of anisette plant is put into each ^raiwl rhainpa;;ni- — nain*-*! afl< : 

lHittl<> of anisette, aiml the ervslals form u|ioii it like fro/en Imt liv the time ihev Imve lM-<-n lil> inli^l .u. 

snow. Of Kiissian liipieurs ]iolvnnaia, a wormwiHtil lami the |H-titesrhampa;;niN. (he iMiiH, the |>. 

wliiskv. is the West, hein;; an exielleiit dij^estive. ileries an<l tl therx have all taken hn-vei r.m^ 

llniare -ives a Ion;: list ..f li.pKurs of his davs in "'"" "••'=""I'"K"«- I'in.v vearn repr.-*iMH hill th- 

of the sjitires. hnt of all th.se li<|ne.irs only vermouth. *'«'" "^ " «''""' '"«'"><• l»nindv, 7n \earH liii.l it at »;*. %... 

whirh IMinv writes of. is drunk at the present dav. ili|> '"■"'• "'"' ^^■''•••••'"" l-nimlies are vet in a nniKniflii-nt oj.i 

|M«!as. which is the <ireeian li.|neur, which lli|.po,-ras is "«'" •» »l>'- ''•Hjti- of Tafe Anglais, in Tari*, nn.I in >m.iim- of 

said to have comi.ound.d. made a l.rave stru^-le for ex- " ''"'"'^ "^ •^'"•"'" '''"■'" "'"' "^ •'"' '^'""« "^ ^>'n"^ 

isteiir.', and was served at Versailles court haii.|uels in tli.- =""' '"•'»'"•"•« '-'a.-hinu' ha.k to the eiKhli-.-nlh o ! 

rei;;ns ..f Louis XIV and \ V. Imt it did not s.irviv.. the '" '''"'•^ ""•'" '»* '" ''''»•' '''l"'«l K'M- f-r M..-v , 

i.i^'ht.H-nth centurv. " '""'"* " «'!"«*• <'"H'""' '« dislill.-.! fnun 

^oun^cst wine makes the Ih-sI Imindv llie •! 

Tokay is the nold.^i li.,.hur « iiicl. ^ra. cs lin- pnsent day •,,,„.,. .,^ ^„,„ .,^ p.,s.silde after the * intake. 

lioard. It is a wine, Imt is so scarce, so expensive ami is , ., . .■...■, 

, , . ,..,'.. ,, < hemes, oranye pe.d, the kernelH of van«'ii» fnw 

keitt so lonir hefore It comes to Its prime that it is •'eiierajlv . • .1 . . . * , .- 

,' , ., ... n.l • 1 I rn 1 ■ St OIH S, ^^1 VC I llC I asl I- t O IIH ml of t III" I III UeH fS lo ■ 

c assed with the loiieiii-s. The viiievards around iokav ,, . . , ,, ,, ..... .' . , 

' ., . • , ,, • nmish cellars. .Miirasi-hiiio is distilhtl fii.tn 

are on v 1.'4 siiiiare miles in (-xti'iit. and as everv lliin^a ii i ..• -.i i ii t i- i 

' . ,. , ,., . ^^'''1 cherries, with hoiiev addi**! ; kirw-li 

nan iiia"nate counts it a iiomt of honor to have a Iokav ,.. . ,, „ ., , ,, , ' , ., mi, 

•^ , , . ■ , , . , . 1 • iroiii the wild black ^eaii of the Itlaek I 

vinevard. and lo make Ins own wuie ftir Ins own drinking. ••..,# i i -. i # 

., , , , , ,'^ ^aiiis Its taste from oraiip- iMi-ls and lit* color rnuii \ 

verv little of the real Tokav noes outside the hounds of the I .;»:.. I .. I . .1 1 ... 1^ i r ^ i 

■ '^ woods; It IS related to ilie hnndnils of nnin;!e f'l. 

Austrian emi.ire. ,,i^. i^i^,^, riirious of which is anacimda hraiidy. 

Fifty years is the time Tokay siiuuld Im- in hot lie iiefoic jts name from the yacht on which ihe rei-i|M> of ■ 

it is drunk, and it is at its hest after 101) years of kee|iiiin. ori^iiiatefl. t'reine di- inenihe is |N-p|NTiniiil. citlonil nM a 

lli^h prices are ]iaid f<ir it. One .\usiriaii Kmperor ^ave rule hy nothing nn»re liannfiil than xpiiiach. Nii\.;iii 

three guineas a luiltlc for the KM) liottles In- sent as a jtres- pink and white, ^piiiis its flavor from tin* ki'rnHx m 

eiil iiii" ll'>ll;ind And ilie iimsi .i.stlx :iiic| ;i>jri-<':ili|.. (.r.s. ,.,,iv 



CHARLES MEINECKE & CO 

314 SACRAMENTO STREET. SAN FRANCISCO 



Sole Af^ents Pacific Coast for 



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DUFF GORDON SHERRY' 

FROM DUFF GORDON A. CO PORT ST. WARY S. SPAIN 



"SWAN GIN" 

FROM J. J. MEDER A. ZOON, SCHIEDAM, HOLLAND 



"BooRD'S" Old Tom and Dry Gins 



FROM BOORD A. SON, LONDON, ENGLAND 



( ( 



WHITE HORSE CELLAR 

Scotch Whiskey 

rM(iV VACKIC A '^ , ISLAY. SCOTLAND 



\\;is ;i rc;il siicrcss. :iii<l will loiiu lie i-ciiiiiiilicrcd li\- (In 
|>lcsflil. 



Stands Up For Missouri Wine. 

E.\<M(i|| Willi- was iiiailc in ami sliiiipcd rruin ilic 11 
tiniiilics nf .\iiss(.iii-i ill liMII l(. linal a l.al I li'sjiin o 



18 PACIFIC WINE AND SPIRIT REVIEW. 

3tate Hurticultural ConNention. vaniaiii' nf d casiuii unt (ivcritKikiim iin' .iiaiiipajiiK 

— - III iliis iniiiicri inn I lie hm^liai)l(' i)art ol' llic siluatidii \va 

Til !•; 'I'liiri \ liisi Ammal P'riiil (iniwcis" ( 'uiixciil ion lin- lai i lliai sninc i<{' tjic wise ones wert- cnjoyiiiy; lim 

will iiiccl ai Saiiia i;..sa. .-n TiK'silay. Di-cimiiImt .".i li, '^ b :'l •'^•'' l"'i" ''"lllc, while their iieifihliors llionjih 

ai HI A. .\1.. aiMl linl.l .lailv s.'ssi.ms niiti'l Fri.lay. De.-.n, ''"^ '''■''[ ''•"■'"- «'-ll «ith liflycenl claret. The a!lai 
I.er sill. 

This rii||\elllinn will lie nlle of the liinsl illllinrlailt e\ er 

hehl in Hill' Slate and will deal wiih many iiialler.s of 

(lireel intei-esi lo fniii j^mwcrs — aiiuiiii; others, trans 

|Mir(alinii and inarkel inu. ini|ti'iived nietlnids of jiaekini;, 

new \arieiies, inseil ]iesis and llieir eonlrol, eo-operalive 

market inti. the wine ami raisin indiislry, and many other i:'..lMl(l ions, acconjini; to the liuiires made |Mililic lo-da, 

snlijeets hearin;: direiily on liie iirosjierity of our I'liiii l'i"iii ilieSiale F>ahor I'.iiieaii. The siiriilns shi]Miients fo 

iirowcrs. I lie \car were ."..(MIS.TSO gallons, wliieli was ahoiit eiioiij;] 

Aiiioiii; other reaiiues will he a reee])tioii hy the to nive to every man, wdinaii and eiiild in tlie State, ac 

Ladies" liii]tro\cmeiit Clnli of Saiiia ]\osa, trii)s over the <ordiiii; lo the |io|)nlation of lit(»t». a i;alloii of wine. Oi 

eieelrie roads, \isits to ihc wineries, oreliards, etc., and the market at wholesale iniees the wines hronj^lit ?>r),r)03, 

every elVort will he made to insure the ]ileasiire and 17(i. 

protit of tile visilinj; i;iiests. .Missouri produced ahoitt one-twelfth of the output o 

.\rraii.i:ements liave heeii made with llie liotels where- Hi,. Cnited States in lilOf. (iasooiiaih- County, whicl 

hy nieiiiliers atleiidin^Mhe convention will leceive reduced leads, pr(;duced i.'.!i71..'>7(; gallons. Oilier counties wliicl 

rates. .Vrran-iemeuts h.-ive also Iieeii made with the rail- made a lair showing are I'liinam, with L'L',:'.Hi .i;al!ons 

roads tor the issuance of excursion tickets, wlierehy mem- Xewion, with :'.!l(iO -alloiis; Liviiiiislon, wilii 1:^,703 j^a] 

hers attemiiiii: the convention will hi- enahled to visit i,„,s; j'l'anklin, with '.iSDi' gallons; (iruudy, wifli 2581 

Saiiia Kosa ai one and one-third rates. ualhuis; St. Charles, with il,iK;S gallons; St. Louis, will 

A cordial invitation is extended to all fruit-i;rowers. ..-j-,,,) ,,.,]|,„m 

shiiipers, \vint>-makers, raisin-urowers, packers, unr.sory- ..'"' , • o- i • • , • i i ■ ■ -i 

'■ , , . , . ,,'. ,, . . , ^ ,. \\ me iiressed out in SI. I,ouis is not included in tin 
men and others interested in this, tlie principal i)rodnctive 

industry of our State, to he present and take part in the ""^'i' ''"•'■■"'^"' ""i' ^^''^ pnul ically all .■onsunied there an. 

proceedinjis of the convention. neither is the wine wliicli was used in tlie counties it 

Kriihiy forenoon will lie larjicly de\oied to \ it iciili iire. which it was made. 

The otlicial ])roi;raninie is as follows: Thousands of hottk's of wine which ap])ealed to the eyi 

••.VlicaiilelJ.uischet and Petite Sirali, Two Wine (;rai)es |,eea„se they hore laliels "From California" and tasto( 
Worth Plant iiiii," Prank (\. Swell ; •■Importance of Nil icul- 
ture to California," A. Sharhoro; "The \iiie in Sonoma 



< "oiiiil V." .\. P. (iallawav. 



Novel Anniversary Celebration. 



as well, were fnuii the juice of the Missouri .iira|ie. li 
tact, the wine from this Slate can hold its own with tin 
wiiic Ironi anywhere. 

Xe.xi to wine comes cider. The State is known to liavc 
sent to the markets 2S!),2P{ nallons, which sold at whole 

TIIKKIC have heen many jolly and orijiiiial celebrations sale for sr>7,S(2.()(l. Kmisas Cili/ Star. 
of certain anniversaries of liiiuor houses in this town, ^ , 

hut it remained for the J. P. Plumel Co., of .31 Eddv „„ ^. , , ,,,. ^ t . , 

the Napa and Sononia Wine Co. are semlinu out a Jarj^i 

sireei. lo "ive the most novel one of all. At the close of ,,„si„ess postal card hearin- the fac-siniile of the two -oh 

their tirsi year, and a hi-hly successful one, in their pros- ,ii,.,hils awarded them at the Lewis and Clark (\-ntennia 

('111 s]dendiil (|narlers, ii was decided to invite all the old Kx]>ositi(Ui (ui October l.jtli. One medal is for their On 

"hook customers." who were patrons of the old store, at Pi'"" coiiiiac and the other for Kasile wines. 

PS Stockton street, lo a (|uief celebration. The day was 

the P3tli of the month, and the hour a few niinntes after Wicliman, Lnljicn & Co., 2!t I'.altery street, reiiort busi 

niiduifjht. ness j^cxvl and improviuii'. They l>elie\'e the State was nevei 

The entertainment was in the form of music by the '" ^o S'"'*'<^ =' .ii«'i"'i"'l business condition as now and loo). 

Tivoli orchestra, .'i swell banquet supj.lied from the Pup, f""-^^-""! ^" ^' '"■ji'''.v prosperous year. Old (iilt Ed-. 

.... 1 ...1^1 I J ■ , ., . „,,,,, A\ hisk\- is makiiiu fri. 'lids in the same old successful wav 
and g.Mxl speech. 's and stories by the liuests. The tabl.- 

was spread in the main salesroom and made a very brave 

showiuir. Howev.-r, the most unique feature of the fuuc- Ciiarles .\leinecke & Co. of this city have added several 

tion was the fact that thouith there were many waiters to more leadt-rs to their excptionally line list of ai-encies 

do the servinj;, no wines were offered the quests at the These are Addison's Apricot Brandy, Schroder, Schuylei 

table. At the same time all were informed tiiat they were & Co.'s Ror.l.'anx Clarets and Santernes, and the M.dl 

at full liberty to help th.-mselves to anythinij- on the shelves, known Kins(>y Kye Whisky. These are all stan.lard brand.- 

which are anionji the best stocked in this bi<i town. an.l with su.'h a h..iise to haii.ll.' them sh.uild fare well iu 

It .wes without saying that the baui|U.!ters took full ad- this mai'ket. lousiness with tli.' lirm is excellent. 



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T-xPonr/ 



WINE. 



nil I I l»ll 



II I «l III \. 



u ■ 



Co 

iia Wine Cu. 



.^.'i 

V. iMitiul 

I.achman & Jucobl 

Berlin & Lvporl 

A Rcpnold 

To CumlMTliiDil nnd Roaaland: 

n. IV B irnardl 

To VIrtorIa; 

C?alirornla Wln<- AkhocIsIIom 

Clocco & lAtmburdl 

A. Repnold 

I^ohman A JnrobI 

Berlin & Leporl 

To Republic: 

Geo. Hdrmann A Co 



To AfoKnak: 

John A. I>enn<>ii 
To DouKlnn: 

Clocca & Lomburdl 
To Sllku: 

B. Krapolh & Co. . . 
To Juneau: 

Clocco A lAimlxirdl 

C. SchlllInK A Co. 



\ I \»K \. 



3.32« 
tl.SIX 



Caaen. Qiillona. 



Kl MKSK'U. 



To Aeapuico: 

W. Los lea 



>'.tlir'>riil.> VVIlK-r^ 

I' SrhllllnK * )'<• 

Thannhauner A Co 

L«o Mellser ... 

Gundlnrh. Uundw-hu < '" 

B. Krapolll ft Co. . 
To Manaaiillla. 

Wollmnn. l'«-k * Co. ... 
To Guaymaa. 

(.'anallsa. Trlllanea Co. . 

Maldonadu * Co 

Gundlacli. Bundacliu ('•• 

B. Krap<illl A Co 
Ilallan-SwUn Co|..ii> 
Wellman. i'erk * Co 

Thannhauaer * Co 

W. lyonlui A Co. 

To Allala: 

Maldunado * Co 

L/Ko Metxcer 

W. I^>al>a * Co 

To La I'aa: 

Gundlarh, Bundachu Co. . 

Thannhiiuaer A Co 

To Knaenada: 

California Wine .\«aoclallon 
To San Blaa: 

Wellman. Peck * Co 

MlacellnneoUM 

W. I»alxa A Co 

To Ocoa: 

A. Repaold 

C. SchlllInK * Co 

Qundlach, Bundachu Co 

To San Benito: 

Thannhauaer * Co. 
Geo. A. Moore A Co 
California Wine Aa«tM-lall..n 
Ilallan-Swiaa Colony 

B. Frapolll A Co. . 
To Siillnua Cru«; 

W. I..oalsa & Co ... 
I'. Claudlu. 

C. A. Iloop.-r ft c.. 

Total 

Value 



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We have largely increased our facilities for storing, handling, maturing 
and shipping our products. We have added considerable space, and our 
accommodations in our new "Bacchus Cellars" are simply perfect, and 
our California Wines and Brandies are as choice and well selected as 



ever. 



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Nrw York Office ind CdLirs : 
Cor. Witts ind WishinQton Sts. 



GUNDLA( ll-IU M)S( Ml WINE CO. 

434-444 Bryant St.. San Francisco 



TtLEPMONE MAIN flni 



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l.ailiiuali .V Jaiiilil 
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Itallaii-Swlss f..l..ny 

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i-i-.iwii lilsls fu. 

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•r.. V..ki.liuma; 

Calif.. riiia Will 

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A. Kl'Ps.,1,1 

T.. Tahiti: 

California Win.- As: 
(liiiHllach. Humlsrlui 
Ilalian-Swiss C.iliiii: 



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T,, llil.. .. 

T.. Maliuk.i 

T" K a lull 111 



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♦ * 30UR Mash Whiskey. 

Je53an7ii7e Co. ,^ 

Thene M'hl/ikles arc made in the Famouy '• llLl'E t.JM.s.S It Ed I OX" so 

.-., JusHy celehra'eu as the home of the flne^M M'hiskies In the M'oi-hl, and 

/^h] tfhich hare been jor the last Century, recognized as surh. fiiving the ehar~ 

•wTlklt actcr and UUjh standing to Iii:\TrrKY WIIISIilES uhich :heij now enjoij. 

THESE TAMOUS WHISKIES CAN CT HAD IIM LOTS TO SUIT THE TRADE 




I'ACIFIC WINK AND SlMklT RKVIKW. 



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TELEPHONE 



JAMES 
664 1 



CABLE ADDRESS FINKE 



San Francisco. Cal. 



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l,;islril.. .V l'i> 

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TO NOMOA^ ISI.AMISl 

lii'lllli'll .V «'» 

Ji.liii Hityv S: S.>n 

TO SOtlKTV ISI.AMJSi 

Kr-faorliksliiirR llDttllni; Co. 

John Hai>|i .<;.• Son 

Uuttalo HrewiiiK i:< 

TO ZAMnA\<iOl 

So. Pao. Co 



240 
1.283 



TO \l.\><KAl 

Sii. iw...i,l .SL- Sh.'iw.....! 
TO lllll'I'ISII <'OI,l MIIIA: 

IMtIn \- l..'|M.i| 

TO I'KXTHAI, A>II;HI<'A: 

Ollv.lo Will,- I'.i 

HiTiln .V l.oi'ori 

.\. K<i'S"l.l 

TO IIAAAAIIAN I.>i|.AM>.>i. . . 
TO MK.XHOl 

.M;il.lt.lia,l,i & Co 

Win. Wolff \- C.> 

Ha.-ilott. W. 11. Co 

TO XKW YORK I 

C. Sotillllnp ^r Co 

Cluntllach. Hiiiulsilui Ci 
TO .SOITH AMKRlfA: 

Clown DIstlllirlcs Co. 

Ml.scellaneous 



Will Have A Square Deal. 



J9,4JSI 
Gallons. 



1.088 
$2,243 



Till-; s:ili>nii iiicii nf ( iniiicsx illc, Tc.x., iiic ilcli Tiniiicd 
ihiit no li(|ii(ir sliiill lie sold on Snndiiy and Iuivl' issued 
tlic followiiiii notice, wliicli lias licm i)iil)lisli('d in the daily 
l)ai)ers of liiat city : 

"^^V, the uiidersiijned iii|nor (h'alefs of < iainesville, Te.\., 
as a l)ody, do hereby ofTer and will jjladly ])ay a rewai-d "f 
.S."(t for I he ari'est and convidion of any person in the 
lii|iinr luisiiicss licic \iolatin.u the Sunday law. It is our 
intention and desire, and has been all alono, to keep closed 
on Sunday, and in this we ask the aid and co-operation of 
ivny law aliidiii^ riti/.cii. and to that end offer the above 
reward.'" 

The alinve lioliee lie 

men in ilie eil v. 



he sjonatiires of all Die saloon- 




VW£ BT 



I'-iom Oct. 21»f. to Nov. 25lli, 1905. 
I'KoM S.\N UlKllO — Pit »te nmfr Snntn Roan, Oct. 26th. 

bbls. Wine TT^ ^7777." J. H. Moore & Co. 

cases Mineral Water Reillngton A; Co. 

PROM IIAMBCRG — Per .-teamer Nekii. Get. 2filh. 



125 bbla Wblsky Crown IJlstlll-i w- <■■> 

15 cases Wine S.H. Heller. 

600 cases Gin Dc Fremer y .v ( ' . . 

FROM HUIJ- — Pe r Hrltl.Hli bark Fortcvlot, Oct. 2Stli. 
TiO cases Whisky Order. 



FROM SAN DIEGO- 
bblsr Wine ... . 



-Per steamer State ot California, Oct. 30th. 



.California Wine Association 



^ROM BRITISH COLUMBIA— Per stc 



er City of Pueblo, Nov. 2d. 



25 cases Ale Order. 

75 cases Stout Hllbert Mercantile Co. 

100 cases Beer Order. 

375 cases Gin Hllbert Mercantile Co. 

500 Cases Whisky V. W. Gasklll. 

FROM EUREKA — Per steamer Corona, Nov. 2d. 



75 Cases ('Ide 



.Tillman «: Bendel. 



FROM SEATT1.,E— Per steamer Senator. No 



8 bbls. Cider Phil. Mfg. Co. 



FROM CHINA — Per steamer Dakota, No 



1.009 cases Liquors Order. 



FROM PANAMA — Per steamer Peru, Nov. 5th. 



2 bbls. Whisky 



. 1. L. Madrid. 



FROM BORDEAUX — Per steamer Newport, via Panma, Nov. 6th. 

4 cases Wine P. Claudius & Co. 

FROM ANTWERP — Per sterner Robert Fernie. Nov. 10th. 



cases and 15 casks ^ 

cases Liquors 

cases Eau de Vie . 
cases Mineral Water 

cases Geneva 

cases Gin 



er, Wilson & Co. 



FROM HAMBURG— Per steamer Annan. Nov. 7th. 

300 cases Mineral Water Apoiiinaris Agency Co. 

20 octaves Whisky C. D. Bunker & Co. 

FROM H.AMBURG — Per steamer Ram ses, Nov. 11th. 

4 casks Vermouth B. & F. 

Ill oases W'ine B. & F. 

5 cases Liquor R. & F. 

1 bbl. Brandy B. & F. 

Lo bbls. Wine Grannuccl Bros. 

FROM SAN DIEGO— Per steamer Santa Rosa, Nov. 9th. 

12 cases Mineral Water Mt. Shasta Water Co. 

fiO bbls. Wine Schlessinger & Bender. 

FROM SAN DIEGO— Per steamer Queen, Nov. 12th. 

100 cases Whisky Fred De Barr.v. 

FROM BRITISH COLUMBIA— Per steamer Pueblo, Nov. 17th. 

1 case Whisky Order. 

300 cases Gin Order. 

280 cases Ijiquors Hilbert Mercantile Co. 

5u0 cases W'hisky V. W". Gasklll. 

50 cases Mineral Water De Fremery & Co. 

FROM BRITISH COLUMBI.\ — Per steamer Queen, Nov. 17th. 



Gin M. De Fremery. 



FROM SAN DIEGO — Per steamer State of California, Nov. 20th. 

bbls. Wine E. H. Lancel. ^_^ 

FROM SAN DIEGO— Per steamer Santa Rosa, Nov. 23d. 



25 cases Mineral Water 



Michels & Co 



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CALIFORNIA WINES AND BRANDIES 



WE want dealers everywhere to know about us and the Wines we make. 
Our pure old Port and Sherry meet the demands of the most exacting 
Trade. We guarantee all our wines to come up to the requirements of the 
"Pure Food" Laws. Vineyards and Wineries located at West Glendale, Cal. 
Write for Prices and Freight Rates. 



LOS AINQEUES 

Address, UOS ArSQEUES, Cal. 



WIINE COMPAINV 

Office, 4S3 SOUTH SRRHNQ ST. 



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WHISKEY I 

BEST ON EARTH 



JESSE iWOORE=HUINT CO. 

DISTILLERS AND 
WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALERS 



SAN FRANCISCO, C4L. 



LOUSMIII, KY. 



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Health and Pleasure at Paso Robles 



The hot mud and mineral water baths of Paso Robles Hot Springs ire renowned for 
their remarkable cures. These waters work wonders in cases t>f rheumatbm and stonacb. 
liver and kidney complaints. 

The new bath house, the finest in the I'oited States, is in charge of a famous mastetu. 
Kvety kind of treatment known to science. 

Guests at Hotel Kl Paso de Robles enjoy all the comforts of aD ideal home. K\-ery 
room an outside one, bright and sunny. Cuisine and service unexcelled. 

The country around Paso Robles is unusually beautiful, perfect roads winding throogh 
oak-covered hills to Painted Rock, Mission San Miguel. York MounUin and Morro Rock, 

Paso Robles is easily reached. Tlirce trains a day each way. Stopover* allowed between 
San Francisco and Los Angeles. Friday to Tuestlay tickets at low rates. 

Illustrated books and full particulars of agent 



Southern Pacific 



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24 I'.\C11-K' \\I\1-; AXl) SriKI'l' RI'AIKW. 

Successful Alta \ ista Wines. 



I 'I" is ruin nliil li\ lliuM' in imirli Willi llic.IlN wine lr;l(lr 
uf ilii- riiiinl Siiih'N ili:ii III.. Aliii \istii Wine ("«.. Inis 
(liiiic ;i liiHiil tliMJ iit\\;ii',i |Hi|iiiliiii/.inn ( "jilifuniiii wines 

la iihniiiL; In fi.ii- llii- niiiciij I' ilii' hiiilicsi iv|.c 

of r;iliti>ini;i \ini;ii;fs. i'uiiil>iiii-<l wiili sinli :iii :il I r;i(l i\ r 
lUSS <<r |i;l«kili:rs ;is to lc;|\i. Iiolliinj: lo In- dcsilcil li\ llii' 

iiiosl fiisiiilloiis. "Ali.i \isl;i" li:is lici- :i sviioii.\ in Inr 

\\li:il is (Mrllciil in illv wilirs :iiit| no (ilsl rl.iss hold. Iiiii' 
ol- lilCr is colisiilclril icini|(|rli' W il lioill A 1 1, 'I \isl;| |iloihl(ls 

|>i'oiiiiiii'nil\ lisii'il. 

'I'Jir |io|iiil,iiii X iiitw t-njovcd li\ ilicsc wines, |i|,e all sm 
cesses. Iiils not heeii Seeliretl willioill j;re;ll ellorl ami | he 

(lisphiv of I li liiisiiiess iieiiilieii. Iiider I he alile ami lin 

lil-iiii; ell'oils of the ;;eiier;il iiiaiiauer of I he e ern. Wal 

ter l{. DillliMle. I. lie ef I he |io|i||lai' ami ra|alile wine 

men ill the eoiimiv. ihe sales of Alia \isia wines ha\e in 
n-eased until the total for the vear now maiinu iis elose is 
nil|tl'eee(leiited :iml far hevomj e\|>e( i al ion. 

Allii \'ista w iiies. unlike a ureal iioii ion of i he ( "alifoinia 
vililiiues. are (lisiiiietl\ Califoiiiian, no alleiii|(l lieiiiL; 
iiijide to disguise the source from which i liev come \i\ ajlix 
iii.u uiiiidv lal)els lieariini foreiun naiins ami local inns. In 
del- the direct control of ilie Alia \isia Wines Co. are 
t'i.uliteeii of the titiesi viiievaiiis in < 'a 1 i foiiiia. eacii inddiic 
iii.i: ils own particnlar ivpe of wine. l"oi- e\aiii|p|e. the 
Santa Chira \.ille,v \ iiie\ard, ow in;: lo iis iiecnliar soil and 

riiniate. is hest ada|iled lo ihe iHodnclii f llie i'.iiimimly 

lyiie; the Soiionra and Xajia valley vineyards |irodnce the 

liest Sailtertle type ami so on. The lllmcisl cai-e is exercised 

ill pickiiijL' :nid criishinu the urapcs and onl\ ilie liiiesl and 

most lierfei-t lierries are used ill Ihe |il'odncl ion i<\' Ihe 
W illes. 

Ol f lile .Ulcalest I'aclors in llie success of Ihe Alia 

N'isia W ilies has hceil the loeal olliees. ( »Ver seven .\cais auo 

]»arlors (I and II in the I'alace lloiil were secured as a 
]ierinaiieiit oHice hy .Mr. Dinmoie and Ihe iCjistcrii quests 
sto|.|iin.u al ralifornia's inrejitcsi caravansary are iiitro- 
diii-ed to ( "alifornia's famous wines. The parlors are 
siiinpiiioiisly fninishiij in Orieiilal siyleand nothiiii: has 
lieeii left iimhnie lo make llie rooms so coy.ily invitiiii; thai 
every visitor is relmiani to take his leave aflei- jiartakinu 

of the hospilalilv ami oljiei- ihinus more sedllclive olTeled 
liy .Mine Host Dililiiole. 

The Alia \'isia mana.uemeni make a specially of as 
sorted cases for easiein shipimni ami have met wifli 
•rreal success in ihai line. .Mr. Dinmoie leaves for .Mexico 
in :i few days lo place a.uciicies in I'resideiil Dia/.' domain. 



The ehief alcohols of coiiiinerce are ellivl oi- jiiaiii alco- 
hol, nieihyl or wood alcoliol, and aiii.vlic <>r slarcli alcoliol, 
or fusel oil. of potato spirit oil. Aiii,\ljc alcohol is alwa.vs 
pieseiii ill llie products of alcoholic reriiieiital ion, and 
most aliiindanil.v so in Ihe prodml from fernieiiled pota- 
toes. I 111 pure w liiskv contains ii, ami ii acts, like iiiei hylic 
alcohol, as an acl ive irrilanl poison. It is an oil,\, ctdoiless 

liipiid. of a siroiiji idVeiisiv lor. and hiiriiiii.i; acrid taste, 

and readily dissolves iodine, sulphur, phosphorus, fats, 
resins, and camphor. Wood alcohol is used in Ihe arls to 
make varnishes, and as a i;eiieial solvent. In (Sreal I'.ril- 
ain il is mixed with ri;:lii parts of ^raiii alcohol, and lliis 
pri>diii'l is designated melh.vlaled s|iiril, and admilletl 
dniv lice. Tiiis iiii.xt lire is considered unlit as a lievi'rauc, 
Inn used liv artisans and cheinisis. To lesi for wood alco- 
hol in .uraiii or ethyl alcoholie licvera^cs, one uraiii <)f po- 
lassiiim perinaiiunnaie is diss(dvcd in a n ounce cd' <lisl tiled 
water, and len drops of ihis solniion. when ailded lo four 
llnid drahiiis of pure alcohol, w ill hold the pink lolor pro- 
duced al least len iiiiniilcs hefoic il fades. If, however. 10 
|ier CI 111 of wood alcohol lie conlaimd in llie lii|nor. almost 
iniinediatel V a pale liiow ii lint is iirodnced. (»f coiir.<e, 
organic admixliire lo lesled whisky or lirandy wmilil iiiler- 
I'efe somew ha I w i I li I li is lesl , as llie periiia n^a iial e is read- 
ily decomposeil liv organic mailer. 

Wood alcohol has lieeii used in medicine as a reiiiedv for 
consiimpl ion. Inn has not exercised a ciiralive inlliience. 
An iinpnrilied prodnei would conlain traces of creosott' 
and lar. and i liese remedies liav e am ise]ii ic propeil ics, and 
hence Would lie res] loiisi 1 lie for Ihe appareiii anii-emelic 
and ani il nlierciilar etlccis of ihe alcohol. A pure nclhyl 
alcohol is a iiarcolic and sedative, and no doiilii a power- 
ful paralvsanl. lis poisonous aclioii is chietly directed 
loward llie heai-t and liraiii, aciini; p.rulialily as a niolor- 
di'iHcssanl and llieii as a cereliral sedalive. It readily af- 
I'ecls a weak lieaii, ami far more (|iiickly ilian ordinary 
.ilcolml. Ileiice ils I iiliie uutiliK'ss for doineslic coiisuiU]i- 
lion as an iimieilieiii of lieveraucs and as a tiiedicitie. — 
•■//,-^////." 



Pacific Copper Works 



Wood Alcohol Whisky and Wine. 



Mirrmi,. or mdlivlie alchol, pyrox.vlic s|iiril. w 1 
>^l'iiii of vv I alcohol, oi- wdod naiihtha, isolitaitied 

l>y des|ru<-(ive disi iihil ion from wood. When pure and 
iniiuixed \vitli waler. il is a clear, colorless, inohile liipiid. 
of Iiol. iiun.ueiii lasie. and a peculiar characterisl ic dis- 
a.sircealile odor. 1 1 mixes readily to a clear solution willi 
water and alcohol, am] cheinisis have recently succeeded 
in placiii.ii an almost odorless luoductioii on the market, 
which is scarcely disi in^uishahle from ordiiniry or .ui-ain 
alcohol, the chief consiittieid of all intoxicatinji heverai-cs. 
It hnrus readil.v, alihouj.h with a duller flame; its vajxir 
irritates the eve, and its solvent imwer is almost identical 
with that of pure alcolml. 




RRR RTl MISSION STREET 

OUO JId SAN FRANCISCO 

L.WAGNER&SONS 



This sketch represents our LATEST 
IMPROVED CONTINUOUS BRANDY 
STILL. It has the ailvantat;c (iver all 
others through its simplicity, saving cf 
heat, fuel, water and labor. \Ve also nianu- 
faiture Pasteurizers and Wine Fillers, and 
all kinds of Copper and Brass work for 
Wineries and Distilleries, of the highest 
standard ; also all work for Breweries. 



Fui't/ier Info) iiiiitiiDi <;i: eii upon Afip/italion 

Gold and Silver Medals awarded at 
Mechanics' Fair and Midwinter Exposition 



PACIFir WTNF. AND SPIRIT RKVIKW 

— ^ "The Genuine' c. 



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\ blind man 
cannot see 

Vignier's 
Label 

but he can tell 
by the taste of 

the WINE 

whether the 

L\BEL 

is on the bottle 

or not 



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Our l()bel 

guarantees 

the (|utilil\. 
\M stand behind 

the 1 a()el 

ei\\\\ our standinc) 

is based on 

37 \ears 

of honest 



and fair 
dealing. 



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PACIFIC winp: and spirit review. 

Olives and OiK 



..lives will linl Itf pressed lieluie I lie end (if Jaiiiian, 11»0G. 

••'J'lie olives i.f sniillieni Italy, sniillieni Spain, Alj^cria, 

and Tunisia, are fieiierally pressed in <lie nionlli of Noveni- 

I.er. 'riie ennle oil from tin- several loealilies nienlioued 

oNsri. MriCIMIV. of Monleaux. reports, in resi.onse j^ ^Lipped to i?ord.-anx and stored in vanlis vvl.ieli are 



1^1 AI.IIV AMI (atOWTll IN IKANCK. 



lo.in in.piir\. iliai wliile olives are noi urow n wiiliin )^,.p, .,, .,,1 ,.v,.,,iv warm lemperatnnv A lew ol' liie most 

the limits of the Kordeaux consular distriel, ilie poll ol' reimtaiile of (lie packers never Mend or adiiilerale llieir 

Uordeaux is consid.-re.l tli.' world's principal markei lor oils, iiiisiin- to careful tilteriiiu and extraordinary can- 

.. ., .-.^.j^. in niani|)iilation for tlie (piality id' llieir iirodncts. Some 

' '■ '" ■ '' ^^" ''■' , . , , , , .1 »{ the i.a<-kers Idi-nd liie .lilVerent oils, the result Iteing 

••It is sl..,W 11 l.y the records ol the consulate thai the ex- ^^ ^^^^J^^ ^.^^ ^^^^^^ ^^_^^l ^^^ ^^^^_^^ ^^^_^^|.^^. ^^^^^^ ^,^^^.^^^. ^,^,^^^^.^ 

j.orl of olive oil from ihis poit lo the I tilled stales in tin- ^,,. ,,,^. p;„kers use -peanut n\V to a consideral.le extent as 

liscal year ended .Inne;?(l. IIM).".. anionnied to the very con .,,, ;,,i,iiieran(, hut it is hy mi means either dangerous or 

siderahle sum of .S"?:!"_'.4!"l.;'4. iiml f'"' I'l"' quititer ended harmful. American 'Cotton-seed oil' is also used liy some 

SepieiiiI.er :'.(». l!Ml.'->. s7.-,.(;s.-...")-J. The liiiest (|iiality (.f olive unscriiptilons i»ackers, and it is prohal.le that owinj;- to 

i.il i^< th-.t pr.Mluc.d east of ('.•It.-, alonu the French .Medi- »!"' ^I""'' 1'"="">f <-''"l' "f -^f'-i''^' "''•"•" ""' '""^ "'' ^^'''•■'' 

,...,., coiiiiirv the pi'aiiiil oilis produced I. a urcaler iinani il V of 

lerraiiean coasi and lla lan troiilief. liein<: known as ' , ■, , i n i i i ,i ,i , 

' ''■ collon-seed oil lliaii iisiial will In' |ilaccd on llie iiiarkel 

•llnile de Xic..; Kankiiiu next in <|nalily comes liie oil ,„;,^,|,„,,,„|i„„ ,,^ .,,1 i„, ,,ii; 

prodiice.1 in lialy. li is km.wii nnd-M- Narioiis names. ,.^^ ^^^ ^l^^, p.-o.-ess of lilieraiion w liicli ilie cude oil 

taken fieneraily from the jdace where ilie lA'wf is uiowii. imderiides, I have found ii siiii]il.\ iiiipnssilile lo-el detinite 

Then comi- the Siianish oil. consideieil ihird in jioiiii of infoi'mation. ICai-li iiarker has his own sysiein of lillera- 

(pialilv. and the oil of Al-<'ria and Tunisia, whiili are of lion and he -iiards his seci<' si jealously. I ha\c 

■ilil\ The o|i\es "low II in I'raiice. failed to ascerlaiii I lie nal nre of i he lilierinu material, for 

I iiiaie of the packers care to disclose I he seciei of their hns- 

illess. The lesiillllim id' ll il after the lillefinji is nsed 



soniewliai interior ipi 

norlheiii Italy, and norlheiii Spain ate usually presse 

toward the end of Decemher or early in .lamtary. Owiiii:. 



r Inhricat infi' piir|ioses. and is also nsed in ilie niaiinfac 
however, to the iiiifavorahle weather conditions of liie j.asi ,,|,,,. ,,j- ^,,.,j,^ which api>ear on the market as •made fnni 

few months, which relanled developmelll, Ilie I'relicll |inre olive oil.' '' 






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Police Commissioners Waking Up. 



A 'I' ,1 111 ilil liiri 
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Mile-and-a°lialf Law Constitutional. 



■I inu "I I III- I'lil irr ( 'iiiiilll issinlins, ;i(i in 
III IcrclTlicr III |-fSl;ilir;llllN lll:ll liiilkc 
liil^ilirss (if scl\ili;; dliliUs williniit fund Mini :ll I lie Sillll 
I inn- |i;iviiii; niily ;i icsi;iiir;iiil ki-ci"'!'- liiriisr. This : 
niir nf ilii- I'iiiik <>\ils ili:il li;i\i- I'xislcd ill tliis lilv r< 
\i;irs ;illd cnlisl il lllis nlir nf llir lii;lll\ ll.ndslii [is I lie Vi 



ACC((|;|HN<; I., till- iv.ilil iliii>.ii.li III .llld-r Crsrnnl. ,;|j| |i,,,,n|- i|c;ilrls li:i\r In cndlllT. Tile lil'VIKW li:ls f. 
nlllir Sn|.rlin,Cn,ul i.r N;,|.:i Cnunl.V. Ill.-l;n\ rn:..! srvillll Vi-;lls .Mll.d illlinli III!' hiwi.ss IMMIIIirr i 



wllirli lllcsc liiilinl- lr>l;llll:illls illc cnlid llcl I'd illld llMS il 



:M llif hisl l.i'i^ishiliin-, IllilkitlU il IIIiImw fill In S<-ll lii|llni' 
W it hill niH' mill- il lid il llilir nf iili\ St ill I' ilislitlltinll. is cnli- 

siiinii ,1. Th- inri.siin. «iis Irsh-d l.v ili.. si,lnnii„i,.,i nf ^i^"'' "'='" ""•> ''I"" '' ''-""•'"■'I l'i-..l->l V. In Ihc eu 

Vnlllilvill.-. whn wrlviinvslid ri-irniidll. liiio silhinlis wilh H':'! I hr sil Innmiiii n li,. |.|n|.Mlrd ill his iiiiilll. Snme. 

ill the |iI-i>S( rilird lihlills nf Ihr 'tnllllM illi' SnldiiTs' ilnliir. lllcsc |ilil(CS dc|iciii| ll|in|| llii s;dc nf slmrl dlillks In IllilK 

The tcsl ciisc Wils lllildc mi hiiliciis rn|-pils nil I lie ;:rnlllld Ihrir lilisilirss, lllr reslilllliilil l.nllinli lii'iliu seinlliiill-.V cnl 

(hill Ihr hlU Uiis s|,.ii:il iinil disrlilliillill in- l.-isl;i I imi ^i,,,,,..,, The I iirlis.. nf I lirsr .nllirnis dn.s iml pinvii 

illld thill il disi'l'iliiiliiilrd lulwi'i'll tin- Snhlicrs' llnuic ill 



Vnlllllville illld the Snjdirls' lliiiiiriil Sillllil .M nil iiil - hnl h 

ill lllis Siiitr; illld fiiiilici- ihiii the Cmisi it iil inn nf Ciilifiif 



I'm- ilif s:ih> nf drinks wiilimii inriils. iiiid if ilir ('mnnii 

sinlins WnllJd disciplilli' snnic >i( llicsr nllVlldrfS il wniil 



ni:i i.rn\id.'Sin:iiiiisi siirriiil illld .liiss h-ishilinii. ''"' ■' 'A^'--'^ iiciirlil In III,- li-iliiniilc li(|iinr dciilci- iiiid iil^ 

The Cnni-I Innk till' \ ii'W lllill •"il is williin tile |)n\\i|-nf < nnicl :ili (•\il ijlill is mil n||l\ wide lull ^inwinu. 

Ihc I..-ii;islillnir In iiiilki- sll'li liiws fnr sillll |.lir|n>S('S." These men w III. dclilieiiilciy \inliile the lilW sllnlllil I 

Tilis will nndnnl.l.div Icild m scinns imilldiciil inns in |„||lisl,ed hv the leViHiH inn nf liieil- lieense. jnsi liie Silll 

s the lii|iiiir ilciiler wmild lie. slimild he llv in the fiice i 



snniC seetiiins nf the Slilte. ;is the enemies nf I jic IniHj 

will I hnl fnnt" iiftel-illl ileillel> w lin iiii^hl |inssihlv In 

l>rnllj;ht within the srope lif lllis liiw. ( »f rnlirse the r;isr 
will lie rilffied In I he Sll|ireine < 'mill nil iilipeili. w llirli ni;i\ 
pnssililv l-exelse the decisimi. At ihe liesi, ImwcMT. Illi 
mil I'lnk i- imi eiii-mifiiuinL;. 



ilie hiw iiml ihe ( "miimissiiiiiers iind defv iheiii, iis is doi 

li_\ resliinriinl-keelieis. We linpe ihis nin\e|iieill will d 
M'inp inin il elllSilde liuililisl siieli limises illld I hill il will 1 
ciiii-ied mi iiiiiil lliee\il is el iiii i Hilled. 



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Cdlifornid 
Liquor Dealers' Association 

Regular Meetings on the first 
Thursday Afternoon of each month, at 

B'NAI B'RITH HALL 

121 EDDY STREET 



WILLIAM CLACK, Rec. Secty. 
1946 Market Street 
San Francisco, Cal. 



DON R. DUNBAR, President 
901 Larkin Street 

San Francisco, Cal 



The Splendid Ferry Cafe. 



'' I AliOE (»aks liuin little acorns ni-ow" i-iiii8 the timc- 
1—/ worn axioiH, Imt it has not bi'iMi due to acorns or 
any other squirrel footl that two of San I'ranciseo's most 
popular and successful pur\ivors in His Majesty, Mr. 
Tliirsty Citizen, have Iteeii enabled lo o]>en the tinesi cafe 
in the West. Courteous treatnieiit, jjoods of exceptional 
quality and a luncii counter iiroaniiii; with the best the 
market afforded were all iini)ortant faciors in buildini;- 
uj) the business of the Ferry Cafe until (he i;rowth of the 
city and the increasing number of patrons made it incum- 
bent upon .Messrs. (i. H. Kilborn and .1. lOmmett llayden 
to seek finer and larger (juarters. 

On the 18th of November, after many months of careful 
and i>ains(aking labor, the doors of the "Greater Ferry 
Cafe" at IV2 Market street were thrown oj)en to the ]>ublic. 
There have been saloon oi)enings since the days of "Bac- 
chus,"' but it is safe t() .say none that comiiiaii(]<'(] so much 
attention on the i>art of a discerning public. No city in 
the Union can boast of a finer jilace and it is safe to pre- 
dict that Ihe Ferry Cafe is destined to become one of the 
show places of San Francisco; a resort entitled to as prom- 
inent position in the guide books as the Fnited States ;Mint 
or the Seal Kocks. 

To the genius of one of our inosi pioniiiiciil local archi- 
tects, Mr. Albert I'issis, is due the concej)! ion of liiis palace 
of art and to (he Uruuswick-Halke-Collender Co. the exe- 
cution of his ])laiis. How well architect and builder have 
succeeded can be be((er understood by a visit to (he place. 

Located in (he new Terminus Hotel btiildiug, a few 
doors above the former location of the saloon, the host of 
l)atrons will siillcr no inconvenience by the change. Al- 
though following no ]iarticular type of architecture, yet 
there is a decided leaning toward the Frencii Kennais- 
sance in the general decorative schenu". Fast India ma- 
hogany, A'ermont J'avonnay.zo and a genuine tajtestry 
frieze have been so harmoniously blended as to give more 
refinement and distinct ion nml less uhii'e and brass than 



( liaiacii-rizcs iIm' usual saloon. ".^ draw ing looni wilh bai 
ai i.iilimiMi" apily cxpnssrs ihc ri'sull acliii'Ncd li\ lln 
ai'< hiiiTi. 

Till' lloni- is of mosaic and ilic iiiling siucco, delicalcl; 
(iiitrd in piidi, green ami gold. 

.\ I'calinc McNcr before seen on llie eoasi is a lile draii 
in fronl of (he bar in which Ihiws a eonliiiuous sli-eam o 
fresh \\a(er, (hereby doing away with the unsighdy am 
iinsanilary cuspidors. 

.\n ins(au(aneoiis eleeiiie \\a(ei' healer for lioi drink: 
and eleeirieally hea(ed chafing dishes on the him li lonute 
are oihei' of (he no\-el(ies. The drain board nj ihe fi'on 
bar is made en(ii-ely of (ierman silver illuniinaled by j 
mull ilnde of elecd'ic bulbs concealed under the counter. 

Immediately olT of (he main bar room is the loungin; 
room, finished in mahogany and marble. A uuissive tire 
pl.iee, I!oliemian haml-i;irveil chairs and Tuikish rug: 
make ii an ideal place for (he busy merchant oj' (Ik 
lii-ed suburbanile to while a\\a,\- a U'w spare moinenls. 

The ihaiideliers and ^\all braeke(s are of (he mosl im 
proved jiadern. A facsimile of (he I'nion Ferry statioi 
in be\cled leaded glass in (he front window above the en 
Iranee is mosl iiiiii|iie and arlisiie. 

.Messrs. Killioin and lla.\den lia\c been busy acei-plin; 
llie eongral ulal ions of llieir iiian\- j'rieiids on Ihe oiienin; 
of the neT\ resort. \o raise in prices is contemplated an( 
;i new feature is Anheiiser IJusch li<>er on draughl. 1( i 
(he intention of Ihe maiiagi'meiit to open a (irst -class wafth 
and eolTee i)arlor at the site of llie old cafe. 






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Spent Over the Bar. 



Till-; su.-,|.iii- 
wilh icfi'lrlii 
lindiciiiiil rcilii|M)nilil>. Ilinis uiil In li;i\i' :i Innpliolc wiliill 

will cviiliiiliv iii:ik<' it |)l:irl iciillv i ii<i|.(i:il i\ i llif filf<' 

III' ii. Tile (lni,ii;;isl li:is ilir Imsi i-ii.I ..I llir |in.]M)sil iitii. 
;is it is liiilili- |iitssililc r<il- llilll In s<i -ildiii'" his ;ilrci]iniii' 
rulii|Mi|lll(|s willi lliinillcss illLilcilirllls .1*- In lilill.U I lirlll 

IT is ;i |.iiili.:i.l w Ih. is mi:ililc l<i inni|>ii'luiicl lli;il imMicy liillv williiii iln' iiii-;i hi iiu of ilir iiTiii ■'iikmI i<i ii:i I cuiii- 

s|n-!il I'oi- iiiiMliiii;: riilicr in llir line >>( Inxmics <>v ' |iniiiicl."" 

iiciTssilics is noi Icisi. Oh iIh- nilicr IiiiihI il is ll is imH i he inhni inn 1.> i rmi diiiuuisls :is I Ii.' I iiiiiii.il 

just s nil in ■} ki'|.i in ciiiiihit inn. llirfdiv iliv ( nni> |)iii;ii nl I ir:it s 1 i.|Unr ilrnli-is. I liiit is. Ijikiiiji 

.•<liiniil;itinu Itmlr ninl ii.nnini if. When innnc.v is i Inin In sni|iiisc. hnt il seems I hr,\ ;iir in lie \ civ tenderly 

rnlireilled in i;il>.. s|n\e|.i|)es nr nid slines il is relifcil li;indled. I'nf i lisl ,Mli-e, it w i II l>e I lie l.lisi Iiess nf I he 1 III CV- 

ffuin I'irrllhltinii :ind ;i lili;inri;ll sllill-enr\ Inllnws One n.'ll l;e\eline < ■nllrel.Ms In secnic snilll.les nf cuIiiIMIIIIkIs 

of Ihi' \eller;|lile leMs .d' ill.- innjessinii illld r:ldir;ll lelil ile.m ihe din--isl. 'I'liese will lie lilllllly IIIKll.V/.ed liV 

lier;ini-e wnrkefs ;llid ul'il It I'l's lieilTS nil llle flirl lli;ll :l I' inle S:i in. When i I is 1(111 lid I li:i I 1 lie n Irnlml ic mm | inll lid 

liiJIinii ;iiid .-I hnir d.dhifs nie nnniiallx e.\|ieiided in drink emnes w iiliiii ilie rnliiii:. ilieii ihe driii:.uisl w ill lie w.inieil 

ill this .■niiiitr.x. Tliis inniiex. ..r eniifse, is Jill llirowii JlWiiy llmt i I' he ihei-ejll'ler s.lls sinh ;i e Iinlind he will lie 

ri-nlll their st;md|inilil. Nnw il llilist lint he Inl'iinl I ell llnil li;llde In | he s| leeiji I l,l\ cd' llle I i(| llnr de;l ler. 

there is lint llllleh llinle llnill this iininlllll < d' 1 'V ill lll<' All nl' wlli<h lli;ikeS llle nilill^ Wnllhless. 

entire lllited Stiltes. 'riiel'el'nre. il llle s.llnnil IINIII w:is 

piiid lli.it liuni-e hist \i;ii;iiid il w;is niniiex .1 li fnw 11 ;i\\:i> The Wiindef r.iew itiji' ("d. is still exteiidim: its linsiness 

illld Inst nil wll.ll, lil;i\. did tile rest id llie |(en|ile iln Inis in llie i 111 etinf. The hllesl I'll! el'prise is tile ]iUl-rli;lse id' 

ilicss'.' Is il Iinle\iilelll llml lllisillnlleV Weill lllil lell i ll,U nil llle linlllillL; Wnlks ;l In 1 lenllv id L. -I. Sell 111 illl , i d' l'el;t- 

llinniLrll Ihe nillks nl' e\er\ If.lile. lirnl'essinn jilld lilisi liess'.' Iiinm. We 11 lldersl :i lid llii' |ihllll will he I linfnu;:lily nnxl- 

The ninliev llnil pnsseil n\er I he li;ir id' :l siilnnil is JllllldSt ils erilized and Used Inr llie li:i lulling i d' I lie lame ins W II III ler 

<|iiirkly passed nut a^aiii in ]ia.\iiieiit id' sniiie nlher liills lni r. in llial seiiimi. 

Ilial llie dealer I t.ntraeled. It percolates tlirou-li a si ore 

of tradesiiicii in llii- same day and kce)is nil like llle niniiini: (Ins I!ellnier, of the Alcazar Cafe, adjoiniiiiii- the lohhy 

lirnnk fnrexef. The sa Inmiiiia II l;<'I>^ ;i liare |ierieiila.^c id' il id' llle Alcazar Tliealer. lias enjoyed an cxcidleni Inisiness 

and the same live-dollar Idll may in the same day liL;iirc during Ihe past season, and reports every! hi ii^- inoviii;: 

vitally ill the atl'airs of a dozen dillereiit pen|de. If a Idl .ilmiL; willi exceiii imia I sal isfaci ion. lie is coiitcniiilal iiij; 

lion ami a half is expended every year in drink il simply ihe makiiii: nf imprnxemenis wliiidi. if c;irricd out accord- 

sliows what a t reiiieiidons fadoi ihe Inisiness of mailing. ini: lo his pl.-ins, will make his esialdishmeni oiii' of tlic 

ilistilliiiii and w itiein.-ikiii.i; lias lieconie in lliis coiuiiry mesi ai I rail i\ e .i ml piotilalde of any in llieciiy. 

and llial if it were destroyed a lialidiil tiiiamial panic 

would come upon the land ten times scxeicr lliaii the l.oiiis I'oiilancl. of llie Cosmos (";ifc. Coinincrcial and 

crashes of IS'.i::, U mm mnl >'/;(/// \< lis. .MonlUolliery slleets. is one of the most elU'I'iiclic and ('11- 

leiprisiiiL; yoiiiii: nieii ill llle irade. lie has cstalilislied a 

( »ne of the liest conducted and most successful relail i^ooil Inisiness where il \\;is ihonuhi an iinpnssildc tliiiii; 

lii|iior places in .Marin coiiiily is tlie Sei|noia. sitiialed in to do .ind has Ion;: liad ihe satisfaction of iiiviiii; the had 

Mill N'.illey. This is the only l>ar in llial pict iiresi|iie sec piopheis llie Imid hiiiuh. His latest piece of enterprise is 

tioii and it eiijo\s an exceptionally tine trade. The ]iro- the frescoing of the main ceiling of his |dace. (hxiiiii- f<> 

prieior is -l*'',. lirady. who was fur many years ;i pojnilar the fad that il is a series id' arches, ii res]ionds to the 

coiidinior on the Xorili Shore Koad, rniinin;: lo .Mill artist's loiicli \rv\ readily. Il is linislied in iieiiiral liids 

\'alle.\. II is aide assisiaiii is dai k Itrowii. who was for (d' ui';iy a inMd nr. rel ie\ ed liy L^racefiil spra_\ s of How crs a ml 

lon^- coniiecied wilh the liars on the Saiisalito ferries. greens. I he ui'in'i'n I effect lieiiii:; art isl ic and pleasiiiL;. 






"IT'S THE WATER!" 



Are Yo ur Beer Sales Small? 

If so, perliaps \ ou are handling a beer that your 
customers do not like. .* ^>>t If you would sell 



Olympia Beer 



you would have no cause of complaint at this season of the year, for everybody 
like.s it and most people will have no other after they have once tasted it. 

Send in a trial order and see if " Olj'mpia " does not please your trade better 
th;.-.- :in\ other beer von ever handled — The water makes the difference ! 



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Olympic Beer Co. 



m 

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1423 Sansome Street, San Francisco, Cal. | 

F>hon* .■Main 1-46 « 



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PACIFIC WINK AM) SPIRIT REVIEW. 






— BOB KERN'S = 

rORMlB PBOCM lion 0» TmI \*Hn.lH<lTOh. LO* AN(i(t«ai 

^ B(>uquet B^ir and Qrill vjc 



Swelfest 3flJday Lunch 
in the Citv 



Phnnr MAIN 1316 



OPPOSITE PALACE HOTEL 
634 MARKET STREET 






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11 tail 






Ihc OLd.Rcllcih/rflnnr.C '" 




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. Jy^ ZG'ZQ MAIN STUEET. "^ ' 

->M-^^5^- ^^^ FRANCISCO. CAL." ^ ,^^^, 



R II 
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■ 90 (*io^ > s*«^S'St « * at $t tt » Mcx irC^c < , 9 i- if X*i- i* s ^ ici»c^'. 



Cbc flicazar Cafe 



GUS BELLMER 



!J 114 O'Farrel l St 



SAN FRANCISCO 



PmOM j'MCI 



IL. 



■ « «■• > r» — *— xaoe^-; 



t »g t':*y . '*' . '^ •-« 



JAMES P. DUNNE 
& CO. > > -^ > 




FINEST WINES and LIQUORS 
a Specialty 






Ellis anj II Streets 

Market and Eddy Streets 
San Francisco, Gil. . . , 



I'l k'l \ r. \ 

iiHAI'l: Bk^^l>\ 

Srn^lor IrUad Sl«nli»d < 
llolllxl al IW lli>lill«>> 




■ )mn Slim 

(H C SItOL 

J. r. PLAGCMANN 



SIIBI BROS. & PI AGINANN 

wine iind liquor Mcrch<inis 

S4in I r;invU>o. C«l 



lOltJt t i.TOMt 



rasp •r*rb« 



WlCHMflN, UUTGEn & CO. 
-W- Wines and Liquor^ 



Gilt Edge Whiskies 

.itui >i I ,iittr> .-t. San rrnncisco. Cal. 

TCkC^MONC. Main 0900 



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PACIFIC WINE AND SPIRIT REVIEW. 




Adulterated Spirits in Enjjiand. 

MM. .KtllN .). STIM'IIKNS. \ i, c .■..iisul :il I'lviimiil 1). 
i;iit;l:iml, w rites ri'^nnlini; llic iiiliilli'i-:il inn nf liraiidy 
iiiiil ollu'i- spirits ill IjiLjlaiid. llcs:i\s: 

Tile iiirtliiij Itv wliicli IhmikIv is atlnllciali'il lias jiisl 
lu'i'ii pulilislicd liv a prniiiiiiciil linn of lii-ainlv (listilit-rs. 
tlic olijcrl liciiii; In inil llic puldic on uiiaril. So jrt'iicral 
has iM'cdiiii' this juaii ice of adiillci-atiiiii si)irits, I'spccially 
brandies, thai ]iiiliiiiaiis now display in their places of Inis- 
inoss a siv;n that they do not miaraiilee tlie <|\ialiiy of 
brandy tliey sell. Adiiileiation hejian with the failure of 
the urape harvests in the Cojinac districts in 1870, and al- 
tboimh the jtrodiietioii of tine hraiidy has d(H'reas(»d the 
sliipnieiits of sup]iosed hrandy lia\e coiil iiined to increase. 
At first silent spirit i^raiii or ]ioiaio spirit i was aihh'd 
to "lenuine lirandy ^o make up the slioilat^e. 'I'liis was 
found a payinij husiness. 

Later on a concoction of silent spirit, roloicd and flav- 
ored to rosenihle hrandy, was sold. The j)rodiiction was so 
cheap that the genuine distillers have, of course, been seri- 



ously injured, .\diilteration is thus at work in all but the 
best brandies, since jiali'nt or plate stills take the ]>lace of 
the old jHil stills by which abme bi-andy had become 
famous. I'.raiidv as a popidar drink has ijiven jilace to 
whisky, 'riinui^li llie same fault, adulteration, practiced 
uioi'e in tli(>pas( than al present, Irish whisky lost the mar- 
ket to Scotch whisky. TIk' iirincipalcoiist it in-nts of brandy 
— ethylic alcohol — is the same ab'fihol as that ]ireseiit 
in jiin, rum, pure whisky, and all fei'menled iie\crajies, so 
that the only chemical means of dist inj;uisliinj; a f;enuine 
from a tictil ions brandy consists in tlm qnaiilitative est ima 
lion i<( ihe ciiliei' constilueiits of jienuiiie bianil_\ within 
ib'liiiiiely ascertained limits. These bodies occur in rela 
ii\ely small projiortioiis, hence their identification anil 
esiimatioii lias until (|uile recently been a matter of con- 
siderable (lilTictilty. 

Mine Ih.m. W..bber. of the Chronicle bar. ti44 Market 
street, liasa Iciiit imate kick comiiii;. Not because business 
is not holdinji' uj) at the same old strenuous rate, but that 
beautiful ceilini;' of Ihe main roinii has been ruined. The 
tire which nearly destroyed tlie Chronicle buildinji on the 
iiiiiht of the recent election I'csulted in a flood of water, 
which al one time was three iiiclies deep on llie I'looi-, TJic 
ceiling, which was com]deted not lonj; aiio, was one of the 
haudsomesl in Ihe cil_\-. It must now be done over and at 
Mr. \\'olil(ei's expense. Hence his I'iuhf <o register a kick 
al his bad luck. 






::^;^;^;^:^ 



The E. G. Lyons & 
Raas Co. 

ESTABLISHED 1852 

HIGH GRADE CORDIALS 



549-551 
Mission Street 



San Francisco. 
Cal. 



DISTILLERS 
OF . . . 




-ESTABLISHED 1852 . .ESTABLISHED 1852 

^^^ PURE FRUIT BRANDIES j#^^ 
PURE FRUIT SYRUPS ^^^^" 

Pine Apple in Maraschino Cherries in Maraschino 

OUR SREC^IAUTIES 

PURE FRUIT BRANDIES 
Raspberry 
Strawberry 
Pine Apple 
Apple 
Peach, Pear 
.\pricot 
Cherry 
Blackljerry 

Superior to the Imported— We guarantee our Fruit BRANDIES, CORDIALS ana SYRUPS to be made of Pure Californii 
Iruits. No artificial flavor.'; or colors are used. They are distilled by latest process and thoroughly matured before being bottled. 




PURE FRUIT CORDIALS 


CREMES 


PURE FRUIT SYRUPS 


CURACAO 


Raspberry 


Vaiiill.i 


Raspberry 


(Uanf;e Bitter 


Strawberry 


Rose 


Strawberry 


Maraschino 


Apricot 


Violet 


Pine Apple 


Pousse Cafe 


Peach 


Moka 


Orange 


.•\nisette 


Pear 


Cocoa 


Lemon 


Cassis 


Blackberry 


MENTHE 


GRENADINE 


Kirsch 


Cherry 


Nov.iux 


Orgeat 


Bernardine 


Pine Apple 




Blackberry 





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WHERE TO GET GOOD THINGS TO DRINK AND EAT. 

Vf A 



.lOHX .1. KREISS 



^iMAioirr Hh;i.Mi«Nr mn mihiv .vni. a^ii •■< u%i. 



iiM MorrriJOMKwv !*r. 



■iAV KHAVC'tm-o. fAI.. 



Market Cafe 



'(omi R()>\i " 

A Mightv lirMiir 



MOr 11 S( HI ON 

At S ,1. III. D.iilt 



GOUAILHARDOU CD. RONDEL 

Proprietor* 

"iUt MiTihanl Street S„ii lr>iniiv:o 



>».f.;..S..i.,i.v.V.»..V.ii.,%..'i.Jl.Jt., 



jplf*'*yfyf'4fyfyf^¥'V.SMf'^Jfy?*^^?*•-s^s•i'*^)p**'•¥■v'S'!?*^SMf*^ 



J. F. PLUMEL 

31 Eddy Street 

Formerly IS Stockton St. Tel South 755 



IMPORTER OF 

Bordeaux Wines, Fine Brandie.* 

and OliNc Oil 



KOLAKINA 

... Sole I'neifie Con-t Aernts lor ... 

VAN DEN BERGH & CO. 
... O I >, S ... 



l-.%-A..%-''.C->.5'.^-i'.^'5' 




ANDY DIBBLE 



ClH UlcrM't 
TIncjt Ciqucrs 



The Lacey 



(tppctiic 



i>AIN RRAPS'CISCO'S WOST .\\.A< l.XII I CI :.X r <;\l.<)(>^ 



l»H(>>.i: Hl'SI-S 7.-\o 




61>'l MAKhl I SlkHT 




JACK. 5 1 Aht-UKi. 

F' r o p f i r t • > r 



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ri^JF WINEA AND LIQUORA 

¥ 
S. E. Cor. Crtliforni»\ nnd Bi\tter> St».. Ann Frnncimco i 



f#^^C = 



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PACII'IC WINK AND SPIRIT RKVI?:W. 

Thankful Webfooters. 



The Trade (lot Their Hayor. 



Till", l.i-i'w iii^i jiml lii|iii>r iiitcn-sis uf Orc^itm can nliscrvc 
'l"li:inks;,'iviii;.' I »;i.\ iliis \i:ir with bcttt-r finite than 
iwtiM- iiioiillis ■.[•^K. Ai iliis liiiic last year, Ihc Anti- 
Sal 1,1 iiuiic and ilir I'luliiliiiimiists wiTc in liiftli fvatlicr. 

'I'licir Miw ti.v, I he l(i<al (ipiiiJii law, liad just cdnu' inlii 
their |ii)sscssiiiii. ami w ii li the incstific wiiicli it fiavc tlicni, 
iiii\ were iKit ciiil\ rallinj: I'l-uhiliitiiin elect inns all over 



Till; lei'lreiidM nC .Ma.vni' ScliHiilz was liiuhl.v satisl'ai- ||,,. siale, Imi wer,. spreailin;,' their inflnene.- ami llieii 

luiv Ilia larize inaj<irit.\ nl' llie Iraile, Ity reason of the slandei's so rajiidly that many <'ily CiMiiicils and pulilic 

fan that they pui forth their liest ell'orls in his behalf, li (■tlicials were fallin}^ under their sway. 

Is a well-known fad that His Honor has a very friendl.\ Today this is all ehan^icd. The .\ iii i-Saloon Lca,t;iie is 

feeliuii for the wine and lii|iior men, and he makes no run- micrly discredited. No suhsia iii ial Itiisiuess man in tli( 

eealment theretd'. .Indyinu from his jiolicy in lliepasi. the State (an l>e found who will opeidy ally himself with it, 

litMuu- men have just reason to e.\|>ecl that in so far as iiis 'I'l,,. elanmr cd' ilie I'rohihitionists has subsided. Tlu 

power li<'s, Mr. Schmilz will see to ii that his friends in fever id persecniion is dyinji down, and eM'rywhen 

the business shall be liiven fair treat menl. always provided there seems in lie a ilisjiosit ion on the jiarl of everybody 

thev are entitled to cousiderat ion. In ^i\(. in ihe liipmr merchant the same consideratiou, iK 

In this conm'ction it need onlv be said iliai ilie lepresen- mure and no less, which is shown to any other industry.— 

lative .saloon im-n of the city are Im-kini: for no more con- '/'/c l.ihi nil. 

sideration than the rejiresenlat i\e man in any other line 

of business. .\ll thev waul is to be protected fn>m the ap- The ("afe /inkand. remodeled, redecorated and refur 

jioiutment of anv I'ulice ( 'onimi.ssioner of the ilk of the nislied ai an outlay of nearly .I^L'ri.btMI. was reopened No 

ret-ent unlamented Howell and Huttiui, whose sole ollicial veiiiber Jd under the manafienu'ut of John Tait and (iusta\ 

ambition seemed to be to make trouble for any man in liie .Mann, late of Tail's fafe. Ziukand's is now one of tlu 

lit|inu- traftic who happened to liml il necessary in ciime nmsl. if not the most, elegant cafe west of New York, aui 

in strikiu" distance of them. ciim]>ares favorably in its arrauiicments and manajienien 

willi any similar institution in ilie I'nited States. J 

unii|ue fealure is the ])rivate teleplmiie service eonnectiuf 

CHAHLKS NKWAFAN. iiroiirieim- of the TJuss House. ,.;„.), table with every other and the outside world. Messrs 

has returned from the I'lasi. .Mr. .Newman went East T;ui\ M.xun & Ziid^and. |iropriet(n-s of this elejianl cafe 

some weeks a.i;o. armed with leiiers fiom .Mayor Schmitz have secured a number of the most experienced men ii 

and (iovernor Pardee, as the special representative of the iheir res|ieciive lines in San l-'raucisco — J. B. Tail as stew 

California Promotion Commiiiee in secure convent imis for ;nd. .\l]ihonse Seiller as clief, and Sam Lackland as nmn 

the metropolis of the West. .\s the fruiis of .Mr. New nuin's i,o,.r nf the wine department. — Catrrcr. 

trip the folliiwiuii coincnlinns have lieen secured: The 

Elks. :',(».0(HI members, .[une. IIMiT; \\ Imlesale l)ru,ui;ists, Messis. Twiuney & Miholovich re])oi-l the same monot 

September, litotl: .Milliner I'.uyers and I )ressmaker,s, Sep- oiKms condition of affairs — busim'ss never beiier. Theii 

teniber, P.HIC; the Internal imial \eliicle .Makers, May, famous "Yellowstone" bar is one of the few fortunati 

IlKKi; Sihersmiilis. .\piil. lIKlCi. 1 (uriii;; his trip Mr. New- jdaces of the kind in Ihe cily that can truthfully repor 

man met .Mayor 1 )unn of Cliicaiin and President l{oosevelt. business always iinnd. This is due to the high class o 

besides aihlre.ssini: fourieeii r.iianls of Trade of the larue jis ])a(rnns. Ihe i|ualily of ^oods served, the excellence o 

Eastern cities. While I'.asi he |ilaceil an m-dcr for ^I'b.lXMI ihe service, and last, bul not least, the popularity of tin 

worth of silver service fur his newcafe wii h Keed \; Parlou proprieims. The inniinued success of (he jdace is ful 

of New York. pronf nf the lad lliai Ihe cnmbinalion is a perfect one. 

@ CKLLAR5 AND VINEYARDS at Icaria. HeaWslmrg. Oover.lale. ami Ma^dronc, ^^om^^^ ® 



® 



CELLARS AND VINEYARDS »' '•-"ij. HeaUlsburg Clover.lale, ami Madrono, Sonoma Couuly 
and at Rullieiford and St. Helena, Napa County, California .... 

French-American Wine Co. 



SUCCESSORS TO CHAIX i. BERNARD 



PRODUCERS, GROWERS, DISTILLERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN 

CALIFORNIA WINES AND BRANDIES 

I'ure and Lnadulterated California Wines Our Specialty 

NEW ORLEANS DEPOT! 407 TCHOUPITOULAS STREET. W. D. SEYMOUR, AGENT 



1821 to 1841 Harrison Street San Francisco, Cal. ^ 

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PACIFIC WINE AND SPIRIT REVIEW ;( 

WHERE TO GET GOOD THINGS TO DRINK AND EAT. 

TEVENDALE & LINDSAY 



I S K lit) Ml«lk 
Sill llXUSt^ 



III \l 1 U-> IN 



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1 Fine W 



ines 




and Li( 



liquors 

lekphune UEU SO(><t 
Straight Goods Our Specialty > S.in FrancLsco, C»I 




TCLtPMOM BuSM 32 



MERCANTILE LUNCH 
1 I * M TO 3 P. M 



€o$!tio$ Cafe 

LOUIS FONTANEL PROP 

•WINES AND LIQUORS 




RoMF Harris 



133 MONTGOMERY ST. 



IIII.M I.KUliS 01 
MK^IMII IIUIOKN 



0<cMl<>alal HMH 



N. \\. Cor. Commercial and Montgomery Sts 

San )ran<isco, (ol. 



J 



Ahrens, Pein & Bullwinkol 

wmolCSAli: 

LIQIOR Ml R( II VMS 



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-t 'It 3 

020 I'OSI SI Kill 3 

Brt. lonrs and la>lor N\S IR<\(IS(U. CU. 



• 0L[ PROPniCTOMS 
RoT»l Sue lloui^mn iixl K)-«. 



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BREWING 



A. H. LOCHBAUM CO, 



125 King Street 



PMONt lOlO Main 



PALE EXPORT 
CULMBACHER 
PORTER 

COMPANY 



BOFFALO 

NEW BREW 
BOHEMIAN 

Sacramonto, Cal 
KENNEL CLUB WHISKY 



Unrivaled tor Purity, Flavor and Exc«ll«n««. 

The Hiv:hest (irade Bourhon 

Found on l- irst-C l ass Bars 

... . 307 BATTERY STREET 

RUscoNi & FISHER. ..pV.:...rc.... 




SAN FRANCISCO 



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I'ACll-IC WIXH AND SPIRIT REVIKW. 

PlKtbc Would Raisj the ^i^souri Lid. 



P' 



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llni:i'.|': W. cmsiNS liiis ^mic lu Si. l.niiis lr..iii Wil- 
nii. Kims., w lie IV slif liiis l)fcii spfiiiliiiji ii yi-.n- U<\- Iht 

lirallll. Imp Ihr slMcilll |MI|-|M.SC nf llcllMIlJi llU' Wnlll.Ml .if llic 

(icniiiiii AiiHiiciiii AlliiMicc ill ili'ii' tiulil ii.UMiiist (;..\cr • 

I'nik IIIkI "lllr li.l." 

•1 liavr tonic liciv Inadctl." s:ii<l .Miss Cniisiiis. "Wlial 

is it Vdii call if.'— loaded l<ir licarV— to liclit these ladies in 

m: saloniis ..(■ i.c.s (iatus will in fiumv l.c closed at iin-i,- (i-jht a<;aiiist this law, which is as uiivirliit)\is as it is 

six .■"chuk on Sundav afternoons, and until .Moiidn.v unjiisi. 



Los Qatos Putting On the " Lid." 



inoniiiiji. This movement was iniliatetl hv the saloonmeii 
and hotelkei'pcrs in order to stop the aiiiitatioii that was 
heinj; created for the passa.ue of an ordinance |uitlin;i: uii 
necessarv severe rej;iilalious on the Ifatlic. Tlie next eH'oil 
of ihe enemy will he the closinji <.f hats at 11 o'clock on 
(■vei\ week "day ni.uhl. mid of conrse. seciirinu ilial. tiie 
ncM thiiiir will he to strike lor prohihil ion. Sn.li peoj.le 

ha\ e no liel ler sense. 



••1 am not in t'a\tir of iiileiii|ieraiice, iindeisiand, hut I 
am against the lit! in Si. I.oiiis and Missouri, Avhich is 
Jiisi what prohihil ion is in Kansas, as iuramous as it is 
uiijiist. 1 am liiM-e I.ecanse 1 lieliexc Ihai no (iovernor 
lias a ri.Liht lo enl'oi-<(. a law wliiiii works a hardship aiiiiinst. 
an\ |>erson, and esiicciall.N auaiiisi any yreat hody of citi- 
zens. The ( leriiians are a nolile race ol' people. They have 
survived LMMH) years, not withslamliiiu ilie wassail howls, 
their driiikinu' horns and llmir sleins." 



S.WT.V ('K.\1J.\ ('(H'NTV has al last deleiiiiiiuMl that 
the iiicki'linilM' slot machine must •;<>. These ma- 
chines have heeu licensed in that cily for many years, hui 



"llommers White Star" ("hampaiiue was served exclii 
fniin Xovend.er 1st the au(h(U'ilies "refused to renew the sively ai the haiKpiet held hy the Chief of I'.dice of the 
licenses. The festive nickel ahsorhers will have to seek Slate ..f ( >hio ( '(Uivent ion at t he .\rcade I loiel. Sprinj:tield. 



li 

elsewhere for victim> 



( »liio, on Octoiier ISih and l!llli. 






® 



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WlLLIAfl WOLFF & CO, 

IMPORTERS and COMMISSION MERCHANTS 

2I4>2I6 Mission Street, San Francisco 

Distributers and Pacific Coast Selling Agents for 



® MUI-:T & CH.\NDON CH.\MP.'\GNE..\Vliile Seal and lirut Imperial 

X J- & V- MARTELL, Cognac Martell Brandy 

@ JOH3. Da KUYPER & ZOON, Rotterdam Holland Gin 

@ StRROBT. nUR>4ETT& CO., London..London Dry andOld TomGin 

© WM. GREER & CO., Ltd., Glasgow 

^ O. V. Cj. and Imperial Liqueur; Scotch Whisky 

^ J.AS. S.\UN1)ERS & CO. LTD., London. 

@ "The House of Lords " Scotch Whiskey 

® KIRK, GREER & CO., Belfast Irish Whisky, "Shamrock'' 

X CORK DISTILLERIES CO Irish Whisky, "Special" 

% OLD BUSHMILLS XXX 

% THE OLD GOVERNMEMT WHISKY-" Bottled in Bond" and 

♦jf "Special Reserve" 

X GRI-t'N" RIVER WHISKY— "The Whisky Without a He.-jdache" 

® GREEN RIVER DISTILLING CO., Owensboro, Ky. 

® 



HIRAM WALKER & SONS, Ltd., Walkerville 

Canadian Club Whisky 
DEINHARD & CO., Coblenz Rhine and Moselle Wines 



© 
© 
© 
© 
© 
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© 
© 
© 
© 
© 
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K. CHAUVENET, Nuits Burgundy Wines © 

TH. J. DUBOS & FILS FRERES. Bordeaux. ..Clarets and Sauternes © 

© 
J. C. GORDON, Jerez Sherry Wines X 

A. A. FERREIRA, Oporto Port Wines © 

MORGAN BROS, Oporto Dixon'd ♦♦ Port Wine ® 

© 

© 



NUYENS & CO., Bordeaux Cordials 



© 
© 



CANTRELL & COCHRANE, Belfast Ginger Ale and Sarsaparilla ^ 

MILLER BREWING CO Milwaukee Beer; Buffet and High Life © 

READ BROS., IvOndon..."Dogshead," Bass' Ale and Guinness' Stout © 

BIRRESBORNER MINERAL BRUNNEN Table Water X 

© 

© 

IMPORTERS OP" © 

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s Absinthe, Benedictine, French and Italian Vermouth and Sundry Products 

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Telephone 7CO 
1 South .... *-? ^ 






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Jerome Ba?*Mi!y 


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Bassity's 


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arKet Street «r»d 


Cafe . . . 






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5ttn Francisco 






$r Come jnd try our Wonderful Champoreau A Grjind Bracer 
)<r 

I e»« Celebrated 

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FINE '\*'INtS, 
LIQUORS AND 
CIGARS 



J. B. CASADEBAT. 
Hot Lunch it s 



532 MERCHANT STREET 



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Cbos. X Ulalsh fy €o. 



-y ^ 1 MARKbT ST. 

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--^- CAL. 



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gAR SITPLII'.S wllh 
SlanilATil llrandt 
i.f WINKS AND 
UQUUKH .... 



'ki -'i' -t- 



Most HinJsomely 
Dacorated Sj.ood 
taStn Frain.Kco 



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ff^fyt fyt fj? *jt ^jt^Jt 



HcjalquAntft far 
M ning «od ;. 
Slock Mto 



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Fine Wines 



JJO Bu'.h St. 



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and Liquors I! 



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STRAIGHT GOODS 
4 SPtCIALTY 



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All Bn*NOS I3 -■ Ccnt* Cioah* iO CCNt* 

»MOSI MONTOOMint TOit 

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EAGLE 




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MASON AND OTARPFI! STS 
Sin Frjncii. 

Ctb E/>lr*n.-*. )(U M«. 

Fine Wines an J Liquors 



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South Carolina "Taboos" Patent Medicines. 

ASI! I N( ;l't >N. I». <'.. Xnvcllll.if |(l.-SiMlll| (';llHlill;l 



w 



("uluiii <;in^i'iic tJl.KI 

I'iil.st Mall I---I» 

Al wood's Lit (irippe Spfcilif (;"_'.:5(l 

Ciirrkrls ". -"iS.nO 

I. X. L. Killci-s •">-••"><> 

Aiitiiic (Vlci'v ( "(niipiiiiml '.\'2.Si) 

\Viilkri-'s Tonic :■>!•■■><» 

I'nii () Tonic :i:i:w 

lOmrkii Kidney ("urc ."jM.TO 

|)(. Will's SloniJicii Killcis (i.">.l.'0 

.Mcxiciin lii'cf. Wine and Iron ll'MMI 

Sizcinorc's Ai'onialic (iin;;(i- l]lixii- .... r))i.(i(l 
Many of ilic otliri' cuniinon |p;iii'iil niciliciiics conlaii 



a;;ainsl patcnl nu'dicincs inanuniah d liv Iniiinal Ifrxmiii 

roniinissioncr Vn-kcs, wlm demands ilial llie niedicim 

dealers pav the re^nlalion iii|nni- ia\ for w haievc r aniniini rinin 7> lo 1.') per cent of alcolml :iihI even coinnion cider 

of alcohol liie medicines coiiiain. Soni li Caioliiia nol only according lo llie ('liiel Cjicmisi of Souili <'ai-o|ina, is al 

(>. K.'s (he Commissioner's rniiiiii, Imi i;oes liiiii one heller wnys alcoholic :ind caiiiioi I.e sold unless \>\ piescripl ion 

and places ahoni iliirly of the hesi known |i;ileni incdicincs 

on llietahooeil lisl. 

Hv ordeis of llie Chief Conslalde ot llie Siale. ilie.-t 

nuMlicines mnsi hei-eafti-r he s(dd only under a pliysician's T^ 1 1 !■: iviailei- who hesiiahs \„ piii up money to li-hi hi: 

presci-ii.li.m. which of ronis,. pniclically kn.icks Ihem onl. * enemy in a campaign, on the -mnnd iliai ihey worl 

for very few dodoi-s will i-e.ominend them lo i heir pal ieiils. "n "Ja whone." should lake notice of ihe laci thai in iiiiiioi 

,. , loial contests in Oreijini. the .\ni i Saloon Leaiine has raise* 

••Volir are hen-hv aillhori/.ed lo make seizures ol llie i i i • ,, . *-,»mii '. -n- .r -1' 

, , . , and expeinh'd diirinu Ihe iiasi \ear .*.)(MI(I. •• Nnll said. 

same." .says the Chief Conslahle in his orders to his siih . i . 

ordiiuites. "whenever yon can satisfy yourselves thai they . ^ „____ . 

are beini:; used as a heverai;!'. The dis]ieiisary law will 

amply post yon. and l'r<iin it you will ohseive ihal driiiiuists -i'!t'tSsK«J'^'Mr'«?!S«?&'*'&'&'&'&'&'*'tt'&'^^^^^^ 

cannot legally sell these ^oods except upon a prescripl ion |( 

from 



the i>racticiiiii physician, and can only he ;:i\cn lo » 



bona tide patients." 



In tile same orders to his siihordinates. Chief Conslahle ^ 



MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS 



Hainiiiet uives the oHicial report of the State Chemist upon ^ — ,t.. -i-r-^ ^ .^ ^ > 

,1 1- '■ 1 ... I I .1 ; , . , , ,1, <'i, , ; ., 1 1.,....^ ffi Tr\ii\Ks, Baes and Dress Stilt Cases ; 

(lie medicines harred. In lhisre|)oii ilie( heniisl declares S ** i 

that they contain the following iMrceniauc of alcohol, or |< 
what is known as "s]>irit proof': 

Anioiint of 
.Ucohol. 

Hosletler's Stomach Milt.Ms 82.60 

Peruna 52.00 

Dr. Jnles Celery and Pepsin Tonic 00.(10 

Ileinty/s Curative Pitteis V.UH) 

IVruvia 4.~).;{(l 

l>r. Black's Plackherry and Cin-icr .'M.OO 

( 'uracoa Tonic .">(!. 20 

Williams" Kidnev Cure .'')(».(>0 




I TRUINKS MADE TO ORDER 5 



134=136 ELLIS STREET 



I 

vf Corner Mason Street 

5< Branch and Factory, N. W. Corner Bush and Kearny 5 



SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. } 



5< 

a 



SOLE PROPRIETORS 

"OSCAR HOCKS " 




E. LEUENBERGER. PRCS 



rye whiskey 

Importers and Jobbers 



OSCAR HOCKS, VICt-PHtS, 



A. HINTERMANN. SECTS 



Suttcr-Hofflc Wine and Distilling Co. 

OFFICE AND DEPOT 

1295-97=99 FOLSOH ST., Cor. 9th 



^ BOURBON 

a St. Helena. Napa Co.. Cal 



Phone South 481 



San Francisco, Cal. 



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^ ' " " T]-i:rf?(S2> IT® :0[^rf 



m. j^m lEAT- 




THE DAVY CROCKETT 



i4 



//. B. ADLER. Proprietor 
SAN iRA.NCKSCOf. M()i>r l>() PI 1. \ U" 



\ I . < ) ( ) N 



Headquarters tor Newspaper Men and the "People" Generally 
— — EVERYTHINT. UJ'-T0-I)ATH 

842 A1ARKET STRHKT 



I'lione Cla\ 35 I 



Ni\t New rxamlnor IJIdR. 




I1NJ-, WINF:S AM) IJOIORS 

y-tL-am Utcr auu Ijigcr on Draugl't 

E L WAGNER PROP 

r> Ihird Street S«in Irtituisco, (dl. 



f^^^#^######i^^^^^^ 




Bank Exchan ge "^ 



South-La»t Cor. Montgomery aod Washington St4. 

IMPORTER OF ■* *3 

Famous Old ampbcltown SCOTCH WHISKY t^ 
Pisco dc Italia, Madeira Wine 
Sazcrac dc Forge & Sons Brandy W 



^^^<?^€€#^f€€€€€€#€#: 



DUNCAN NICOL J^ 



PMONEMAIN 57IH 




32 

KET ST 



Merchants' Tavern 



ions c. kNDiirotti 



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-ill) OdliforiiWi >^trv:e-t 



WINES AND LIQUORS 

Spccixil .Mcrtliant.s' liiiuh 

Irom I I till 3 p tn. 



i»*«*wwvi»««'WMMPWMMriprr' 



s««««nwn«r»-rTT- 



WE HAVE NOTHING TO OFFER THE TRADE. EXCEPT 

Fine Good?*, Square Prices 
Honoruble Dei.\linj> 



SOLE AGENTS AM) t>lS fRlBUTORS 

OF THFCF.IfBJ»ATEr» 



1 



"Casllcwddd" Bdurhon and he ': 



CaRIAN McCARTH^ & Co. 



EdjbllsbMi IS7] 



MI7 



UIQUOI^ \1[£RCHANT-S 



,\\2 Sac?amlnto 5t. SAN I k'VNCiSCO. CM. 






*AiiiMouac 
.ni-I.? Commercial 5t. 



»MMi»IMt»«iMNWM kJv**»»«v»*J 



»JM«>**MM«anMMaMM»*Mh*a«i«a«A»A»A: L . : t vaaaamI 



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PACIFIC WINE AND SPIRIT RRVIKW. 




[he ii;iilc. mill li.is ihc lii'sl wislics nf ilic l{i:vii:\v for coll- 

I ilMlllI SllcfCSS. 



Would Amend Oregon's Bad Law. 



Till-; I'.irwds" ,inil \N holcsjilc l,ic|ii<ir I >c;iI.ts" Assnciii- 
lidll nf (M-t'Uoii li.ivc ]il-cpill(Ml an illiicinlinclil In llic 
cxistiu-,' fliiiifliiiii l<Mal ni.iicni law. passc.l ai I lie lasl 
Lc;;islaliiif. li is (•iniiimil v lair In all cnincrTicd aiiil will 

(Inlllilicss liccnllir a law. ll prnviilfs Inr Ideal nplinll rlir 

liniis \>\ ]in'<-iiicls juilv and ilins picvcnls lln- i;rnnpini; nl' 
(lr\ pircincls willi nnr wn nm-. and lliiis loi-cinii llu- w ImU 
icn-ilnrv dry ai^ainsi the w islws of Ilic rcsidcnis llu rein. 

I'clilinns will lie ciicidalcd annm^; (lie liadr I'ni- si^iiia 
Inrcs slinrtly \>\ ilic iiriwirs" and Wlmlcsali- Lii|ii(ir Ki'iil 
• •rs' Assnrialinii and li\ llir Kiiiulils nl' (he Kn\al Arch. 



Till-: 'riiaiik.s^iviMi; nnndxT of llir l.ihrral. |.iililisli.d 
ai I'lirtland. (M-ciinii, in ilir inicicsi nl' ilir Incwint;- 
and lii|Uor Iradcs, (■(miics m ns wiili a raliliy, sprcially 
ilcsij^iicd ru\cr in rcdnis, ilir inincipal Icalnrc nl' whidi 
is a .xplcndid hairinnr view cd' snnw capiird .\ll. Ilnnd. 
The paper is liandsoincly prinled nn jini' paper, prnCnselx 
illustratcMJ and well eiliied. I'nr a imldiealinn Inil nnc 
year old. nnr ennleinporary slmws a \('i-y slurdy i^rowili. 
However, il is desei\ ini; nl' ihe palr(nia,i;e it i-eeei\('s from 



heeeinlier iiiaiks Ihe close <d' Ihe lirsl year's Imsiness 
..!' Ihe llanley Mercanlile Cniiiiiany nf Kit I'rnni sinel, 
and I he anniversary of the )aiineliini: nf I his successful linn 
is ninsi |ii'o]dlioiis. Hardly a yeai- has elapsed since 
.Melczer itrns. Co.. Ion;: esiahlished al ihe same address, 
were sneceeiled liy .Mr. llanley and se\(ral Inisiiicss asso- 
eiales. Diiiin;; ihese Inief I w eh e niniil lis. however.)! most 
Uial ifxin-i Imsiness has heeii Iniill nj) solei\- npoii the meiii 
of the ^(lods s(dd and the ]iersonalily td' Ihe salesinen. ihe 
inajnriiy nf Ihe iraM'lers heinii inli'rested in ihe linn. .\ 
sp( cially has been made id' llanley rye and hniiilion, mild, 
niellnw. smooth hleiids that have liiven universal .satisfac- 
I inn. The I'etail li(|nnr dealers and the cnnsiiniers (lironjih- 
niil the cnasi ha\e cnliie |o l'ecoi;ni/,e llial I he name "•Han- 
ley" is a unaranlce of quality and piitil\ and ihe cnmiiiji 
_\car ui\i's |>rnmise id' heinii' most snci'essfnl I'nr I his eiiler- 
jirisiiii: til-Ill. 

"So linsy thai I hardly lia\e lime lo lalk In ynii," said 
{■]rnst Scliranlisladler. niie <d' Ihe i^enial prnprielnrs of ihe 
A. r'inke's Widow hraiid of well known eliampai;nes and 
dry wines, ll was e\ ideal I'rnm Ihe mass i>( enrres|Kiiid 
eiice and nnleis nil his desk ilial .Mr. Scliranlisladler was 
iini indiiluiiiL; ill any lieiinii. 'I'lie inicks and wa^nns 
hacked ill fioiii id' Ihe door, and ihe liiis\ liiini Irnm ilie 
linllliiii; deparlmeiil ,iia\c evidence nf ihe faci ihal "iinlle 
iiiLi succeeds like success," and A. l''iiike"s W idnw wines 
are now c(nisiinied w here\er ihe flau floats. 



Golden Eagle Distilleries Co*, Inc* 



^ fit 



Golden Eagle 



i n 



BOURBON AND RYE I 

«t 

fi! 



TOM PARKER 



AND 



419 



Bourbon l 
and Rye | 




SOLE AGENTS 
FOR 



Litthauer & 



Caroni 



\\/^ h i S W i C S |iststgts '^fe'H;«;!S«;«;)y t^!ggfe'«;fe' (gfe'ig«ig&'tgag)«)gfe't stg«;^^^^^ 



Bitters 






■y.,=?(S«J?Si,^^Sl»»,=KifiJK»,=«JK»»S«»!JKaJi«5K5«5KJKS«»iJi«,% 



California Wines and Brandies 



Office n n U \' h u 1 t s : 



417-419 Montgomery Street 

San Francisco, Cal 



TELEPHONE MAIN 5096 



PACII'lC WINK AND SPIRIT RKVIHW. 



4S 



» » ♦ » ♦ . » . » » » . 



All the Lcjdinf; 
Brjndi of Cdic 
Goods A. A! 
Ten cent. >irjif;lit 



* »'»' » »♦ '« '« 




1 Taylor Street and 

2 Golden Gate Avcnu": 

SAN FPANCISCO, CAL 



MITCHELL'Sv 

Saloon and Grotto 
Wines and LiquorsJV 



JOHN L HERGFI 



MM 




Tcif»HOi.f BLACK 5713 


MY SPI cut Hi S 

WHISKIES 

Belmont J*iu Hoorc 

A. P. Hotaling • 0. P S 

Old Oovemiceiit 

lit. Vernon Rye 

WUaon Rjre 

King Wm Fourth Scotcb 

A. V. H Gin Bucbu Oln 
Mistletoe Gin 

CognAC Brandy 
Vina Brandy 

Fernet Branca 
Italian Vermuth 
French Vermuth 


J. F. RO^vSI 

ronciON ANo 

DOMESTIC 

WINES, LIQIOKS 
AND CIGARS 

llirOT o' ITALIAN SWV SS COLOSV WiMCS 


205 »ASHISGIO\ SIRLLI 

Bi-lwrrn front and Ud%is 
S^S \V,W IS(0 mitORNU 





r 




'runV 



090H 




5an Trancisco 






A(|lltl\it I:.<ii H. Lysliolin, Throndhjcm. Norway, Mil 
Swedish Plliuh AxcI Bagge & Co., Golcborg, Sweden. Mfrs 
vSvMMlish Kent Rrdnvin O. p. Anderson & Son.GotcborK, Mfrs. 
P()nU*r<HlS Rlcinx in < > P Anderson & St>n, Goteborg. Mfrs. 
.John KdfllSdV S(()t(h r-:. i:ilcn. Islay, Scotland. Mfr. 
-Aruh^rson vS. M. Whiskcv -Bottled in bond, strictly pure 
Pepsin Hitt(»rS Ernst L. Arp, Kiel, Germany, Mfr. 
I)cinii(in<l Hitters : ■ riclors and Mfrs. 

Kornsc hn<l|)|)S li. Mfr , Wismar. Ocrin.iny 

NABER, ALPS & BRUNE 323-325 MARKET ST., SAN FRANCISCO 



AGENTS 

AND 

DISTRIBUTERS 

I 'or t iTfc; 
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PACIFIC WINK AND SPIRIT RKVIEW. 




Liquor Licenses for Citizens Only. 



(ir |ii\ ilcizcs i>( Miih ;i rli;ir;irlcr ;iliii- .l:iini;n-v Sili. Tlic 
!■( sii|ii( iiiii \v;is iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiisly ;ii|niit<'(l. 

(til llic fdlldwiii^ thi.v .Mr. ()"(if:iil\ i'\i>l:iiii(il llinl ilir 
hlllcr rfsniiilicn iliil imM ii|i|iIv in pl.-lil'S li:i\iliu ciilrs :il lllc 

J)!-, sent lime. Itiii ili:il lln' l.iw wniild 1 iil'ni-ccl in llic 

CISC uf :ill I'm lire il|ililii;llils. 

.\s In llic cilizciisliiii .•irlimi, llic niily 1-niniiH'iii iiijhIc 
aiiKiiiii the li-;i(lc ctiiircniiiiL; il \\;islli;il ■•Aliens niiri \n|c." 
All (if wliicli prnlmlily c.xiihiiiis llic wlinlc sit iiatinii. 



Till'; ltii;ii<l nf Police ("n lissiuiicrs iiiiide smiic vcr\ 
iiiilM.iliiiil nilin.us ;it ilieir iiicciinii nii Wcdiicsdiiv 
eveniii.i;. N.iveiMlier •_'!!. iiiid niic ill inirliciiliir wiis rallici 
surinisini;, cuiisidt'iini," ll'e pulicy of ail oilier precediiii,- 
Hoards. Tlic lirsi was itili-odiiccd hy Coiiiiiiissioiicr Drink 
lioiisi', and was iinaniiiiously adnjiicd. Il provides lliai 
from am! alicr .laiiiiary S, I!Mm;. no rdail lii|iior liiciisc. 
ciihcr w iili nr w il Imiii rcsiamani |ii-i\ ilci^cs. will he train- 
ed, or transfers of such allowed, excepl lo a iiaiive lioin or 
naliiralized citizen id' tlic riiilcd Stales, ami llial, as far as 
just anil |»racl icalile, no renewals of siidi licenses will he 
<;ranlcd e.xceiil to cilizeus or lo persons w Im lia\e declared 
thiir inleiitioiiof hecoiiiiniicitizens in -oi.d faiili. , j,,,,,., <; |.,,,.^^ ,,„. several years Pacific ("oast rcprcseii 

The oilier iiiatlcr coiiccriiin-i the trade esi.ccially was mi i\c of ilirain \\'alker i: Sons of Canadian Cliih fame, lias 
presented hy ( 'oinmissiotier ( »"( Iraily. Il was a resolniioii severed his coniieclioii with the hi^ ("anadiaii iiisliluf ion 
piitliii.u the P.oard on record as <ipposed to the o|(cniii.ii and will lake a well-deserved rest foralime. ileisa^siiie- 
of cafes and ladies" ;;rill rooms in coiiiicction with retail eiioniih" Imsiler, and his many friends will h|. pleased if 
liipior saloons, and pletltiinji I he Hoard to liiant no ])erinits i,,. concludes |o locate here ]iermanenl ly. 



<Jiiile noi;ihle i m|>roveiiiciif s have heeii made diirinji the 
imnili ai .lames lla^ni"s hea<l<|narters for hiiili-j;rade 
i;<;ods, (ii'l .Montiiomery street. Ainon^ these are an e.\ 
tensive eipii|Miieiii for i he storiiij; and e.xliihitioii of <>;o(h1s 
ill ulass and wood, ilic extension of the main room, tlie 
CI iisl riici iiii; of a ulass partition for the purpose and the 
crialion of a |iri\aie ojlicc ai the hack, where .lames the 
I'irsi can he assmcil ;i liiih- peace and ipiiel. .Mr. IJa^jni 

cairics one of llie mnsi exielisive and hesi selected stocks 

of im]ioiied i:cods in w I and izhiss of any reiailer in 

lhecil\. Il is siii:uesied thai I he place he know n in flit lire 
as "llaiiiii's l-'.m]ioriiim.'" 



SHERWOOD & SHERWOOD 

Importers and Exporters 

StooVcs of ovir Agency Goods for sale In bond and dvity paid m% 



212-214 riARKET ST., SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. 

Telephone Main 447 



216 N. HAIN ST., LOS ANGELES, CAL. 

Telephone Green 217 



RKCIRIC COAST RGerSTS FOR 

J. H. Cutter Celebrated Kentucky Whiskies 
Schlitz Milwaukee Beer Keystone Monogram Rye and Old Saratoga 



Renowned for Purity and Flavor 
SCHRAMSBERGtR VINEYARD, Tha Moat Famous In California 



THE FINEST E.ASTERN RYE 
CALIFORNIA WINES AND BRANDIES IN WOOD 



B. & J- BURKE'S Bass's .\le and Dublin 
Porter (Guinness's Extra Foreign 
Stout, the finest brew). 



ECHENAUER & GO'S Clareta and Sbu- 

ternes. 
A. HOUTMAN & GO'S Holland Gin. 
LAWSON'S Liqueur Scotch Whisky. 
GLENLIVHT Scotch Whisky, in Wood. 
JOULE'S Stone Ale, in Hhds. and Hlf. Hhds. 

MEINHOLD'S Anchor Brand New York 
Gider. 

HKNK WAUKESHA Mineral Water. 

Sherwood's Robin Hood, Sherwood's Mascot, Pure Blended Whisky, ready for use. 
Canadian Special Rye Whisky (Gooderham & Worts, Limited, Toranto, Canada), 

Bottled under Government Supervision. 
Whiskies Gin, Brandy, Rum — Imported and Domestic — in bulk and bottled. 

in bond and free, guaranteed pure. 

Re-Imported Whiskies. 



E. & J BURKE'S»»*Irish»>dGarnkirk Scotch 

DHWAR'S Old Highland Scotch Whisky. 

KEYSTONE MONOGRAM Whisky. 

BASS RATCLIFE St GKETTO.N', Ltd.— Ba«» 
Ale, m Woo.l 

ROYALTY HOLI.ANM) Gi:i. in Wood. 



EVANS' INDIA Pale Ale. 

SHKRWOOD ROBIN HOOD, in wood & bottle 

MACKENZIE & GO'S Spanish Sherries and 

I'ort. 
E. & J. BURKE'S Nonpareil Old Tom Gin. 
BURKIi'8 Hennessy Brandy and Dry Gin. 
ROSS' Belfast Ginger Ale, Club Soda, Etc. 
TRINIDAD BITTERS. 
FKIST BROS. & SONS, Frankfort-on-Main. 

Rhine and Mojelle Wine. 



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Agents for MOSKOL'S PIKL \PPl I ( H)l R Oiidrts and Pints. 
Di.sitrihutfc^ri^ of " K O R li I I ) I) E .X P F^ L I I " 

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Whiskey Refiners and Wine Preservatives 
Wines and Whiskies 



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Teddy and Taylor. 



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Progre55 of the Unity Club. 

1 1 1; I nil \ < 'lull, sill (•!■ its rciiii»\;il in i lie inu niiarlcrs ill 



1» I'.OTTI.llS I. lis Ihr rulluwill': Slnrv 
1)11111 l.cinis\ iljr's ;iiiii;ililc liiv ;illnrii(\\: 
'•.\l.\srir ;iihI :i lew I lit IM Is." sniij .lllcl^,. A. E. Ki.lianls. 
"(iwii :i lililc niiliniid wiiicli iiiiis nui Iroiii llic I'liiciiniss 
(•(Hinli-y iiiln liic iiiimiiliiiiis i>\' Kciiliicky. ridiii wliidi we 
|fii\c liiili' iii(iin'\. Iiiii :i l;iiu<' iiiimiiiii of n-crciil inn, 
riiinkiiii: I wnllld rn'id sninc nf the hitler lidul-c I cnlll- 
il llic ;ir<llinns illllics nf citv ;lttnriic\-. I wiled lii\' 



tlii-ht' knit Itiiildinu :it .'il Tliiitl st icit. lias ilonldid 

its iiirnil(crslii|i. Tin' nistci- imw cairics the names nf IMi 'ii"''i<' 

nifinlxTs ill i;niid siaiidiii.u and applicat inns fni- nieiiilier- I'lieiid. -lini Aiiisdeii. picsidenl nf tiie mad. w Im met me 

sliip arc reeeived al carli ineclinji. Tlie (lull is mdy ei^ii- at \iisailles in his |(ii\ate ear ainl tnok me ii|i the line. 

tfi'ij ninnths nl.l, has line, ennnntididiis i|iiarieis and em | wcm with him i,. i he eniinlv eh'ik's olliec in r.eall.vvilk- 

l.nircs in its inMid..'rshi|. llie hcsi nun in the Imsiness in ,,, |,„,|^ j,,,,, ^,, ,.,^ malfrs. Wliile there I nhserved 

the citv. Aside I'lnm its s'leial tValnres, it linds liicrali\i' , ., , , , ,. i • i • .1 i i i 

. . • se\<'n linxes piled under a standiiiL; d<'sk, lieariiiL; llie laiiels 
positions for Its mi'inliei-s w lin mav need einphiymeiit. and 

It is sHd.mi a InitN Cli lan linds hiinseir <m\ «{ wnrk. "'' ""■ >^i:i'i'l;i''l I'laiids of Kenttieky whisky. 1 asked the 

Tliis is due tn the I'art that niily I linrnn.ulily i| iia I i lied men eleik what il lueaitl and he i-ei)lied Ihey were the lialiot 

of pHXl charaeter are perniitted to jnin the nruanizat inn. lio.\es nf se\cn veiling plerillets nf the enlinly. They hnre 

Till- eiuli is hi-iily jirosperoiis and has a i.ri.i;ht future. ,|„. |i:,,||,.s nf Old Tavlnr. •(.liieen nf Xelsnn.' T. 1'. Kipv, 

.1. M. CLAUKK. S..,r..tary. ,.,„ , ,. , • .,.,.;„,,, ^,,„| ,|,„„.^._. ,,,,. 

".lust then the sheriff iMiteicd I lie nfliee and I asked him 

There is a new wlmlesale hnns.- in th.' trade, .Mr. Carln „]„, sehcted the hallni l.n.xes fm- ihe enmity. Me priuiiptly 

Cava-narn, fnrnieily nf tiie I'. Cavauiiain ( 'n.. liaviii- es- jiiiswcred he did: that the enmity tnimeilv had s.uiie tin 

lahiisiied tlie linn of C. .M. Cava-narn \ Cn.. dealers in \„,^,.^ „||j,.|, i,,. ,|isearded and adepied th(se: that they 

wholesale wines aii.l liipiorsal 1-J4 Saeraineiiln stivet. The ^^,„,|,| |„. ^,.,,1 ,,„, inH ,,,• ^iii^kv and hiniiiiht hack full nf 

yomi-riniiii is (•xee].I.ioiially well kiu.wii iu Ihe retail Ira. le |,:,||nis. I aske.l Imw it wmk.'.l and he ' rei)lied. "spleu 

hy reason <if his Inn- ennneelinn with the I'. ravaunarnCn.. ,ii,|i,-. .|,|,| n,.,, ,,„. p.r.inets weiv imw kimwii .is -Old 

and will im d.mht smeeed in .•siahlishin.o a satisfnelnry Taylor I'reeimt, •(,)iieeii nf Xelsnii." ete. 1 then iiM|uire(l 

''"'^""■^^- which brand seemed tn have the best elfeet and he replied 

' ■ 'Old Taylor," fnr at thai preeiiiel the \-nleis seemed tn fnr- 

Carrol Kye. Kenltieky's tiiiesi jirodiict. coniinius in m| 1 1|;,| Senator I'airlianks was e\< 11 a eandiilate and rais- 

•:row in i.oimlar favor until imw nn first-elass bar is e.mi ii,M n,,. ,-i\ nf 'Teddy and Taylor." swcju <\crylliiii^ be- 

j.lele without ihis popular brand. I.niiis Taiissi.u ^: ( 'n., fnrelliem. It ne<uireil to me thai this was a new jiliase nf 

the sole a;:cnts, report an itniisnally lar^c deiuand for all ih,. •Kciitiick\ idea" of polities."" 
classes of wliiskies diiriuj.; the month cf November and the 
sales for the year w ill be jireatly in excess of lfl()4. 

Fill glasses high, 

'iM /.I I. /< <• / >i w 1 1 Bourbon or r\"e, 

Ihe (llxiniua Hrewniii ( o. of Ohiiipia, Wash., has pur 

.based a building site and leased two adjoining Ints from <>'-'> KUIK will make us frisky. 

the Xnrtheru Pacific Koalroad Company for the pnrposi If sick or dry. 

of erecting a large warehouse on the combined site, in I'.e sine to tiy 

Spokane. Iintaliiig"'< laiiKuis whiskv. 







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Billiard and 
Pool Tables 

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CALIFORNIA WINES m BRANDIES 

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3,000 ACRES I 

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AUDinoNAI. LOS ANUliLH5 EDITORIAL NOTES. ili|. luim .'ii<l nf ili,- diiv I.) ;i(iiiiiinl:il iiij; ;i lat liiiuU ae- 

iniiiii. lie liiis one of tlic lu's( retail liiisiiiessi's in (lie city 

aii<l Till line knows lirilcr liow lo cart' for it that he. If 
Ikol Kiiij;, one of tin- l>csl known iiicn in llu' retail liiiuor |',i|;i>M ;in.l .M:ii <iiliiiiii of San P'ramisco ever eonie to- 



iraile in Sonlliern < "alifornia, has cliarjie of the llollenlMck 
liar ami is doin,:; a splenilid business, lie is one of ilie 
niosi earnest and eonseientious workers in that line of 
iraile we know of. 



•ther they will lie found twin hrothers in aii]ii'arance. 



\ietor Hold, who was loiiu rotme. led with the Nadeau 
liar, is now in Inisiiiess for himself, lie is successfnlly 
fondnctiim the Saratoga at (<'u Si>nth .Main street, where 
he has a warm wi-leonu' for all his friends. 



Amorij; the liirds of jiassa^c me| here was Louis Colin, 
Ixnind for .\rizona. New Me.xico. eic.. re|iresenlin>i- K. Jlar- 
tin \ < "o., S,in I'ramiseo. 



The Sonoma \\ iue Co.. at .").")! South Main street, have 
enjoyed a |)ros|ierous year, their various specialties haviiijj 
had a liealiliy demand, .\monu their leaders is the well- 
known Uosedale wliisk\ foi- which .Messrs. Siebe I?ros. & 
r. W. Cosiello. reprcsentino A. IMlotaling & Co., is m i.,,^.,,,,,,,,, ^,,,. ,.,.,„snt San rran.isco. 



I he eii\ lookin.u after the interests of Old Kirk. iMr. Cos 
lello's field in the fulure will enduace Southern Califoruia 
and the southern li-rritories. lie is an exceptioually cap- 
able man and will nmloubledh ha\e iiood success. 



California's Mighty Vineyard. 



(ieor-e i: Sadler who was fo,- vears eonne.ied Willi /^ A LI 1( (K X I. \ stands first in the product ion of o;rapes. 
Ilnnf.nrs. Imi is now of .he firm of K. 1!. Il.mry .^ Sadler ^^ 'l'l">'' ^"v in the State !m,(iS(i.4.-,S vines. Now York 



'/ 
Co.. :>S ISeaver siri'ei. New ^dl■k. is now in the city. Mr 



the second Stale of the fnioii w ilh "Jil.dOll.ttOO vines and 



Sadler had a verv suceessful trip on the cast. His house ^^''i" <'''''<1 ^^1"' l--!.<'<»".<><'<> vines, fr.sno is the banner 



earries one of the larj;esi am 
and li<pi<us in the country. 



M lines of imported wines 



1). 1!. .leiiiu' wV; Co., I'l'S South SiM-iuii street, have one 
of the busiest houses in the land and seem to have little 
time for anything; biit work and niakiuj^' money. Mr. Jer- 
iiie re|(oiis thai business was never better. 



county of California with L'4.!)04, .">.">!• vines, or almost as 
many as all New ^dik. Sonoma County is second with 
1."'>,()04,L")S \iiies, Santa Clara County is third with over 
T.tlOO.OOtt \ines, and followiiiii c(unes Xajja, KinjiS, Sacra- 
mento and all other counties a^jireyat iuii' 20,()00.tl0() vines. 
Califoiiiia grapes yield .'if."),r>L*L',Si*."') annually. 



.Alessrs. Colby ^Vc Davin. of the .\pex, IKi North Spriu"- 
streef, have (Uie of the most jiros])erous bars in Los \\\- 
ueles. They make a sjiecialty i>f boll led in Ixuid whiskies — 
('edar IJrook beiuii their favorite. They re])(u-l luisiness 
excellent and are the kind of men who know how lo kee]i 
Iraile movinu. 

Charles i"ox, of I he Del .Mmite bar, has one of the tinest 
retail esi;dilishnieiils both as to e(|ui]unent and volunu' of 
business on the coast. We know of no jilace in San l"'ran- 
cisco lliat can excel wlial the l>el .Monte does in the mallei- 
of live business. It lioes without saying that it is well 
deser\ed, as .Mr. I'ox is one of the most sncci'ssful caterers 
in the business. 

• loc .\lc!c/.cr. ..r -Ii.s. .Mi'Ic/.er ^; ('o.. lias returned from a 
three weeks' iri]i to Ityron springs, to which res(ul he 
was accompanied by ihat same (dd '■inlierited" gouty large 
toe. lie brought the toe back w ilh him, looks tine and says 
business was iiev.r bet ler. 1 1 is latesi venture is tlie Joseph 
.Melc/.er Cold .Mining Co. of .\rizoiia. with a capital slock 
of a million dollars. 



Leo Sulor, ihc souilicrn re|U'esenlalive of ^Messrs. C. 
Schilling ^: Co.. of ihis ciiv. and llie I'leischmaiiii Co. of 
Ciiicinnaii. icporis business of g.iod volume, the wines 
of Scliilling i\: Co. esjtecially having steady deniancL which 
totals aboiii a cai-load a week. .Mr. Sutor left for the north 
to confer wiili his superiors during the week. 



.Mike I'olaski. iiroprielor of ili<' celebrated lIotTniau liar 
.111(1 liilliard parlors,, is still extremely busy getting ricli. 
While he has time for other diversions, he still (h'votes 



Two and One=Half Years After. 



IT has been suggested to me by the John J. Fulton 
Company, proprietors of the Fulton Renal Com- 
pound, a remedy for Bright's Disease, that I write 
a supplementary report of my experience with that 
preparation, for publication in my own paper as well 
as elsewhere. Considering my good fortune in having 
been prevailed upon to take the treatment when I was 
given up to die and was at death's door, I feel it my 
duty to do all I cau to let other sufferers know of the 
value of this remarkable medicine. 

After being in the hands of regular physicians for 
many weeks, during which time I rapidly failed, I 
reached the point where my relatives were notified that 
I had not more than sixty days to live. Thirty days later 
when my own judgment told me that I had reached 
the end of the way, I was induced, against my own 
desires, to begin taking the Renal Compound. With- 
in two weeks it had brought to me normal sleep and 
an encouraging appetite, and within five weeks I was 
in a condition to attend to active business. I continued 
the treatment until I felt that I was a well man. This 
was two and a half years ago, and within the past year 
and a half, I can say emphatically that I have enjoyed 
better health than at any time in the past twenty-five 
years. To those who are suffering from this terrible 
disease, I would say, lose no time in going under this 
treatment. The regular physician cannot save you 
and the medicine cannot harm you. 

Sincerely yours, 

R. M. WOOD, Editor. 
San Francisco, Cal. 



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* »iit' of ilir liaiHlsiiiiicsi and most iiii>;iiial IjiIh-Is fiip 4'ali- 
fni Ilia wim-s is tliat wliiili has just Imi-h iiitroiliirol l»y tin* 
Wiiifdali' ('<». of (taklaiiil. Tlic liraiid is ■•ropu l>' ( >n>," 
and til*' uniaiiii-iilaliiiii is a IiiiimIi of gulden |i<)|i|)irs, \vliii-|i 
is till- Stall- tliiwi-r nf C'alifoniia. It is iiii-dli-ss tn sav tli<- 
rtilllrhls of tin- Ixittlrs al"«' <>f tin- iM'St nf inir vit jclllt iinil 
IHiidlltlS. 



• Mil- friiiiil llanv Ha.r nf ih,. l^m Aii;:i|i-» \\ 
paiiy, 4.V5 Siiulli S|>i-iii^ nir, ii. |^m .MikiI' 

|tti>s|H-riiiis vrar and tin- ilmiand f««r lli i 

ints sicadilv inmiiAin^. I'ortx and nI 
tii-s and lln- fint iliat llifv rnniniiiifl , 
alMtvi- till- ii'piihir niarkii liunnH i~ 

ard iiifiil. Tin- wim-M nf ilir nmii 

loiiH- ii|i to till' rttiiiin-nn-ntK of tli 

trade an- inviiinl to wriii- for |»ru«-«. -.iiii|.ii-s and fn-icfat 

ratit*. 



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\ ii f the iiisiiliiliMns thai lias addeil lustre In the rf|Mi 

tat inn nf Califnrniii «ines. and wiiiilrslill miiliniieH llie 
;:ihm| wnrk. is the Tn Kalnn Ninexanl rnniiiain -d \\.\V 
ville. Napa <nnnl» Tlie wines of the mnipanN are fmni 
tile fanioiis old II \N . ('nit)li vineyards that an- laniiinarkx 



of the indiistrv A -t 

eellar l»nttlinu id I i| 
nf the hiiih'si mil-' 

lieavv lH>die«l w Ml- 
effii e of rile < ninpaii 
inont of E. W rhurehill 



of the Tn Kalnn t'nnipanv ih 
• ■•*'; iilsn pure niatiire«l wiuet* 

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Tniiil»ell \ In nf III i<Hi-r>inn I 
....I .... I., .jiiie Mr TnadweMVlai' 

IK lh«> etuplo> nienf of nil niili- 

>:it_i tn -'•lllIlK ll«"»"l" "• 
tn make, hat itiMieail uf • 
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PACIFIC WINE AND SPIRIT REVIEW. 

BRANDY PRODUCED 

Ol PICIAL REPORTS 



FIRST DISTRICT- Monlli ol October, I'JO."). 

Tax Gals 

Produced and bonded 14^,998.0 

Received from distillery, P'ourth District, CaliTornia 4.0"22 2 

Received from special bonded warebousc, Fmirlh District, California 

Transferred from distillery to special bonded warehouse, FZastern districts 45,106.4 

Transferred from special bonded warehouse to special bonded warehouse, liasttrn districts 1(>, 687.1 

Kxporled ^^-^ 

Tax-paid 511,471.1 

Remaining in bond October :;i, lOO."). 1,18(1,853.6 

FOURTH DISTRICT— Month of October, iyO.=>. 

Tax Gals. 

Produced and bonded 1,643.7 

Transferred from distillery to special bonded warehouse, First District, California 14,147.4 

Transferred from distillery to special bonded warehouse, Eastern District 

Transferred from special bonded warehouse to special bonded warehouse. First District, California 

Transferred from special bonded warehouse to special bonded warehouse. Eastern District 1.07S.2 

Exported 

Tax-paid 6,240.3 

Remaining in bond, October 31, 190") 308,513.8 



SWEET WINE PRODUCED 



FIRST DISTRICT— Month of October, 1905. 

Pkgs. Tax Gals. 

Brandy withdrawn from distillery for fortification 4,063 793,363.7 

Brandy withdrawn from special bonded warehouse for fortification 581 55,276.8 

Brandy actually used for fortification 4,150 818,434.4 

Wine Gals. 

Port produced 1,683,273.48 

Sherry produced 1,068,377.25 

.\ngelica produced 275,560.97 

Muscat produced 421,817.08 

Tokay 

Malaga 8,098.89 

Total sweet wine produced in October, 1905 3,457,127.67 

FOURTH DLSTRICT— Month of October, 1905. 

Pkgs. Tax Gals. 

Brandy withdrawn Ironi distillery for fortification 1,175 3 12, 825. S 

Brandy withdrawn from special bonded warehouse for fortification Hi 1,081.4 

Brandy actually used for fortification 1,175 308,645.5 

Wine Gals. 

Port produced 440,861.83 

Sherry produced 711,361.73 

Angelica produced 37,765.57 

Muscat produced 52,827.84 

Tokay ; il,017.01 

Total sweet wiue produced in October, 1905 1,251,833.98 



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LOS ANGELES DEPARTMENT 






UHKT BARhAM. Manaicr, 226 Franklin SUeel 



[Its .\\<;ki.i:s. N..v. J-J. Muc nf iln- miisi |ti>< iiliiir lliin;;s 
^ «liirli liiis liii|i|M-iiiMl in iMiiiiiri|iiil jilViiiis for Mtiiic 

tciirri'd ilmiii;,' tin- iimnili when tin- rulicf ('tun 

Miissinn jii-iinliHl ii i-fsijinninl lii|nii|- lirmsr to (I. |»i';;|«.r 
yes, ii l''r<-iM-liin:iii, iMMiinsc \w Innl Ih-cii viulminu Iln- Inw. 
h<';:l<ii-;;i's is tin- owm r nf ii rt'stiinranl ill TlS Itin-ini Vista 
sln-cl. Ill- ii|i|*lii-i| fur (In- iiccnsr iiiul arlniilly ;;i»i it ns 
a JKsli. ("Iiitf i»f I'dlicc Anitrl lili-tl a r<'|Hii-t slmw in;: Ik'w 
till- a|i|ilirant liail ln-i-n ani-sii-il fur vinlalin^' Iln- lii|iiiir 
unlinanrr mi sfvi-ial nt-casiiiiis: Innl |iaii| a liin- of .vjllO, a 
tini- iif ^T.'i ami annilin- <-iini|>laint was liismisscil. 

< 'niiiinisiunt r •laini's n-inarkcil that lir liad In-anl .Mavui- 
MrAlifi- stale at a pii-viiins linn- that it was pnssilili- in 
tiiakc a pMiil riti/iMi mit nf tin- man li> ;:i\ in;; liim a lin-nsr, 
as ill- siH-mi'il liniimi m si-ll liipinr anywav. ami suL'^rstcd 
tliat this mi-tliiHl nf sahatinn Im' tiii-il. 

< 'nininissinni'i' tiati-s at lirst ili|iii ralril tin- iilia nf 
;;ivin^ tin- lirmsi- in a innlirmcil nlliniii'i- against tin- law. 
lint i-mlril liy sirnmlin^ the nintinn nf .laims, aiul tin- 
liii-nsf arliially wiiit in tin- I'li'iirliinaii wiih tlir vnti- nf 
( 'nminis^iniii'i' Masnn- tin- nnl\ nni' ijissiniiii^ fmni iln- 
nnnsnal artinn. 



IJc..ntl\ 1 Ii I'.i "■tmann ai>|)liril fnr .1 w Iml.^.ili- lii|iinr 



liifiis<- ui ihi- rnim T uf Twcirth Mrot ■•• ' < • • • — ■ 
apiiiiNt wliiili ilifn* »«»» II |MTf«vt nv 

AlllUim lllf lUIIIK'H on Ullf nf |||> ■ ■ .,, \ 

Ni'iiiiyrr. |irn|trirlnr uf iiiinih) .iit n 

lilork away. Thr iiltnrui-y fi.r Ii- >i niiiin. ' • 

this wais aiii|ilc |ir<Mif thai tin* artiun nf 
siiIIinI from o|i|ioNitioii liipior iiilm-^- 
rnnsiili-rc«l. Whrii till- iiialirr niiiii* . 

nf llif Hnai-il nf I'njirr ( 'onillliKHiolHr-. i: 

m-ys wilhilri-w his n|i|Misitioii ami aMk<-<| 

allnwiMJ In pt |-i;;||l nil w illl his lilliiiliirMi I li< 1 MinmiH 

sinn was nf a ilitrfii-iii iniml. howfvrr, uml roiiml the 
alli-;:aiioiis to In- in a mcaisiiri- trins iiimI liad <l)-tiTiiiin<t| 
to i-i-fusi- lhi-'a|>|iliraiion of Hi-Mliininii anil n-»"ki- ilif 
liri-iis«- of Ni-imyi-i-. This was i|on«-. hut IhUt it hum i|< 
liih-il to ;jivi- Ni-imyiT om- wii-k lo i«how niutw why h< 

shnlllil nnl Insr his iiri-llMa-. 

It was al!i-;:iil In- hail Ui-n a fr«^|iii-nl violntor of tin 
law in till- malli-r of si-llin;; |ii|iior li« ihi> ilriiik. «hi- ' 
ih-nii-il. Hi-slmann tihil aiioihcr a|i|ili4-alion iN-fni 
lift till- rity hall ami will Im- |ir<n«-nl at iln- m-xt xw 

nf till- I'nliii- Itnjinl Willi his illtorill-y to |i;>||t Ihr ■■ 

yrniiml nviT aj:aiii. 

Till- i- till- f..iiirli lini-- r.^i.t" iif» "f th.Tt ».-, f !..ii l,.i\. 



PEERLE^vS BRAND 

nOLI) MF-.[)AI. 

Wines a nd Brandies 

\'iiieyard.s in S.ui G;i!nicl X'.illcy. W iucry .uul l>i.sliKc:\ 
corner <»f Macy and Lyons Streets, Los Angeles 

Oolcl .Medals have been awarded our Wines \\here\er evhihited. as follow.*: 

O.MAHA. ISO.S; (iUATi:>\AI.A. l.s«AS: PMII.ADi:! I'M! \. |S«)": |>\k'l.^. P^tiO; 
I'.l l-l-ALO. I«M)I; Sr. I.Oll."^. I'JOl. .nul I'ok'II \M) in I'>«I5. 






WHOLESALE 



>KKI:N>*.»M>1 Svl IN^ I I I 



vSouthern California Wine Company 

2 IS \\ I.---1 I oLk'l It ^1 kLI I 

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(IcftMtcil ii|)]>li('anls fur a lirciisc at llii' saiiic |Miint. and 
pi'olcsis lia\c liccii so jii'iicrallv siffiicd lliat .Mayor Mc- 
AltHT has aiiiioiiiictil lliat lie was in favor of cillicr m'anl- 
ini; IJcslniann a license ami allowinii Neiniver to remain 
or of refnsiim l>rsimaiiii and rcvitkini; Neimycr's license, 
lie sail! lie uoiiM adlKi'c (n tiiai |iolic\ ill the riitnre. 

.Miss ISdilia I. elms, daiiuliler of Lewis I, elms, a former 
disiillei- of Kentnckv. lias asked to Ik- ajipointed adminis- 
iialiix of llie esiate (d" her fatliei', who died in this city 
< Klolier .'U, leaving a la rju^e estate. .Mrs. Martha <". Leiins, 
the widow, is entitled to act, lint as Inr daiii;liter has lieen 
admitted to jiractice as an atlornev mmh trouhle will he 
saved h.\ her assnminn the hnrdens of the ])osition, a! 
thonuh a reynlar attorney aiipears of iccord in the case. 
The Jielition leciles llial tile \allle of ihe eslale ll|H)n' 
which administration is asked amounts io sliit.ddi), hut 
it is staled the deceased was worth at least .SiMHKl.tKKt at 
the tiiae of his death. Two sons still reside in Kenlncky, 
and are said to carr.v on the distiller.x Imsiness which onc<' 
helonjred to iheir father. Strani;e as il may seem, Mr. 
i.ehns died without making a will, ai least ii is alleged 
that no snch instrnmeid has heeii found amonj; his ]>ai»ers. 
I'riends who were ac(|nainte(l with him, however, incline 
to the helief .some ilcicumeul will ullimnlely liiiii up. 

The heirs at law aic: .Mis. .M.iriha • '. I.clms, ()rieand 
<'larence l.eluis. sons. I.eoiia, I'.citlia and ricnlice Lelms, 
of Los .\iii:eles, and .Mrs. Iv llolman, annther danuliter 
also residini: in this cii \ . 



"1 think we shoiilil refer this opinion to the \V. C. T 
I', in order that tin' women ma\ niidersland Imw linutcM 
are our powers to reiiidaie the sah; id' such stiilf," sn<:; 
uested one commissioner. "They are on ilie iii:ht track 
lint il is to the State Le;;islatnre they must appeal." 

IJeliictantly Commissioner I'allette, wlu) has taken (In 
lead in the crusade auainst the medicines nio\cd that iln 
City .Vttorney's report he tiled. 

Two allorneys, represent iiii; the |(atenl i Ii( iiie men 

chuckled andihlv and withdrew. 



No delinite act ion has 1 n taken l)\ the t wciily-li\ c loca 

caiiiialists. who recently made the pro]iosit ion to the cit; 
111 imichase Ihe licen.ses (d' the I'dll! saloons now riinninj 
here; liny the fixtures and ]iay a certain sum for the uoof 
will of the projirietors. I'j) to datc^ no comniittees Inivi 
liccn ap]ioinled, lm| il is said some action will lie takei 
iiexl week, and thai ihe names of those fonninii Hk' •■••ni 
mittecs will he announced af Ihat time. JJ()Uor (h'aler; 
do not feel thai I he re(|nesls of the men, who style them 
selves I he ( ii il heiilieiii emu III it I ce, will he ji ran led. and fee 
coiilhleiil they will he allowed to retain their licenses 
Tlie.N are prepared Io put lip a hard liuht lo hold IIkim 
and il is jn'ohahle Ihe Koyal .Vrch will lake some ste|>i 
Io iiiiiieci Ihe interests of its memhers. 



■•rmler the State law as it now stands the r.oaril of 
Health has. in my o|)inion. im power lo remilalc ihe sale 
of ]»ateut medicines." 

This is the otticial o]iiniim rendered hy ihe Cily .\llor- 
ney, and il has |iut an cud lo Mie plans of the Hoard of 
Health lo leiiulaie the sale ni' aliolml ilnpcd concoci ions 
which are sold ntider the misnomer nf medicines. 

"'J'liis jiatent medicine Imsiness smells lo heaxeii" said 
Commissioner ^lamiiim. "and his opiuioii was thai of all 
the Commissioners. 'I'lie i« pmi of the <'ily .\ltoiney cme 
sisted of an eidtome of the .^lale law elieclinu the sale (d' 
medicines. There an- jiisl iwo sialules. Ilach contjiins 
a ])roviso that : "il shall not apply to copyrijilited i>rop 
rielory medicines, nor lo Ihe mannfaclnre nor sale of 
]n-oprielory remedies hy iieisons oilier llian pharmacisls." 

"Thai setiles the (|nesiiiiu so far as iliis comtnission is 
concerned."" commenieil .Ma\or .McAleer. 



.\fiir a trial laslini: several days the suit hroii^ht h; 
( lioi ;;e Znlicleiu auaiiisl the ^lah'fs for coni rol of the slod 
111 Ihe .Maier-Zohelein Hrewin^ Com]iany. has heen snh 
milled to .Indue Kordwell for a decision. 

Zoheh'in claims thai after the death of his i>artner, dos 
epli .Maier, several months a.ud, he inado the discover; 
iliai .Maier had fraudulently secured a control linji inteies 
ill ihe hrewery sto<dc of Avliieli each was sn])|iosed to iioh 
ail ei|iial share. Il was set forth in his coni])laint tha 
when Ihe Iwo iiarlners incor])orated the brewinii conipan; 
in IS'.tt; Iheir sole ]»nrpose was to make it easier for then 
111 handle the affairs of a rajiidly inoreasinji- Imsiness 
and there was a veilial aiifeement hetween the parties tha 
neither shonld ever acipiire the six extra shares of tin 
stock, which were j>iven to three of their employes for I Ik 
pnr]iose of forminin a corporation, without the conseni o 
the other. The eni])loyes \\ho were taken into the corpo 
ration are: Thnrner, llademacher and (loiter. lOacli vva 
uiveii two shares. 

Zobelein (daims dial .M.iier secured the shares of Thiiriie 
and Ilademacher in violation (d' this nnwritteu conlraci 



^VHel:l in 

LOS ANGELES 

do not forget to pay a 
visit to tKe magnificent 






Cafe Bristol 



Under the Management of tKe well-Known Proprietors 

SCHNEIDER (D. FIEBER 



PACIFIC WINE AND SPIRIT RKVIKW. 



Tlif .M;iiii- liciis, oil III)' <ii|i« r li:iii<|, lUiitn ilial tlu-if ii4-\rr 
Wj's siuli ill! ii;;riM'iiii'iil — lliail tin- i-<ii|Miriiiiiiii wjih a 
sti-:ii<>lit ciiiiMiriKiDii williniii anv slriii^^s in it in ■•••^•aril (•< 
I III- a<-i|iiisiiiiiii nf siiirk. 

AImhii Dtif llnnisjiiiil |ia;:r.s ul il(|i<isii inns were icail <liir 
in;: <l><' trial, ami a|>|>ni\iiiiati-l> tjiiir Inintlii'il t-xiiiliiis in 
ilif foini nf cliccks, iiiui-|;;a;;«-s, ili'f«ls ami oilier iloruin<-iils 
Will- iniioiliiciMl ill i-\ iilfiK r. 



Till' follow in;; a|i|ili('al ions for lii|iioi- lici-nsis liavc Ihtii 
nia<l)- an<l i<f<i rc«| |o I'liii-f Aniilc for in\i'sli;:alioii ami n- 
|ioii : itlcrkri- vS; Aslicn, saloon limisc. No. |.">((1J San l'«r 
iiamlo slrifl. liansft r of o\vmM-slii|i from Itlirkcr & He! 
moili; .M. L. Siaiin, No. s:{*_' San j-'i-rnamlo sIitcI. irslan- 
i-aiil lii|iioi- lirciisr; .Mailiii huyinovirli. No. :tll Soiitli 
Main siii'i'i. ifstaiiiant lii|noi- lici-nsi-. 



TIk" \'aii Nnvs ltroa<l\va,v rafc was ;;ranli-«| a license lo 
sei-\e lii|noi-s wiili meals, lint llie Itnrltaiik i-afe was aske<l 
lo wait :i week niitil tlie ('oniiiiissioneis Iia\e time lo iii\es 
li;:ate tile loratioii wliii'li is ii|)slairs insi*|e ilie loliliy of a 
Ihealer. 



("iiarles M. Weisliart a|)|>lietl for a wholesale lii|nor 
lieeiise at ilie collier of Waslii iiiitoii ami San I'edro 
si reels, in tlie name of the San l'e<lro \\'in<- ('om|iiiii.\. 
'{'lie location is less lliaii one linn<lre<l feet from a school 
liiiililin;: so the a|i|ilieatioii w.-is deiiieil. 



I». NN'. K. .Miisser. |iio|iiietiir of a ;;rocer.v store al 
.Ninth stre<-t ami Sania I'e avenue, a|)|ilie<! for a whole- 
sale liijllor license. His store is close lo llie Ilaiise.- 
I'ackiii;; ('nm|»aii.v's |ilanl. rommissioner .Mason de- 
clared that Ihe oiit-oflhe way wholesale places wi-re nolh 
in;; more or less than retail s;iloons ami were only asked 
fur liecaiiS4' the ]iro|irietors could not <n't a retail license. 
'I'lii- applicaiion was denied li.v unanimous \ote. 



The resianiaiii liipior license of W. l '. Hooker, which 
has Imi'Ii operated on Seventh street, close to Wesllake 
Park, was revoked liy the Polirv Comiiiissioners on ai- 
count of tla;;raiit violations of the law, accordin;; to (he 
report of the Chief of police. Lewis l']liin;;er had put in an 
a|>|>lication for a license for the same |ilace, Init he with 
iliiw it liefoie action was taken. L. M. 



I. Ti» pro\i<lc ill .MellNiitnii iM-nn.iiM nt .tfti.i s i.i Im .e!- 
• piarterx as a \iticiiliiiral • 
of meiiilH-rN a technical aiM 

of onicial pa|H>rK and ' ^ lo 

the iiiiliiNlrx in .Nti^ti , . ,, 

colira;;e the I'cadi 

on i|nesiioiiK at1> • 

HjlJlie. if colisidel-etl ailv JKlliii*. 

."». To lake concert<-<l adioii willi tli. •'.■iihtrx Vin.- 
(irowers' Associations in maiterH alT- 
teresi of llie industry: to pi<-vi-iii ai^ 
the trade, and (o cultivate nion- inliiiiaic rfliiiioi 
;;rowi i-s. nierchanlH and tin- i<uMic 

<i. To orpiniy^-, tnaiia;;- luci an aniiiiiil com 

peiiiive wine exiiiliition at ~ and in mu< h iii.iihk i 

as w ill render the saiiie of pniciical M-rvici* t>i ili< 
lemlin;; to improve the i|iiality and ty|N* of A 
wines, and to iliereliy iiicnniKP ihi-ir vtilni* mm an nrtlrli* nf 

(••imilierce. 

7. To Millie Ihe proper n-piTwiiiaJ ioii of Vtciorian 
wimsal all the exhihilions and shows which are fmni liim- 
lo time held in the .Viistraliaii Slates and oiIht |iarlM of 
the world, and to advance iln inii n -•is of the iniluftlry in 
this State, when and wlieii iMe. 

S. To olitain pnltlic rec<' .. : ihe iiati<>ii:il iiii|Mirt- 

ance of Viticnlliire to Austnilia. hy cm » in 

leresis in each Stati-, am! I>y plncin;; thi . on a 

I'edelill liasis. 

'.I. Also, for sncli other |mr|M<«<'s and oIijihIm ;i« h, .\ U 
iliiideil ii| ill iiiaiim r pro\ iditl !>> lln-se nih - 






H(»\N Ihcv l)i» It in Au^lrali^i 



AM:\\ Viiiciiliiiral Society of Victoria lAustniliai 
has lieeii formed. The piirpos<>s and tin- objects of the 
new society arc: 

1. To proniole the growth and cultivation of the vine 
and lo protect the p-iieral interests of thoHe eiipip-il in 
the wine industry in N'ictorin. 

2. Toestaldish Ihe nucleus of n |H-riiiaiient orpiniMilion 
to re]ii-es4>nt the pneral interests of viticulture and its 
as.sociatiil trades — an orpini/Jition whose crowih and in 
tliience will in course- of time enable it to coiuniand thai 
decree of public attention and este«>ni which lhi> inifMirl 
ance of Ihe capital investiil in the industry, at* a whole, 
entitles it In claim. 

:i. To ait as an advisory b. rnm<>nt of 

the dav in regard to th<' future ni.ma^inoin of Ihe wine 
induslrv. 




ASft'^T OUANC ST 

Cormpon-lvnra i>olldl«il tof WIbm In •.;»« r »t.*i. fj 

JULIUS PAUL SUrrU. UmMou, CAunan^ 



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News of the Northwest 



PACIFIC WINE AND SPIRIT REVIEW. 

•r (if I'ii-si iixciiin- Jiiiil I'ikc st iccl. This |il:i(i 
• (.111 l;miliii;iil<s iiiiil li;is Imtii in n|MT:ilinM there 



;ll Ihr I'linii 
is niii-ur lh( 
I'tn- \i';m-s. 



SIOATTI.i;, Wiish.. NuMiiihci- L'(t. 'I'hf sclllciiirlll ul'lhc 
Sfiiltli' Itrcw in-: iiMil .Miill ini: ('oinpiiiiv's strikr \\:is in 
i-c!ilily a vicluiy foi- the lncwi-i-.v. Iiislciid nl" li^iiiii'iu 
j;n»iiinl ihc wmkirs iiiithmlili'dly hisl ctinsiihTahh'. Il lias 
Imm'M tile citiilciilion of" liic lircwfiics of llu- XoiMliwcsi (hai 
llii'v were nut iiiniiin^' llicir Imsiiicss ami lliis last strike 
was the result i>l' a stainl taken in despei-at inn. The hoycntt 
DM Ikmm- was not a sneeess in the Nnii hw est ami m>t iniieli 
attention was paiil in ii even anmni: the laliminj; men 
themselves, altlinnuli the .|nestinn nf liie line itnixtsed liy 
llie iininn on those w hn iliaiik nniaii- lieei- hail its etVeel. 
Ilul u'fiicrally speakiiii;, the |inlilii- was nnt interested. ( 'ali- 
fornia really won the hrewcry strike for the strikers, and 
if il had not heeii for ihe linn stand taken liy the California 
unions the all'air would not lie in its prescni comiition. 



.Mr. .Il Mph Kiaiise, one of i In- lust know n saloon men at 
I'.Iaek Kiamoiiii. has ii|iiiii'(l a in-w |ilare al .\nlMirii. He 
will still eoiitinue at Klark l>iamond and make oeiasiniial 
\ isits to .Vnlmrn. 



The I'.ismarik siill roiilinues to he the most |ii.|Milar 
jilaee in town. To proM- this .Mr. .lanseii, the genial jiro 
prii'lor. has annonmed that he is compelled to enlarjie iiis 
jilaee to aeiommodale his trade. Anotlier room lias been 
secured, which will add iiieally lo the space, siufe it will 
emilile him to liaxc anolher and hetter entrance liesides the 
athlitioual floor sjiace in the main hall. 



( ;eor;:e llopjie of l,ea Veil w orl h. Wash., has sold his jdace 
there lo i'liil I'.arileii and lion^hi ilie place operated ;il 
.Monnt Ncrnon liy I.. I ». I'd ;:msiiii. The |irices jiaid in 
hoiji instances were t;ooil ones, showing; ihat the linsiness 
was payinu;. 



.M iuliav acca, Kieilsheimer Hros., lla^iicrly, and, in fact. 

all of (he local dealers, rcpiiri especially ix 1 linsiness and 

cillcclions e.xcelleiil for the nmnlh. Decenilicr will, of 
conrse. he a uoiiil monlh, and, as a whole, ihis yc;ir will ti;;- 
ure np away in i he lead for linsiness in i he Nmi hw est. 



Tom \\'illiains lias associated himself w ilh .1. W. .Morri- 
son, and the two popular 1-^irst a\eniie saloonnieii aie con- 
dncliiiiia lliirsi-(|iiencliiii,i; em]iorinm Jnst two doors below 
Williams' old jilacc. and just across ihe street from .Mmri- 
son's former stand. Mr. Husch of ".Xnn llaiiscr"" fame look 
over the old I'ikc and n|i lo ilie picscni I inn- noihiiii: has 
been done with il. It's a m»od location and a wcll-i)laiiiie<l 
place and oin;ht to make a liood stand for some one lookinji 
for a location. 



The Caiinel Wine ( "o. of this city has secured Iheaj^eucy 
from I he I'.row n-I'orman Co. of Louisville for the famous 
I'orcslcr whisky, for the Stale of California. The ecnnpany 
will make a specially of this well-known brand in "lasf?. 
These i;o(ids are never piii up until they are Ihorouiihly ma- 
tured, and are uiiaranlced lo lie alisniulcly pure Such an 
auenc\- nllullt In be a \alliable one. 



.Mr. !•;. i;. Crosinn has Imu^lii ihe Crescent Liipmr Com- 
)ian_\'s hotel and bar ai the cnriier of -Jackson and Secund 
a\ciiiie South. 



■'<;i-ii'X''-i.'~\i!'X'Mt!-\.'~t>PJi>j^»S'M>^^^^ 



Pacific Copper Worlds 



Walla Walla, Wash., is liavin- a liillc "Warski" all of 
its own. and no peace cnnfeiem-e in silihi. .\fter the read- 
injj of a (•ommiiiiicaiion from Ihe Order of (iood Temjilars 
callinj; alleiilion to specific instances of th(> violation of 
the anti-namlilini;- law, a rejjiilation was introduced at tbe 
last Council im-etinii revokinii the license of the Idle Hour, 
the Louvre, the i''lk, the Owl and ihe Uismarck saloons. 
The next day at 1 o'clock all of the (dosed saloons opened 
for business. A special meeliiiii of the <"ouncil is called 
anil the jiroprieiois of lin- closed saloons are to be arrestcnl 
on cliarj;es of violaliiii: the anti-jiambliiiji- law, the Sunday 
elosinjracl and sellini: liipior withoui a license. The Coun- 
cil is backed by Ihe church peo]de and by Ihe saloon nieii 
who have not violated ihe laws. The crusade will no doubi 
be <arried farther and an effort made to stop the slot ma- 
chine o]ieralin.i;-. 



Amoiii; Ihe Seattle chaiiLii s for the mnulh is the sale of 
Xelson & Clark's saloon and eaaiiou lo Tony Steven.son 
and Carl Swenson, who will cmuluci ji ^•eneral retail busi- 
ness. Kraiise ^; Kiei,;in have boufilii ihe old Jion Ton Saloon 



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rlli: vinia^f fill- l!tn."> is iinw <>v<r. Tin- ;;:r;i|i«s luivc 
Imi'Ii iiiiDli- iiilo w iiir, j:rii|M-j:rn\vcis liavr it<i'i\c<l I heir 
iiv, :iii)| till- wine iiini ;irc |iri'piiriii;: tlicir ]>riH]urt for 
t'Xf s|triii;;'s iiinikri. Tlic crxp of •iPiiiH-s :ill over tlic 
Ijiti- was siiijill this vcai- iiiiil \a|>ii <'oiiiil,v lias liccii i:;; 
M-rplioii. Tlic jiiaiM-fjiow* rs iliil not rcci-ivf the ictiiiiis 
ii'.v I'Xptrtcd. Tliis was ilm-. for tin- most part, to tin- 
iipri'<'c<|i'iit«-(l liot spfll of ii-ii (lavs wi- |>assc«l tliron;;!) 
1st -liilv. Till' jdiccs. Iiowcvcr, wcrr very satisfariory 
ikI rasli on ilclivcrv <-oiii]N-iisaliMl, sonicwiiat, for tin- sliort 
iiip. I't-rliaps tin- most sjitisfyiii^ result of tin- viiitai;i" 
I to lie fonml ill III)- su]>*-rior tpiality of tin- witic Najia 
'oiiiity, it is well known, always cxrcls all otiicrs in tin- 
laiinfartni')' of ilrv wines, hut iliis year the ipiality is 
etlef than ever JM-fore. .Men who have lieen eii;;aj;e(l in 
lie vitii-nltiiral imlustry for ilie past thirty years are 
iDiiiimoiisly if the o|>itiion that never liefore has siieli 
lioiee wines Inm'Ii ina<le in ('alifornia as those of the vint- 

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an niisiirpa.sMMJ i|iiiility of wim-. llic prin- of 
shonhl materially ailvann- n«\t spriii};. If il <l<Hit imi 
theie will eertainly "Ih' siimelhiii;: eriNiktti in Dviiinnrk." 
With <:oiii| priees aii<l a not overly ;!imnI supply of phhI 
wines with wliiili to nie«-l llic ileniand. llie next viiila;:e 
slioiiM tin<l the eoopera;:e alHiiii empty, and tin- iiiiliiMtr> 
in an e\eeptionally •:o<nI slia|N-. At leiixi there Im e«er\ 
reason ftir takin<: an uptiniistie view of the Hiiiiiiii.i^ 
St. Helena Star. 



The Stone Hill Wine t 'o. of llermnuii, Mo.. haH tw-iil 
lis a elippin;; from the St. I.oiiis I'umI lH.j.af f in uhieh il 
is slated that the surplus sliipnieiitn -111 the dif 

ferellt eolllities of .Mis}«4i|iri WiTe oV«'r ..ilioUsdnr 

in;: ihe past year. The Stiite UilMir Itnn-an im ilie am > 
for the aiiiioiineenienl. wliiili diN>M not ini Imle th* 
eoiisnnied in tliecountieti ill wliieh they were pr<N|ii<tii. .\1 
most the entire crop was nin*U> ill • ;.i-. .•ncl" . ilie iiuiniy in 
whirh the Stone Hill Wine <'o ^1. ihf out 

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5, By FREDERICK T BIOLETFI, UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA 



iViniliiiiiril from last iiioiitli.) 

Tin till if Ariil. — Tliis iuiil is riniiul in larjffr or siiiiillcr 
iiiiiouiils ill :ill yrnpi's ;iii(l in all wines. Some of the iuid 
fxisis "free" (thai is, nncuniliiiird wiili any liase), Inii 
nu>st (if it oitiiis in rmiiltination with jxitasli and lime. 
The priiuiiial aridity of most jirapes and wines is due to 
the arid sail of potash and tartaric acid, liitartrate of 
potash, more eoinnioniy known as cream of tai'tar. sialic 
aciil antl its sails also occur in consiih-rahh' amounts, and 
some i>lher acids in very small amounts. Thus the acid- 
ity of a must is due to a nuinlter of acids and acid salts, 
which vary somewhat in their jiroportions as well as in 
their tola! amounts in various >;raiies and at various 
stages of ripeness. Jn unripe liiapes the free acids pre- 
doniinaie; in ripe, the acid salts. 

The imiiortance of the acidity nf the stapes in wiiie- 
makiuii is so ^feat that no wine-maker should he without 
the means of di-terminin<i' its aniouiit. It is not necessary 
to know the exact amount of eacli const it iiciii nf liie aciil 
i(y, and to determine it would lie ditliciill and iiiipiacli 
cable in wine-makiiiji; lint some measure of the "total acid- 
ity," which A\ill ^ive us an idea of its etfect on (he fer- 
menlatiou and on the i|uality of the wine, is lioth useful 
anil necessary. This may lie found in various ways, but 
the results are always ;;iven as sulfuric or tarta.ric acid. 
That is, when we say a must has .S jiei- cent acid as tar- 
taric, we mean that its acidity has the .same etfect on the 
reagents used in determining;; it as .8 per cent of pure tar- 
taric acid would have. This ddcs not give us the exact 
amount of tartaric or of any nf ilic acids in the must, but as 
the various acid constituents dcciir in about the same rela- 
tive Jiroportions in all grapes that are not very unripe, it 
gives us a convenient way of comparing dilfereut grajies 
and of judging whether their acidity is sullicient f<ir our 
purpose. 

The acidity affects the ipiality of the wine both directly 
and by its etfect on the fermentation. A dry wine retpiires 
a certain amount of acidity or it will taste flat — a red 
wine with insutticient acidity drops its color very rajiidly. 
Its iiiiisl marked etfect. ho\\('\cr, is due to its influi'iice on 
the fermeiitalive organisms in the must. Yeast will mui- 
tilily and gmw in presence of a larger amount of acid than 
any of the nidinary disease germs and bacteria occurring 
in imisi .-ind wine. For this reason a very acid must near- 
ly always unilergoes a clean and thorough fermentation, 
and the resulting wine clears rajiidly and keejis well. 

It is ini|inssili|e to say what I he innsi desirable degree 
of acidify is, as this \aries with so many conditions. Ued 
wine reijuires moi-e than white, as the former loses much 
in fermenting, (nluring grapes, such as the Bouschets, 
rei|nire more than mdinary red grapes, as tli(» coloring 
matter is less stable, .\inerican grajies, such as Lenoir, 
r(i|uir(> still more, as iliey are liable to a peculiar eliange 
wlu'u lacking in acid, v'lieli destroys their cobn-. Moldy, 
unripe or otherwise defini\c grajies re(|iiire more than 
good grapes, on account of ilie large numbers of bacteria 
and molds they contain. 

According to Bouffard,' the average acidity of good red 
wines in the south nf I'ram-e is .(> ]iei- cent to .!t jier cent. 



("lood wiiu's may have less than this, but they are then d 
ticnll to liandle. .\s smie nf the aejdity is Inst in ferment 
linn, the must should ha\e nmre ilian ibis, linns- gives : 

I he liinsi r:i\-nrable aciil ilv Inl- rei| w ilie grapes ill the sou 
(if i'lniiee, I lie I'nilnw illL; : 

I'ni- .\r:iiiinn, < 'arigiia iii', and iiinsi red grapes, (1.8 p 
relil ; t'nr rmuschel s, 1.(1 pel' eelll: fnr .laeipleZ (Lenoir 
\:2 pil- eelit. 

Tile acidity nt lipe ( 'iilifnrnia grapes very rarely reach 
iliese tigiires, espeeially ill the hotter parts, and this \;v 
greatly inleiisities the unfavorable etfect of hot ferment 
linn. Lvcn in the snath of I'lame the grajies very coi 
iiKinl.N' fall belnw these tigures when allowed to inatn 
completely. There, the ditlicnlty is usually overcome 1 
gathering the grajies under-ripe, to the detriment, as i 
ready observed, of both ipiality and (piantity. In lar 
\inevards, however, it is often im]iossibl(> to gather i 
the grajies before llie_\ are thoroughly ripe, so th(! an 
menial inn nf the acidity by addition of acid to (he gra|i 
nj- wine is becoming a common ]>ractice both there and 
.\lgeria. The addition of the acid to the wine after f( 
mentati<in is practiced only when its fibject is to increa 
the acidity for (he taste <if certain Frein-h markets, or 
increase the stability of the coloring matter in wine fro 
color-grajies. Jacipiez wine is sometimes dosed with tji 
taric acid to the extent of 2 per cent, which makes it (jui 
undrinkable, but tiseful to blend with wines lacking 
both acid and color. Tartaric acid added to the wi 
after fermentation gives a harshness to the wine which 
absent when the acid is added to the must before ferment 
tinn. The only object of adding it after instead of befo 
is that a certain jirojiortion is precipitated, and this 
Ilie latter case is losi in the ])oniace or thick lees, while 
the fniiiier it is recovered in (lie argol deposited in t' 
-casks. 

l"nr the iiuriMise of regulating the fermentation, ho 
ever, it must be added to the crushed grai)es, and in tli 
cas<', unless used in extravagant (piantities, it has abs 
Inlely no ill effects on the flavor of the wine. Hoav mU' 
it is necessary or safe to use can be determined only 1 
experiment in each vineyard with each variety of graj 
In a general way, it may be said that experience has shov 
that with gra])es very low in acidity it is neither safe n 
necessary to add enough acid to bring up the amount 
the figures given by IJoos as normal. For example, if 
must shows A per cent of acidity it is usually sufficient 
add enough tartaric acid to bring this acidity up to .6 p 
cent, that is 4 pounds to the ton of grapes. Some write 
say it is rarely desirable to exceed 2 pounds to the toi 
while others believe it is quite admissible to go as high 
."i, (■) or even S pounds per ton.* In general, the best mo 
ern practice seems to be not to exceed 4 pounds per toi 
and this in all cases is sufficient to insure a good ferment 
t ion so far as acidity alone can do this. The reason of th 
is I hat the addition of a certain amount of tartaric ac 
to the must has a much stronger effect on regulating tl 
fermentation than an equivalent amount of natural aci 
ity, because it increases the "free'' acid and diminish 
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ii iinnli iimr.- iliti ri-.iit t-n.-rt on \,:ul f.iiiniitM ihiin ili,. 
lain-;, l)tit wlifii ill j;ical rxrcss it als<. lias an uiiplcasiint 
haisliiifss to the jialali'. Wln-n wi- add lartaric arid to a 
must or will.' we yet an iiiitvasc of frn- tariaiic a<id in 
llir lii|iii<l, liiit at till- S4IIIU' tinu' we •;cl a diiniMiition of 
• n-aiii of tartar. Tin- cliriiiiiai fcaitioiis to wliirli this Ih 
dni> ai-f ol(s«iiri' and roinplicaii-d, Imi it is |iartl_v due to ilic 
fart that the iiiori' fi-o- taiiaiir arid tlicif is im-sfiit tin- 
li'ss ra|)aldf tin- w im- is of kt-rjiiii;; liitartnitc of |iotasli in 
s<dutioii. Tin- addition of tartaric arid ahva.vs causes, 
fliciifoic, a deposit of cicain of tartar, and tliricfori' tin- 
incrcas«' in the acidil.v of tlic rcsnltin;: wine is less tlian 
corresponds to the ainount of acid added. In a ;;eiieral 
wav we may sjiy that we >isuall.v find in the wine ahout 
two-thirds of the acid added to the must. The ammiiit 
will vary, however, accordiii;; t(» londilions. If addeil di 
rectly to the wine we may increase the acidity l>y 7<l per 
cent of the acid used." If adiled to the must only IT per 
cent may he found in the wine,' while if added lo the 
cnishi'd ;:rapes as little as iTi |Mr cent" may remain. 

There is very little danj:<M- of makiii;: the wine harsh 
unless the luaximnm doses recommended are \>i\ mucii 
exceediil; and a sliy:ht harshness due to ^ood acidity di 
ininislies w ith a^e. 

I'itrir .\iiil. — This acid has lieeii used I'.xteiisively diir 
in;; ri'«-ent years to cure or prevent a certain form of the 
diseasi' of wines which the {•'reiicli call "la casse." Its 
ellicacy in this respect, ami the complete ahsem-e of any in- 
jurious effect on the wines trejiled. su;:i;este<l its use ill I he 
aciditicatioii of deticieiit must, hefore fermentation, in 
place of lart.iric acid. I'or this purpose it has lieeii found 
eipially ellicacioiis ami, from most jxtints of view, superior 
lo tartaric acid. The only olijcction to its u.se is the doiilii 
as to the presence of citri<- acid as a normal constituent 
of jiiapes. Some invest i;;atoi-s claim that it dtM-s exist 
naturally in grapes in minute i|uanliiies. and as only 
minute ijuantities are necdiil. ami as the acid is as "in 
iiiH'ous and wholesome as tartaric aci<|," there seems to he 
no rea.sonahle olijcction to its use. It is not and cannot Ih' 
ns4>d in any way to imreiise (he i|iiantily of wine imide 
from a ;;iveii <|uantity of i;rapes, hut only to improve it*: 
i|ualii.\. Its iis<' cannot iheiefiue he considered a sophisti- 
cation an\ more than that of siilfurous acid or tinin;;s. 

< 'itric ai id has s«'\eral ad\anta;;es o\er tartaric. It din-s 
not ;;i\e the harshness to (he wine which some tasters 
find in case of iar^e additions of tartaric. It does ti<<t 

i;m^i- pli 1 i|.il;|I i.iii i.f ill.- ('I'lillii iif l;i|-l;ir. Inif on llu . 



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irary it niak<t< (his I.iii.i ^IJlIiiU ; ...i., 

^ether with the fa> 

• lelerrelit effect on 

sihie to p-t the same effi-cl with a niu< 

I'lom one-half lo one ihini the iiinoiint 

for example, where it would Ik- iiis-ckmii 

of tartaric acid to a Ion of ^traiH-it, frun. _ . 

citric acid wonld Ik- ti|ually efTiH-tivt*. 

It JK exM-ntial that the citric aiid HlimiM U > i ii 

acid is soiiietiines found on the market, marl. i » 

use. which is adnlleiiite<l with oxalic acid. 'I 'h- 

extr«-iiiely iiijiirioiiH to the wiin-. Thei^^ iii. u.i 

dillicnlty now in nettiny pure citric ac-iil in .it 

alHiiii ;{() ceiitM |M-r |Mtiind. which in very lin .m 

the cost of tartaric, and which, conoid' i.-r 

amounts iie4-di><|, nnikes it more )-4-onomi. , r. 

« 'itric aciil of siiitalde i|ualily is now made ui nuaiitU\ in 
California fr<uii refiis4- and cnll lemons. 

< "itric acid must not In* roiifiiM<(| with ' .,r 

e.sselice tililailied ffiMII till- skiUM of leniollh m 

tiavorin;:. I'liri- citric acid has a coiiipletelr eliiin, Rimplf, 
aiid taste, without any lenion Havor whalover. 

/'hixlrr. — t»iu« of the oIde»*l aiu! most wiilfxprfod 

methiMis of aitliny the ferinentation l»y in - •' 

acidity of the mnst \» liy the aiKIitittn of o^! 
of I'aris or sulfate of lime to the gniiM-ti. '! 
sifted on to the ;jrsi|M-s. as lliey coiuo from 1 1 .it 

the rale of hetw«-<-n 4 and S poiiiicls to the ton i 
lice was formerly almost iiniversjil in Mitilhern Kr.' 
similar climates, hiil it has Im-«-h greatly n-slricteil li\ .1 i.i« 
pas.sei| ill is'tl. liniilin;: the amount of sulfate of |Miiafili 
in w ines to L» ;;rams |M-r liter. 

The effect of the plaster i.s lo eaiiw a liotter fernii'Dliilioii 
and to iticri-a.s«. the k«-4-pin;; i|iHility of the wine. It niilR 
in the rapid clearing; of the wine and increasi-s .nirl hri'^t- 
ens the color. The chemical a<'lion is soiue\> 
hut tin- linal result is an increas<- in the .' 
w ine and of the sulfate of |Httasli. The lin>' 
on the potash S4ills exislint; natiinilly in rh> 
iiLsoliiltli- lime iartnit«-s. which ar- 
sulfates and aciil siilf.ites. which r. 
acid sulfates linall,\ lake the |Mlta^h fnui 
.sails and Im-coiiic neutral sulfaii-s of |ioia.«li. ^• 
pinic acids to iiiri>>as4> the aridity of wine. \ 
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is pivatly in fnvor iinioii;: the wine iiiiikrrs of iit;irl,v ;ill 
wiinii n'f;i(ins. Wliilc vnv liil|itiil in (il)tiiiniiij; a soiiinl. 
cit'ar wiiu- nf ^initd kcfjiinu i|iialiiii's, it ;;ivcs a frrtaiii 
liarslmcss wliicli is iiiadinissihlc tor line wines. .Many saiii- 
jtlcs of ]ilaslcr. iiiorcoMT, (nniiiiii t arlioiialcs, wliic-ii 
nial<c its use vci-v iiiiri-lialili'. ami if incsciii in any mnsiil 
n-alilc i|nanlilics nriiirali/.r nmic of ilic naliiral M(iilii\ of 
tin' wini' tlnin is sci fnr U\ ilic snilah'. 

Tin- (|\n'siion of iIh' liaiiufnl cUViis. on lirailii, of wine 
coiitaininv; snifaic of |(olasli is still in (lis]intc. Tin- law 
in Frame, howcvci-. liniitinii the amount tlial a comnicr 
rial wim- nniy contain to L' urams ]>cr litiT, maUrs imjMis- 
sil)Ic tile nsc of t'non;ili jilastcr to have tin- desired etl'eei 
(III tile fermentation, i'or tliis reason its use is ininli 
mori- restri<-ted tiian formerl.v Some wine-makei's use 
it in lonjnmtion wiili tartaric acid, nsiiiii as mnch ])last<'i' 
as |)ossil>le without exceediiiii llie le^al limit of sulfate in 
llie wine, and makin.u nji the deticieiicv with tartaric acid. 

I'linsjiliali s. — l,atterly many wine-makers in Ali;eria 
have heen iisinj: lii-ltasic ]ilios]diale of lime in the same 
way as phister. It is sificii on to the crushed <ira]ies in 
tile same way and proilnces very miuli the same etfect. It 
is sniierior to ].lasier. as ii does not ui\c llie liarslmcss dne 
to the latter, and docs uoi in<rc,isc ilic sulfates. Acid 
|ihos]ihates of jinlasli arc Icfl in llic wine and llie lime 
is dei)osited as neutral lime lartrate. Xothinii injurious 
is left in the wine, and the iihosjihales douhtless aid the 
eoiiii)lelit>n of the fermentation. It has. however, the same 
defect of hein.i;- unrelialile. as its a<tion is very varialile 
and it is inipossible to foretell lii<' elfect of a cei'taiu dos( . 

1 "Sevua de Viticullure," vol. 10, p. .^15. 

2 Rods: "T/Iiidustrie Vinicole Mcriilionale " Montpellier, INW. 

5 Bounar.l. A.: "Revue de Viticulture," vol. 10, p. .■>(.'> 

4 Sebastian, V.; "Le Sucr^ge des VIns," p. J6. Montpellier, !'.iO:i. 
.^ Pacoltet; "ViniUcatlon." p. 33. Paris, 11)04. 

6 Houn.ird, A.: "Revue de VitlcMlturc," vol. 10, p. hla. 

7 Fonsecs and Chlramonti;. .[uoted by Pacoltet, P.: " ViniBcution," p. "I. 
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Truth About American Wines. 



AT Ihc recent W in.' and Spirii Slio\\ in Madison Square 
Cardeii. New York. Ivlward K. laiiersmi, Presideiil 
(if the Hrotherhood \\ ine Co.. had some iiilerest inu, and in- 
structive remarks lo make rcuniiliiiLi .\iiieiicau wines as 
com|>ared with foreign |Uddiicis. I'mm an inleiview j-uli- 
lislicd ill the \()'- V'///,< /■ we c.xiraci i lie followini; : 

•■.\s far as this e.xliihil ion is i-oiiccriicd. il shows willi^'Ul 
doiilit thai our ]ieo|ile arc hccomiin; more and mtu'c inler- 
esled in the |irodiicis of our native vineyards. .\ few short 
years a.ui> a show of i his nal nre would have heen an iiiquis- 
siliility, hut to-day lliere is an inleresi tliat warrants such 
an exhiliition. .\merican wines are i;rowiiii: every day 
stronjicr in ilu' csiimaiiou of our ]ico|ile. The iircjudicc 
that exists is rapidly disM]iiicarinL: and our market is lieiu;: 
extended every day. Of course, the more we can do ill the 
way of cducalion llie easier our task will lie; oiir ]ieo]ile 
must know thai .\iiiciica has v\i\\ advantaiie in the way 
(if wine-makiiii:. The i wo i;real reipiisites, soil and climate, 
are (inrs; the i:ia]ics we raise are sought for th(» world over 
and if this is tin case why should not their juice he in e<pial 
demand? lu tin matter of ]iressin.t; and fei-nient ini;, our 
methods have lieen pronounced superior to any llial arc 
juirsued ahi-oad and .■ i^ only the iiiditfereiice of luir people 
that makes the ta.sk irk m. me. 



"This ma_\ seem lo yon a small incideiii. hut I can assi 
\cui I hat when it is overcome the future of the Amerii 
wine industry will he a certainty. We need to rouse ( 
jteople lo a full realization of what Anierican wines J 
ami leach them to appreciate tiieir v:ilue. .\s a matter 
laci. I he .\merican pco]i|e as a w hole are iio| w ine drinkc 
ami w hy I his is so is hard to exjilain. < Mir ancestors w^ 
all wine ilrinkers and alllioiifih as a iiaiiou we are jxv 
iisiis of siimnlants, our record shows ihal in ihe use 
w iiie we are awa_\ liehind many of the smaller countries 
l^iirope. To explain t his. as I have said, would he ditliei 
lull I ihiiik I can at least advance a tlieory. In the c; 
of imporied w inc. no iiuit ter how jidod and how pure it w 
I here always seeins to he sonletliinj; lackiiifi; tliei'e is 
I may use the term a waiitiiif; chord, a res]ioiisiveness tl 
our ](;il.ilc asks for .iml does not ijet — to he concise I v 
put il in one word, niisal isfactory. (h\ the ollicT' hand 
respeci to (uir liipiors and heers it is jusl the reverse; tl 
■ ire iii'owiini in poiMilarily every day and the demand 
them is ever increasiii<i- and I think the ex|ilaiiation is s' 
|ile. They are made of home ]iroducts and they satisfy i 
desire and in like nianner native wines will do the sai 
hut lor years w e have used only iiu])orted wines a 
ihroii^h lliis lack, can 1 say of nativity, they have vveai 
us away from wine driukini;. \Ve all know the effect 
ilic cliauue of water and in travelinji- we use many prec; 
lifuis ill Older to escape it. Now if you will liut sto]) n 
think feu- a nioiiient you will see the analojiy of my remar 
The .sysieiii niiisl he traimvl to the use of eitlier forei 
w iiies or foreign waters and as this process demands rai 
or less attention the reason why Ainericaus are not w 
drinkers I think is exidained. Now w itii the iidveni of i 
own vineyards heconiini: popular. 1 feel thai in .a few ye; 
the case will he dil'fereiil. ( »ur peu]i|e have already he;;: 
lo appreciate Ihe fad ihere is a salisfyiim eleiiK 
in .\iiicrican wines and lliey who use ilicm refiilc auv ii 
as to their inferiority and there is no denyiuii hui thai 
arc oil Ihe upward track. Of course, our task is no e; 
one. lull Ihe fill me of ihe American wine is assured am 
is such eNhihiti<iiis as this thai will eiiahle us to rci 
Ihe L^oal I hat much the sooner."' 



iPIPOBTIIITTODISTILLEBIiPJIIIEinMI 

The accouipanyiiij; ci.t ilUisti 
our ORIGINAL CONTINU' 
STII.L, which we have impr 
each season until it has reschec 
present perfection. 

Thi» STiI.L, which has ah 
received our special attention 
study, has been of material a; 
ance in securing forCalifornia s 
wines and brandies the high ran 
the world which they hold today. 

We manufacture not only I 
class STILLS, but also Copper 
Brass Work of all descriplions 
wiueies, rtislilleries. hreneries, e 

Our Pasteurizers and Wine Fi 
enjoy the same high standar. 
popularity as cur STILLS. 




Rekerk.ncrs :-A11 sure 
vine and brandy produc 



sful • 



ALL KINDS Of COPPCR WORK DONE AT SHORT NOIICL 

Schalitz & Morris %°T/Z 

SUCCESSORS TO SANDEBS COPPER WORKS 

309-311 HOWARD STREtT, SAN FRANCI5 

^ Southern Califoi Ilia I'.ranch: 

Pat'dSe.t. 29, 1891. Pacific Copper Works, Inc., Los Angeles, Cal 



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I*. K. .Miivhrw & r<... Ill,, wrll kiiiiuii iiiiil nliulili- In 
i.iiial IJ.viinu' aiul <*ii»ioiii ||uiim- Hruk.-n*. fur iiiiiii\ 
Mills liHal««l lit 4-_'4 lUitli-ry win-ii, lui*r, nwint' 

iiipiil iiiiifiisi- of tlicir liiixiiitiiM, n \«i| !•• n,,,, 

Mi'MliiiiiK .|iiiiriirN ai 111 Hatlcrv Mnii. •liacuiMlly upiM. 
>il.' (Inir f..iiiM.|- jiMiiiiitii. Tin- luw uniri-j* an- lij-lii. air* 
ami i..iiif.,ilal.h.. nn,! H,,. ,.|ia„yp |,„m U-,-!! favorably i-«nii 
iiKiitn! ii|tuii \,y III,. ||.,M ,,f |Miiri,„s „f (|„. linn. Kv.-ry 



TIk- Swis.«i-Aiiicririiii Hank a( ."rJ4 .M<>iii;;iniifry stn-i-l 

i.sniir.if ihr favnnif liankiii;; iiisliiiiiiuii.saiiniii}.' ilic wliolf . ... ,.. „ „, ,„..,„,„ r.^^■^^ 

sair am! n-lail lii|iinf iiailr uf ilic ,iiy. It lias a lari;t' in<«ifni •tMivi-iiii-iiri. Iihn Imi'h iiiKUilli.,i in tin- in-w rmmiK 

(•iifiitfir aiiiHiifi lU'is cla.ss of hiisiiicss nifii ami Wfll ,|i'- -^ ><iiiii|il|iiMiMly riiriiiN|ii.i| lirivat,* on; i, 

.m-rvi-s llu'ir pali-ona;;*'. Il lias aiii|ilc caiiital ami rnmliirts t'listuiiin-s may traiiKart tlii-ir Imikp r 

its liiisim-.ss nil lirnad aii<I liltfial lines, while its i>nirials i'**s|H>iiili-iiri' is uni' uf iIh> ii,.\v r<-.iliiri- i » 

an- always luiii-tiMiiis ami oi)li;:iii<:. A saviii;:s li.ink is unc S4|iiari' i|<-aliii;: ami strin aiii-iiiinn In .ii 

of ihr iM.imlar f.:itiii-is aixl . Ii.rk amniils aiv s|M-.ially fni- \\ ]]. .Mnvli.w \ t'u. a |ila<«> in tlw imnai.ul. u.,rl.| ..f 

w'li'il**!. this I iiy «.f iIh- |iit;|i,Mi <lianHii>r 



HUBERT MERCANTILE COMPANY 



Telephone 
Private Exchange 313 



136-144 Second Street 



SAN FRANCISCO 
CAL 



Sole Agents and Importers of the World's Standard Brand: 



HUNTER BALTIMORE RYE 

H. B. BOURBON and RYE WHISKIES 

HL MONTE BOURBON 

MARYLAND MONOGRAM 

W. H. McBRAYER'S CEDAR BROOK 

BOOTH'S OLD TOM and DRY GINS 




ST. LOUIS A. B. C. BEER 

BUCHANAN'S BLACK and WHITE SCOTCH 

J. BAUMGARDNER RYE 

UNION LEAGUE BOURBON 

AETNA MINERAL WATER 

1 '.OAR'S HEAD ALE and STOUT 



RLiinart Brut Champ^ij^ne '•^ "r\\';a.r;r;c''J;;r'' 



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Till v<-ai- I'.iD.'i lias |ii-ii\«il In In- till- liaiim-r line for ('ana TIk-m* arc ilic Untti lU-fa-rnil ila\H wln-n iIm' ;:<mb| «i|i| 

• liaii Clnh Whisky in this niarkit. In tin- paHi f.-w yi-arw imukinnmh. Mn- .nnviin.. ....i --Imt niMi. i --'- i- ■ " 

ih.- I.iami has ma".!,- v.-rv mark.-,| |.r..;:n-s« m.l ..niv on tin- '" •"''•I' '"" "»• *'•' ""•'• ' TIi.-m- « 

,. . , . ... , Im-hI ami 111 ilii- iin»ii Hiili- •-- -i....^ 

t'uasi, 1)111 III ri)iili;;ii<>ii.s I'm ittr markrls, iiiilil lln- \<i|iiiiif ■ i • . . 

llit-n- Ih lull DIM- |ila< •■ III I 

has rrai'h)i| a hamlsnin,- inlal, nf wliiih .McMtrx. Ilirani ^^^^^^ j^ ,|„. ,. i». ,, i,-,, , 

^^illkl•r \ Snii> max laki- a jiisi |iri<|i-. raniiilian I'liih »irii-l \\- 1 iJn* lartfi-*! .i 

^^ liisk_\ is IhiIiIcI iimh-i- (iu\i-i-iiiii«-nl Nii|N-r« isiMn afii-r ..' . ..i.i.. . .i ... >i 

Iiauii;: iiiaiim-(l in wimnI in ii|t'l«»iliii,< nar<-liuiiM«.«, jmil i" < 

ni'Xir >.il.| iM.i.i rii .-11,.. ji iii.iL.-^ fii.i,.u ..I ..,.,• .. I ,,,,., ... 



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PACIl-lC WINK AND SPIRIT RICVIEW. 








• hiiiiis <;. lliMiil, wliii is i;|)cr;M iii;4 llic Mclzficr \\ imi-; 

w ill li:iii<lli- iilidiM '.\~\\\ Inns tif ^r:i|)('s, wlilcli slinw t'l-oiii '1 

I'l _' I ilc;;r»'cs III' sii^jir. i|iiilc :i iii:ii-kf<l tniitriisl (ivt-r oliii' 

-jm \ 'ir^r -J -Twr ■» i j mmis. .Missiniis. llic lasl In i-i|i(n, jut cnniiii.u in tlii 

'^•^ V| y\ yby wc.k. Criipi's will ,ivfi-;i.iif l«'ss l!i;ni iMicliiilf vS ;i iinnn; 

* ~"*~ vicM. Willi lilllr or no scmnd < rn|(. -Sunnlii;! ("uuill 

I'jiinicr. 



'I'lic ll;ili;in Sw iss ('(i|nn\ :il Asii luis |mi1(Ii;isciI llic 
wril-knnwn William .\Iaiiin lan.h. rm-nin-lv llic Cilmrv '"'I"' l.nni'is .,r ihis .oinniniiil v arc niakin.i; pi-cpan 
pja.c. near ( l.^vscrvillc— Ileal. IsIm.i-. N-.v r,. 'i-'"^ i" I'l'"" •i l="-ii'' nrrca-c In .m-ap.'s ncxi s|.rin-. Tli 
laci iliai uiajic urnwcrs in llic <!all (lislri<-l scilil llici 

j- ;•, l';iiinimk has liunulM llic Schniiii^cr an.l i'.cnia •-'■'i"'^ '>" H"' ^i'"'^ "''^ >'•!'• ''"i' ■"^ I'i.^l' =1^ -^l"'" ;'ii aci 

raii.-h.'s wiih 7.-. a.rcs in vines an.l illt.dOK uall-nis nf win.' ^^'H 1""^'' ■'" i'l.lu.'.'nienl m incr.'as,. ili.. ii.iva-.' .I..vnlc 

r.ir s:iiMMMl. lie will plain nn.iv vin.-s n.-xl sprinu. '" viii.nJnnv in iliis s..ii.,n nf ilic Sialc.— L.Mli S.-niin.. 



'I'lic nrr W'in.Ti.'s sal.'s lliis w.'.-k liavc li.'.'ii KMI.dUII ||imm| I'.rni inis, n.'ar Ki'll.i;^,u, lia\.' Nil, (KM) <iall(ins . 

liall.ins fr.iiii ili.' <li-..ii Nali.'.v W'iiiciy. (id, 0(1(1 Irniii ( )c.i e.Hii.crauc am] will mak.' up alMini lTi.IMKI jiall.ms nf win 

.l.nial ami plciilv imirc .•.uiiiiii; rrniii Imili lu llic Calif'.ir- ihis si^asc.n. a \i-r.v small show iiiii. Ii.'.-anse .)f llic liiil 

Ilia Win.' Assn.ial inn. — .M.ninlainc.-r. yi.'l.l. Tlicy lia\c (KiO a.rcs .lc\.il.'il In sin.k i-aisinjr, fici 

iral raiiniiii: and \ il i. nil lire. In ilic c.inrsc nf llirce di 

Willi III.- .I.ise ..r lliis w.-ek (lie i;rap(' ern]) is all in. cmlcs ilicy lia\.' .■xp.'rim.'iil.'.j willi a liiimlnMl virieti. 

NcMi- li.'f.ire lias 111.' scas.)n lie.'n s.) tine as lliis vear I'ni' ,,f ^j,,,. ^m,] i;||,|,. o,.;,||,.s. X,.xi spiinu lli.y will plai 

ill.' Iiarvcsiiiii; .)(' lli.' i;rapc ami )>rnm' cmps. 'I'jicr.' was ;il„ m miv ;icns nT mw -rniiihl. whiili will he .livi.lc 

.111 an av.'i'a.i:.' alMinl .ini-liair nf a .-i.ip "T .'acli iliis year. :ininii- I. sled clinicc early riitciiiiiL; wine urajics. 

Till' ipialily was nl' ili.' l.esi ami prices w.'i-c I'.x.-.'lleiil. — 

Si. ll.'leiia Star. 

A. I". Duin-ey w.'iil In Napa yesierday afl.'r liavin 

Ti-aek is nnw hein- lai.l f..r ili.' I'r.'snn Cnniity Kail- 'Insed up ihe -mpe sliippiiiii season li.r.'. I Hiring; ili 

r.ia.1, (lie liraiicli .if 111.' Santa I'.'tliat runs fmiii Ucc.llcy past tin-..' w.'.'ks Mr. Dnpr.'y sliijipe.! o\cr !l(l(l tons . 

to llie Walitoke \\inery. seven miles iinrtli. .Mi.nit fifty liiapes from iliis .iiy in ilic .M i^li\ a.-.a Wine Cninpan 

111. 'II are ai w.ak iila.inu ti.'s an.l layiiiu the rails. They .'f Xaja. I ". r lli.'sc -rai'.s li.' jiaid from >fl!l.ri(l l.t ^Sl'J..") 

Iia\-.' ali.iul one mile .•omiili'l.'.l. "' '""• •""' l"i'i.- in i'k' mark.-t with liiiili prices liavc 111 

lii-nwcr a liii;licr pric' than ili.'y w.ail.l otliei'wise liav 

.1. Ciriiiim rc.-ciiilv purchased ili.' iiit.'resi nf .Mrs. A. seciired. Till' winery has |i]ac.'.l f.nir m-w l*7,(KI0-i:alln 

(irinini in tin- (irinini viimyanl ami w iiiery. near ('alistoL;a. tanks this season ami now has a eaiia.-ity of .iver a niillio 

and will h.'reafl.'i- <-on(liiel 111.' Imsiness hims.'ir. lie will .gallons. — I'ress-Dcmocrat. October '1T^. 

make a nninlK'r .if iiniir.ivem. nis on ih.' in-operly, ami will 

keep n]i (he repiitati.m nf piiltin.u out Ih.' tiiiesl wines in Am.tli.r w im-ry will he l.nill in Cloveidale. This we. 

the i-oiintry. .1. A. ianvilleaml .\.<". l..'.l;L;.'r imrchas.'d ahniil twDacn 

— .if laii.l frniii <I. Ilamiiayer, iiiion wliicli fli.' winery will li 

Till' i'i.in.'.r W'imry clnsi-.l fnr (lie season this week, ll Imilt. Th.' property is local. 'd n.'ar the railroa.l tra.k n 

crush. 'd .nily al.oiit t wn-tliirds .if (lie livajies liandle.l last ih.' Lak.'p.ni rna.l. I'laiis ar.' imt fully nialur.'d as y. 

year, wlii.h is ali.mt ill.' |ir.iiinrt i.in handled by nllier win- as In tli.' s.-o]ie of the enteri>ris.', but it is very inobabl 

eri.s. Till' i:raiies w.'ic u.'ii. 'rally in un.ul .■.imliti.in an:! thai oih.'is will be ass.iciated with the .yi'iil l.'iii.'ii. Th 

(lie win.' will be sup.-rhir in (|iiality. — i.iv.'rniorc Il.'rai.l, wine will be aiic.l b.'f.ir.' .lisposinu .if i(, but fiiiili.'i- tlia 

o.tobcr L'S. ilial their plans ]ia\.' not been nia.le piibli.-. 




Challenge Wine Pump 

Is of great compactness and power for 
use in wine cellars for pumping 
from one tank into another 

Tlie waterways are large and very direct and the uliole pump is so suiiple 
tliat tliere is no liability to get out of "order, and so substantial as to be very en- 
during. Being compact it is easily removed from place to place. The arrange- 
I lent of the lever make.s it U'ss laborious to work than the orilinary lever. We 
recommend this pump to wine dealers as the most serviceable pump for their 
requirements and GUARANTEE tbem equal in every respect to any pum]i for 
this purpose in the market, to work one-third easier and to jiump one-third 
more wine. 

WE ALSO CARRY A FULL LINE OF 



Wine Hose, Wine Cocks, Tanks, Etc. 

MTned^Fref""'"' WOOdlll & Little 



3I2-3M Market St. 
San Francisco, Cal. 



CHALLENGE WINE PUMP IN OPERATION 



PACIFIC WINH AND SPIRIT REVIEW. 



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Will Ma\e A Harvest Dance. imuh-k in. ••tIi. ., 

the iHfit KJIID- I ', 

rlli; ;iiiiiii:il i;i;i|.i' i;r.i\\,i> :iii<j uiiir iii;ik«i- lijUM.sl l<> iliiv. •'Jiinl I ,iii, iMir..i|\ s.iii^li.,1 vuili !lu-s -.<a->.jJu'H 
l>:ill will lif juivi'ii Siilnriliiv fvcniii;:. IhrcinlH-t* IC.ili. oinjuit." -.Niipji |{i-;;iKli-r. 
II S( hicik ISiiis." Winciv iiciir «ilfii l-'Jit'ii. Tin- I!<m.i- 
iiiiiiii^ri'N an- mil vi i a|i|ii)iiiti-)|. Imt k«>iii<- of lln- iciiiiiiiu 
;ia|M- ;;ii>«« IS ami \\im imii of ihc valli y will laki- iliai'p- 

tf tll<- tiniil-. 

I'ur a iiiiiiiImm' • f vi-iirs ilic liall lia.s Ih-i-ii oin- nf iiii< 
im.xi tiijiiyalih- fiiitiiirs of ilic suiial life nf tlic vallry for 
.oiiii;; ami olil |ifu)>lc. Tin- i-nininiticc of iin-aii;:i-m<-iits 
ii-f iiiisy siM-iii;.' dial m>iliiii<: is <ivcrluok)<| that will aiM 



Dr. Cross Delciul.-. liis \S Iik-s. 



N I In- suit Imuiuiil \t\ CitiilK I: 

I'l'. it. N. < 'ruKs i<> ro'iivrf '■ 

n ilic pliiisin-r of all who allciiil. i'l-ofcssur aii<| .Mrs. A wliiili tin- tinn paid for l»o» .M. ».i- « m. -. .m 

■Jcliicck's onlirsiia from Saii I'nimisco has Imtii (■ii;;a;;i'<l ••'"•l NnvnnlMr l.'iih Ity < ros-s, \l,- i|i-iiiiH lU.r 

o fiiiiiish Mil- music. — I*r«»ss-l)«'nnirral. wt-n- mn in a im-n haiiiahlf )-iiiii|iiioii 

fonliii;! to his av;riiMiii-iil, In* sity*. hi 

p. ,. ,. . », wim-s as wrn- put ii|i iimlrr iiis si;;ii.iMiri u> U pun-, 

hine Uuallty in .>apa. matun- ami uniform, ami li.- av.-rs that all ih.- Hii,.- »..- 

r, . tlclivfifil to tlif linn «••«' "f lln- warnih 
I S WtH'k W IIIK'SSCS lie r osMI" up of Ihf W Ilic liiakill" II . • 1 • . » 

" ' ■" asks jmluim-tit in a croHscimiplaini for ^ 

season in Napa. , . .,, . . 

' to Im' still illlc. 

.Mi;;liavacca & < 'o. commenced crushin;; carl.v ami re 

•eivcd llieir last fiiapcs .Monday. They lion;;ht of viiiO' 

ardisis ill Napa, Sniioma and Volo: paid u:<><>d priies and 

iiade the usual <|uaiitity of wine. The .Mutual UiIh-| and latho;:i.i|>>iM < •• .>< .-•-<•' 

Carpy \ <'o. expect to ri*<-eive the last slii|iment of Itrxaiil stre<-ts is niie of the husiesi a^ well as nni 

trapes directed lo their cellars iie.M Saturday. Tlu-y re- lar.izcst institutions of the kind in tin- land. T' 

>ori a favoralile season and a tine ipialil.\ of wine. not only immense. Imt thoroughly ii|>todate t 

The last of the lirst crop of jiijipcs will he in alioiit to I 'alifornia. The .Mutual niaki-s a sImi i '■ - 

•Saturday at I,, t'hristin's wine cellar on I'earl street. of work r<><|nin-d liy the wine and liipior ii I 

\flci ihar ilicM- will lie im ^ra|ie> iniiil the second ci-<i|> iiy and jiiiccs of it^ pr,,dii. • .... 



P. C KOSSI. Itczidrnt 



.\. bb.\HBOt<0. :>«./ 



-Italian -Swiss Colony^ 




ASTI. FULTON. I o^m/-**. a r^ 

SEBASTOPOU CLOVERDALE, i ^^^^^^ ^U- 



MADERA, 

MADERA Ca 



L.^RoRST PHODl'CEHS OK THE HNFST 



California Ulincs and Brandies 



SPARKLING CHAMPAGNES 

NA I UK ALLY KEKMHN lED IN BOTTLES. TRADE-MARK REGIS ItRED OCT. J. i?** 



.\ND DRY 



nWAM) tm'l OTA OH fiovnl^. <leno«. U»ly. IS92 nOLO MEDAL. Dublin. ircla»d. I«»a 
(lOI U Ml l»AL. CAL. ,MI|)\S. fAIR. I»0< OOLD MH.DAL. COIIMBIAN I XPN. I(I»J 

OOLO nt DAL TURIN. I8W» SILVER MHOAL. BOKDKALX. >RA.>CI:. !••» 



P. C. Rossi X'ermoiith and rcrnct- Aniaro 

UOLU .nt.UAl . IIUIV. IHH4 MKIIll SI A\N ARU. ClIICAOU. IS94 

SPECIALTIES OF THE COLONY 

CHABLIS. TlPO CHIANTI AND ALTAR WINES 

Proprietors «>/ the American \intai^c Company 
Office and Salesrooms: Cor. Battery and tireenwirh Sts.. SAN FRANCISCO. C 

VAULTS 123'-t.'G- BATTE"' ST 
01-169 GREENWICH ST 1334-13 16 r>*NSOMt ST NcW YoPk OfflCB: 13 aOU l5 




AL. 
Laiflht St. 



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PACIFIC WINE AND SPIRIT REVIEW. 

On Plant Resistants. 



. VIEW E 



OFFicrs 

MONTGOMERY BLOCK, 628 MONTGOMERY ST. 
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. 



R. \l. WOOD, Ktlltor. 



NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS ISSUE 

Italian Viru-yard Co 1 patre 

Southern California Wine Co }i !>«»;>' 

l.os Angeles Wine Co '4 paK>' 

RE-CONSTRUCTED 

Cafe liristol 

Hunter Rye 

.lames Levy &Bro. ..■ 

Seattle Brewing & Malting Co 

F. E. Mavhew & Co 



I,S1;\V1II0I:K in this issiir, will lie Iniiml :m iinotliciiil 

icpiiri liv l'i-(tf('ssnr < icin\i:c < '. llussniiiii. Nil inill iirnl 

|irri ill clinri:!' nf ilic cxin'riiiiciihil sliiliniis in liic Dc- 

|i,iriinrni cif Aurini li lire. oT Wiisliiiiiiiim, mi liic rxpcri- 

iiii'iilnl sl.ilidii \\ ui-k ill < ';ilircinii;i. The ui'Hl Ifiiinii iiici- 

i|<'lil;ill\ i-alls 111 Iclll ion til (lie r;lrl ill (Ih- lri:i<>n llCill 

Sl()ci<l()n it is csliniiilcd tluil tinic will lie Inlly live tlniu- 
siiiid ;icrcs of new \iiicy;inls |ihiiitc(l wiihiii llir roniiiio 
scjisdii, :inil (Mil 111' this I lien- will lie only alioiil (Hic liiinilrcd 
;i( res (it resistant sidiU. In \ icw (if Ilic fact tlial StocUtoii 
lias liccii for years a liol-lied of phylloxera, and that the pest 
is still there ill ^ood tiohtiiio coiidit ion, it seems leinjilinij 
late 111 jilaiit any non-resislaiils in tiiat section. The vine 
yardists lia\c no need to o() into this enterpi'ise lilindfolded 
lieianse they call ltd \aliialilc oliject lessons and ])rotecl 
t lieiiiselxes to a ^icai exliiii. liy \isitino the exiieriniental 
stations at Oakville, Najia ("oiiiily. and in I'icsiio Couuty 
The expcriiiiental work of the ( loNcinineiit in refei'eiict 
III resistants, has ]>i'oj;i-esseil far eiioiii;li to eiiahle ('Xpert> 
to fairly detei-iiiine what roots are not only resistant Iml 
most \aliialile for ]ijanlin,i; in certain dislricts, and it 
w ould lie w ell fof t lie " la ] leufow crs of Sail •loa(|iiiii y "ount_\ 
to a\ail t heinseUcs of this iiifoi-iiiatioii liefore deteriiiiniii;; 
tinally to take ch.inces with the vinifera. Such jilantinn^ 
ill lariic acicane will oiil\' tend to increase tlie field foi 
opeiaiioii of the iihylloxera and make it so much nion 
dilliciili ill the future to destrov it. 



The Editor in Southern California. 



Poisoning by Wood Alcohol. 

Dl{. N'.\<ii:L, the well-know 11 eye specialist of this eitv 
scuds us an extended article treatinij; iipou the abov( 
suliject. Dr. Xaoei l(i-oiiolii to the attention of tlie Sai 
I'laiicisco ("ouiity .Medical Society the first case of blind 

Till-] ediioi- of the l{t;\"li;w spent the fore |'arl of tin iiess in this State caused li\- wood alcohol ]ioisonino-. Th( 
iiioiiih in SiMiiiii 111 California for the purpose of look- learned ocntlemaii lielieves that jL^reat danj;er to niankiiK 
iiio; inio vit icnlliiral and trade coiidiiious in that section, lurks in this deadl.N' product. In the case in (|nestion tin 
and incidentally for the [noiiioi imi of the inieresls of this loss of siiilit was the result of takin<>- a small (piantity o 
piihlicatioii. The result was a liaiidsume increase in circii the spirii iulerually, and tliere is no liojie of restoriiiii' tin 
lation as well as a broadside of the \ery best class of ad \ictiiirs \ isimi. The jirofessor's in\'esti<;ati()ns convince 
verliseiiieiils. Like the catiiio of the iiiiddiiiii, this is the him that e\in when inhaled it can jiroduce all its deleteri 
test that tells whether or not a publication has the aiijire mis efl'i its. i\\- when i-ubbed into tlie skin over too larjjje ai 
elation of its readers. area. The acute effects of the jioison can best be realizct 

The editor desires to here ex]iress his liiiih esTeein b\ refeii uce lo concrete instances. The man referred t( 
of the many courtesies extended him by the trade and the had partaken of two or three 1al>les|)oonfiils df wood aico 
growers south of the Tehaehapi. Iml in two days to cure a cold. After the last dose he hai 

t;oiie to bed badly intoxicated and awoke in the uiolit ver) 

thirsty. < »ii liuhtino a match he failed to see it and S( 

A I^rosperOUS County. '"' ''."''''''I ■' ncws]»aper, only to liml that he c(uild not se( 

e\eu that flame. His sisiiit reiurued peril id icall_\-, lint a' 

if: reiion of iIm I'.oard of Supervisors of Santa (Mara l''^' f-'i''''' thrmij-h atrophy of the ojitic ncr 



T 



Conuty, com|iil,.| niider the provisions of the law en- 'i' siieakinii' of the death of twenty-five iieo]de in New 

acted at the last ].e<iisMl lire, shows that coiiuly to be one Vork last year by driukiuii "whisky" made from woo( 

of the most jirosiun-ou- m the State. The total assessed alcohol, t he professor says : "It has been staled that ciieai 

valuation is tifty-five mil; u dollars, and the county's a-- whisky, etc., alone is thus adulteraleil ; miich less do peo 

riciiltural and nianufactiii < ,i iiroduds for the last year p'"' siisiiect the ])oisiin under such lam iful and altractivi 

;,ooi.e<;;itc(I|!MS(;.878, wliiclt is between Hi and IT per cent names as Colnnibian Colojjiie, Colonial, Tnion or Eaj>l( 

of the total valuation. Amoiii: the ifi-ms that would in- Spirits, i'Morida watei"-. Jamaica oinjicr, lemon essence, es 

tercst the trade are the followiiio; < 'hauqiaiine, .S2.")l),(»00; seiice of peppermint, etc. It is also lar<;ely used in the 

drv wines, .I^IST,. 500; sweet wines, |:jr.,(l(i(i: alcohol in bond, manufacture of many ]jro|)rietary and patent medicines 

.'j:>00,000; iirandy in bond, f 10,000; beer, less revenue lax, liniments, jierfnines, essences, extracts and bitters, sncl 

$5!H,4S4. :'^ witch hazel, bay rum, coloon(> water, etc. And here, t( 



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03 



Citro-Vina * 



I I MOKE'S 

ieoic light table wines 



rr|H'iil, lies, willi'iiil ;l iloiild, tin- i lliif i|;ili;i«r, silur dc 
<iiliii'i/.i<| wiitiil iiltiilml |i:is :iii a^i'n-iiltlc, \iiiiiiis iNlor :iiii| 
till- siiiiii- |iiiii;:i-iil lasic iis |iiii-c <:i-aiii alinliol." In cini 
i-liisiiiii, ill)- |)i'i)ri'ssur riit-H iiiiliviilital i-asis ilial liavi- <i>tiii 
iiiitlci- liis iilisrrvatioti ih.ii fiillx islalilixli tli<- Inilli cif his 
loiih-iilioii. Bollled for use as beneficial beveraKea for the faiuilv table: 

, ,. ,, , especially reco; — '- ' •■ • • -> ■ • 

III l-:iiri>|M-aii r..iiiiiiiis ilic |inl)li<' aif fiill.v |n-iiir«iii| sure, prompt ci;; 

finiii llusi- tlaiiiitTs. Iiiit thus far tnir liappv <:i> liukv ^:i>\ camps ami in ih '. 

<-niiiiciil si'i'iiis III liavf lakcii tm iiiN-icsi in ilic \v<mm| al dysentery. 

roliol |>rii|)tisirniM, sav*' In iiii|Mis<> a lax nf tiftv n-iits pcr 

;;alli>ii. lliiis |)i-niiiniii;' it to ;:<> on its insiilioiis wav, not 

oiilv rnnipt-iin^ w illi piiri- •;i-aiii ahoiioj. thai is laxi-d ^l.llt 

ptT lax ;;allon. Init |ioisoniii*: the iiiisiispri liiii; piiMir. It 

is liiiic this oiiira;;;)- shoulil stop. 

Who can t<-ll w h.v ih<- •^ivai strain alrohol inti-rcsi.s <|<< 
iiol tiiiil out whci'i- the wood alrohol distillers ;;et their pro 
teriion and i-riisli those who are to Idaiiie? This nnist he 

done eM-ntlialh, aiul the sooner the heller. 



O Lm t u a V \: 



ll;m.\ .le (ilravrr, of the tillll of 1'. .1. \\rliit;er \ Co. 

riiwell and Kllis street s.and oi f liie Ixsi knownand most 

po|inlar of the yoiin.i: >ii<'i> in il>*' trade. died on the 14th inst. 
from an attatk of aeiite ISrii;hl's ilisease. His illness ex- 
tended oiilv for a few witks lime, and the elTorls of llie 
ph.vsieians were niia\ailini:. The parents of the deceased 
wi-re itieiiiliers of one of Sail I'raiieiseo's oldest and iiiosi 
ri>pee!ed families. 



J. \\ . Prohasco. 



J\\ . ri;i »r..\S< u. llead (Jantrer of the Iniied States 
. Surveyors I >eparinieiit in the ("iisioin House, ami the 
olde.st eiiiplove in the .MTViee here, dieil \o\eml»er J 1 1 ll of 
piieiiinoiiia at his honie, I47s l'a;;e street. .Mr. I'lohaseo's 
di-atli is the eaiise of iiniveisiil expressions of ;;rief at tin 
J'lisloin House. I'roni the niesseii;iers to the heads of eV4'r\ 
department his deinis4>was the siilijeet of sineere r«';;rel. Tin 
veteran atlaelie eaine to the roast in 1st'.) w itii the inrush 
of ;:old miners. He mined in the l'ras»-r Uiver eoiniirv 
but later entered Inisiness in this litv. in IstJI he was 
appointed In lia I*. Itaiikin to the post lie held for the 
re>t of his life. He sjiw the ereetion of the old Iniildin;: 
ami with its destrnetion he closed his own honore^l carei*r." 

"< Mie cannot speak t<Mt hi^hlv of Mr. I'mliasco," .s;iitl his 
chief. "His was a position of irnsi and no word of delrac' 
lion WHS e\er lirealhetl with re;:ard to the londint of his 
oDice. With ample opportnniliex of enricliini; hiniM-lf bv 
sliailin;: the point of honor, his inte^riiv was absolnielv 
alMive i|iieslion. He was ti ;!enLleniiiii of the old HcinMd. 
always coiirtcons and obli;;in;;, but Hterii ami iincoiiipr<» 
tnisin^ with regard to his honor. He leiives a pliiei* ini 
|Hissib|<> to till." 

.\ wife and son mourn the piomi-r's Ions. The Inttcr is 

I ieoi'l^e I'l'oliilHio, I he cnslciiii's iirnkir 



Lacryiiia-Vitis 

WETMORE'S BANQUET WINES 

The nne.st vintages of California, for use on special occa- 
sions; or, to be used moderately in connection with the light 

CiTRo-ViNA table wines 

Solil aiiii distribtitcii in ghiss ..ii!\ 

H. N. CROSS, M. D., 



Phone .Tain Jl>' 



lli>« .Mr.ti* Wine I. tll«r « 
.ti'> ^\ >ilt;')mer> S( . Sin I rin..lfvO, Cal 



.Msoby WAKELEE &L CO., Druf,»«ist8 



Announcement ti^ the Puhh\ 

i desire lo lir.iw sh.irpiy t,';'^ imr <i: 
"Hygienic light table wines." siiit.ible lor '. 
without the addition uf waic, as common 'a .. 
"Bani|uet Wines," wbicb should l>e enjoyed oi 
and limited in use to special occasions, or scivi 
table in limited supply after satitfyiog normal th::;'. »i h 
table wines to wbicii more or l<ss water should be added. 

HaviiiK no longer any com 
marks formerly conirolled aii<l 
placing up<in the market entire' 
my direction in two of the most 

The CiTKo-ViN.v vintages « 
practicable, upon the lines of the Iik1jIc»( t 
spaiklinp wines of France and Oernunv. •• 
•> health a ' 
Such : 

eight per . 

terized tiy reireshing natural truii ■> 

tnrtnr etr.) which essential h^cTcr!•r 

' higher classed '- 

All of these 
ifertive wa*. •'■ 
1- vine. 1' 
t will pro\r 

in.HdilAl and typhoid ft vcii>, itu>: 
nire for dvs nierie*. follow log 

The I.ACHVMA \'iTis vintages wn \* W-r t ix«j lu- 
produced in lbi« Stale. 



-■en 
or 

(S, 

■>>y 

ligbl 



rtv as 



Vines 



c/^. ^^./^'-^.^izzir 



\\i\ H >!cl. Sao Framisco. Cal. 



♦•.4 



PACIFIC WIXK AND SPIRIT REVIEW 



AMONfi THE LOS ANGELES TRADE AND PRODUCERS 



EdItortmJ C*rTnp«a<l«ii: 



Liis AN<.i;i.i:>. N..\.-iiiiHr 14. r.'H."..— ii. 1. 
a;::iiii ill iliis splt-ixliil litv of ilu- S<iiillilaiiil. ami 
as «:ii ftiiiiK'r visits \\»- liavi* uiilv to »'X|»r«-s>i our us- 
(oiiisliiiKiK at ilif iiiarvfiuus ;rn»wtli <>{ tin- .MHmjM.lis of 
tin- Soiitli auil till- <'X«-«iiti<»ual futerj^rise of its jn^ijilt-. To 
<>in' familiar wiili I-<>s Aii^'i-li-s its i|fV»-IujiiiH-ut is uothiu^ 
it ss tliaii |>iii'U<>iiit'iial. ami in iiianv rvs[»t-<ts its advancf- 
iiiriit is far alH'ad "f tin- .M«'tr<>jM>lis nf the Toiist. Splendid 
strmtun's are j:<)iu;; ii|i on every haml. and iKMUtiful homes 
are U'in;: Imilr in «-very ilin< tjou. The trend toward llie 
s*-;! is reniarkaltle. and hy reason of the numerous UKHleru 
eli-^trie lin«-s running; to ilit- many {opular lieaehes, it aj*- 
|n-ars to Ik' only a i|nesti<«n of three to five ye;»rs when the 
sulmrlis of the rity of .Vnjrels will mei^t those of the liesioh 
towns. 

I>»s Anjieles is a ^<.o<l jdaee for the aver-a;;e San Fran- 
ris«o Itusiness man to visit <K-easi4>nalIy — the jdaee where 
he «-an have his ideas of the imiM»rfauee of Sau Franeist^-o 
rudely jolteil and at the sjiuie time i;et many ideas as to 
what eonstitutes an enteri>risiui: eity. 

The iirojM.sition to inauj:urate the <;oTlienl»er«r system in 
I^>s Aup'hs si-ems to have fallen l>y ih<* way-side, uor- 
withstandini: jirofTer to the city was luiekeil l>y many of the 
mt»st we-althy an<l jiromiueut men of that s«ition of the 
State. The plan was a ju;:-haudled projMisition lookinir 
only to the advanta;;e of the iM-<iple who wanted to ;:et 
"in". praeti<-ally iL'isorin^' the piojierty and eitizenship 
ri'ihts of th<is«- whom it was intend»^l to dis]^»ss«'s.s. After 
a eareful <iverl<H.k of the situation we aie eonvineed that 
the jxHPple who i-i.ntiid stnh matters in Los Ani;eles will 
not undertake any sn<-li ex{«rimeni. at lea.st for some titne 
to i-ome. In this mnni^iion it may l>e said that Los An- 
•reles is not only one of the Ust siUtxin towns in the Fniteil 
Stat»-s from thn staiidjM.int of the liipior dealer. Imt con- 
sidering conditions surrounding it. is one of the tx/st rejru- 
late<l. It is true that it has miduiiiht and Sunday dosinjr. 
hut unlike Eiistern ciii.s. where the driukinj; places are 
clostt] on the Sahhath. rh*- enfoi-ci-nu-nt of this rule d«ies 
not apiK'ar to 1»- a re;d har<lship ninin the trade. Aprop<is 
to this we «|uote tin- remarks of on». of the most pr«tininent 
retailers of Los Anj:eles: 

"Since the rei-eiit ehctiou, iu which the I'rohihitionists 
were routeil on their pr«ii>osiiiou to make I>»s Angeles a 
•dry* town, the trade is lieinj: •:iven what may l>e pmperly 
term«-<l fair tr'atmeiit. For some reasi.n l»est knf>wn to 
the rolice rommissioners. the restrictions upon the hest 
cla.ss of restani-.mrs have he^'ij ni'Mlitieil to a certain dejn'ee. 
and the Comiiiissioners hav«- evidently found the neces- 
sity for allowini;; an es4-:ijM' valve in j'ermittitij: two of the 
well-known cafes on Sunday and Sunday eveninjrs to dis- 
pense liijuors in th«- ori;riual packiX^e" with or witliotit 
meals." 

I'nd<mhte«lly sonic >nch i' iicession is neces.sary in 
a |M>pulation of a city of a >|uaner of miliion i»eople. hut 
we lunst say tluit at 1< a.st one of thest- institutions out- 
ranks anything of tin- kind in San P'ramisi-<». and we u.se 
the work "nink" advi^.diy. 

Sj»eakinij of the Sui.'lay dosing this .s^ime retailer said: 
"The representative aui intelligent s;il<M>nmen of Los An- 
geles do not desire a rept nl of the Sunday i-losing law. and 



ill" ri .11.- X v<-ral re:isons for ihis altiiudc. the first U'ing 
that liy ri-as«»ns of a |Miuliariiy of the majority of the popu- 
lation of this lity. which desj-rts the town on Sundays and 
holidays, and which stays at home in kid w«titlier. there 
is no profit in comhicting a sal<M»n from midnight Saturday 
to six o'diM-k Monday morning; the sei-ond. that the Sun- 
day closing gives the |iroprii-tor and his employt-es uee«le«l 
rest and lirings them kick to work on Monday morning re- 
fresheil and r< ady for the .strenuous life live*! hy the 
s;iIiMinmen of this husy town." 

Some of the iM'st infornnnl men of the tr:ide figure that 
an oiH-n Sunday would In- a loss to them in a Imsiness way. 
nf course, these remarks, which ajply to "long haireiF' 
Los Angeles, would certainly not Im- appli<-silde to San 
Fnincis«-o. where the .saloonman has an entirely ditTereut 
cla.<s of p«-ojde to ileal with. Furthermore, the le:iding re- 
tailers and the proprietors of the high-dass i-afes and res- 
taursints candidly state they will In- siitisfi^il to C4»ndurt 
thejr business along the lines now laid down hy the Polioe 
Commissioners. 

The past year has iK-^-n a reci>rd hreaker among the 
s:jliMiniiien and wholesalers, as wdj as for all other lines 
of trade, and they all look forward to a still more prosper- 
ous twelve months in I'.mm;. We have yet to he:ir anyone in 
the tt-ade complain of .lull liusines.s. 

The dining-cars on the Siiiitheru Pacific still continue to 
do missionary work in the way of intnxlucing i'alifornia's 
U-st wines to the traveling puldic. We notice on the wine 
list the wind's of the Alta \'i.<ta Wine <V>mpan.v. Wetniore- 
Ri Wen Company. Italian-Swiss T'olony. Oliviua Vineyard, 
r'alifornia Wine A.ssi:ciation and (lundlach-Bundsthu. 
I'rices for pints range from thirty to seventy-five cents. 
Looking over the wine canl of the Hotel Metropole, Oeean 
Park, near Los Angeles, we find a number of well-known 
brands "f California wines served in giMxl condition at 
prices ranging frcm twenty-five to fifty cents for pints. 
Among these are jhe Cresta Blancji and De Turk wines. 



Los Angeles Notes. 



President 'luasti. >>{ the Italian Vineyard Co.. reports 
business g<M:(l and the genenil distribution of their wines 
throughout the whole country. A jM»rtion uf their vineyard 

• if three thousand acres of wine grajies came into bearing 
this y«-:ir, the result U'iiig a giMul crop of excellent ijuality. 
The vines will all be in k-aring next se;isou. The winery 
at Cuciimonga <ru.she<l eight thou.sand tons f»f grapes this 
season and will do considerable more ne.xt year. The 
wines of this company have attaineil enviable reputation 
wherever California wines are known. In the ejirly .sea- 
S4(n the young vineyards were attacke«l by lieeth-s. which 
promisetl to destriiy the entire crop. The vineyard ex- 
jH-rts could find nothing to che<k the ravages of the pest 
and it r<*maine«l for Mr. Guasri to discover the reme<ly. He 
aicidentally found that the l>eetles were extremely fond of 

• :ranges. preferring them to the leaves of the vine: the re- 
sult was that he had twenty-five humlreil ktxes of oranges 
cut np and distribnte<l ihr«iughout the vineyard within a 
few days. As a result the vines were savefl. In event of 
another attack, the vinevanlisis. thanks to Mr. Gnasti. 



PACIFIC WINK AND SPIRIT REVIEW. 

will kiuiw uhiii iM ilu. Air. liiiiisti tiinis lliiit the cffjilinii I'mtirixiiiiiK »li..iil,i i,.,t f ,ii t,. ...v,. ii,,. ... i.. .. 

hijit ,v<-iii- of tile Siillnii sia has luiil ii iiiiiikiil <-ir4Ti ii|>uii a rail. 

till- i-liiiiaii- ai-iiiiiiil < 'iiraiiinii^a. Tor tli<- liix tiim- simi- 

till- wliili- man lias lin-ii known in llic i-iiiinirv, LtiMinim- . ,.'" '. ' 

fii;:s ansinu ovi r lliis inlaiHl s«a liaxc spiratl nvi-r Ilu- :i'I 

Jai'tiil I'liiiMir.v. Asii nsnlt this s|ii-in;; it was r>Min<l ip 

sjirv r<ir ilir tii-st time hi sniphnr vims in urilt-i- to |.|i. 

ihrm from mihhw ami t-onlnn-. Tho>ic vimvanlisls who |^'' ' ' '''•'"'• 

,• , . 1 I I . .1 • .r 1 ' kfl, till' lifinanil i- 
tliil not i-miilov snliihur tins .-|ii m^ ^iilTrri'il :i \4 i\ M-nniis 

, , ■ IS simnulv ilr ' 

joss of "rapfs. , *" • 

that we an* n 

.. 11 . I- 1 r .1 X 1 I I I when am wim i.niii.l 

M Mif Most Kimwlis of tile Nailtiin liar has i-njovi-<l a , . • 

H.l.mli.l v.-ar-s hasim-ss. pi v Ihr Imsi in th.- histoi-v of '•"''''!■ '"'''"'• '""' "I'l- 

tin- hous." ilr ronli.l.n.lv looks forwar.l lo ; hn- liivlv r''T ' ''l"^ ''"""•'' ""•' 

..•• I- ,, . ■ • .-11 .11 1 . ' hi{:hlv saiisfai'lorv. W • 

vi-ar. Wisi'.liiM I ».>ii:iliiic IS still on uiTK aii'l n.vi .^ 1...1. •" • 

iil-ir as i-vi-r pi-oilmtion an<| inarkriiu^i of ilu- In-xi prmlint- 

fornia vimvanlisls." 



W. L. Chnslin, tin- Soiilht-ni «':iltfi.riit:i ;in.| Sniiff, 
'sli-rn i'<-prfSfnlaiivi- of .liil 
i-.\ri'ptionallv tiiir \<jir's laisi' 



Thf Southern California Wim- <'o. i-nJo\<-il an i'.\<ci»tion- 

alh prospi-roiis v*>ai', ami its husim-ss ami tin- ritv havt* 

.,,■.,,,, .. 11 1 1. 1 1- ■ 1 •• wi'sli-rn icpn-scnlaiivi- of .liil 

urou II so lapidlv that llii;:o ( tolilsrhmnlt has foumi it • .. . . . 

,,,,., ... ••xrcptionallv dm- vi-ar s liiisi' 

iHTi's.sjirv to oiMii a hramli slon- for tin- aciomimMlalion ,. / , • . 

, , . ■. rpi 1 .• .^> .1 .^' • "'■•' '"■'";: plaiid on ihi- inarkai l>v Ki - 

of his iiatrons. Tin- new location is m South Spriii" ,. 7.,' ... 

,,.,,, 1 -11 I I . II 1 «listri(t ^ hnstin has sohl nion- Hirtiii:h< 

strict, mar Ki^'hth. ami will nmloiititiillv iirosixr. as «iofs , , ... , . . . 

, , .11 iM-forr. .\n nlca of ihr growth of ili. 

the present holl.se. . , - . . . , 

;.'atlM're«l fiiim the fart that the vmr- 

, , , , I , I .... - covered (he whole State as .H4»le imve! 

.\nio||<; Ihe real hlisllel-s we have met In re is A. I'lipplc . , , .... 

7. ..,,»,• I .. ,. , . ,. • • lakes twelve men to handle til. -;iin. 

II prt-seiitm" ( harlis .Meinccke & ( o.. of .san !• ramisco. in 1 . i >«■ . 

'. . "^ ., ,. ,, ,, , are kept lnisv. That ihert ai 

this lerritorv. .Mi. I'oppic can tnillifulh nporl Inismes: ... , ', ., 

,, ■ , , , ... felailers of the s«iiillierii pan • 

e.xcclleiii. Me has had "real siicciss in iifomotiii;; the ,,. , .• 1 .1 . ,1 . 

, ,,....,, ^. . . , all.v he nientioneil that there are Iiohm^. 

sjiles of |{. 15. Ilavdeii wlnskv. »ii(l tionlon sheirv and 1 ... 1. 1 . 1 11 . .-,. . 

,,,.,. ■ , , ■ ,, .. . • . hundred lo one hiindre«l ami fiflv \n • 

other Icadiiii; lim s of Hie lioii.sc. Me expects a ivev winter „,...: 1. ..1: 1: . .• .. ' 

^ ' • sirai;;ht whiskies at a liine. 11 im tit \lr 

'i"ade. ,. , -11 • •• .1 , . • 1 • 1 

Kessler will visit the < ii;i>l u illnii ili. i II, 

.\t the Siena .Madie vinc.vard the viiila;re was not up to n {.nirds the Shpe as on. 

the avera;;e in i|iiantil\, Init the ipialitv. jmluin^' li.v the looks no o|iportnnil\ 1 

fine viiiia<;e conditions, will lie exceptioiiallv ^mmI. The lifa mis therein. 

conipaiiv can therefore look for the Im-sI of resiill.s. ci»ll- ti ^ : • I . i 

' • I here IS a mitrlitv di.i 

sidennj' the care they exercise in the makiii;: ami finish- vears a-'o and now " \i 

iiij: of iheif wines. They tind the demand for their pr<»- 'that ivi^m. it was a.<. de-.-l.i' 

ducts heller than usual and have no diniciillv in disiiosiii" .. .111.. .1 1 

' " lane — all liecailw the ^imnI Im 

cf their output to dcsiralde customers. The cost of ;;n,pes j, ,„,,i^ ,., ,„„,^,. „„. ,,,,, 

lH.ii;;ht from other vineyards duriii- the recent vinta;re ,,.,.,„. .,f ,|„.i,. ,,,„ Mirou-hil 

was -.-, (H-r cut more than t^n^i-ices of last year. ,,„., ,,„.^ ,„Mh..rixed the li.-.-n.M..^ of , 

dmi of the t'asiiio fafe. which in n p-* 

•••> ^' '•''••'• '•'"""?:«•'■ "f ""• '"•=""•'' '"•>'^- "f ^•"••' iiar prinhi:.-.. m.melx. the .. 

w.-.hI \ Sherw I at JIC N.mh -Main stieet. repiuts htis- .,, j.,,,,,.^ ^ Mraimer wmiM 

im^s emim-ntly s^itisfactoiy. The demand for Ihe ^hhIs j^ ^^^^^^ ^^^ ,.^^.,^ ^^^ „^^. ^^^^^.^ , 

handled l.y this hoiis,- diiriii;; Ihe past year liiis increas.H! ,,,.,„,.,„.,^ „f |\,.„,,,,, ^„ „, 
Kiiatl.». In the mailer of Schlilz heer the imrcasi- in the ^^^^1^ ^1^^^ ^^^ ^1^^ ^^^ 

past twelve monilis has Immmi thre<'fold, ami ilie -ale of .aiiMiri- Vh.' nmrnl 

Mom.«nim whiskies has In-en twice that of ;. ^ar ayo. ,,,,,,,,, ^,,.^,.^ Uuniax \ > 

hewar's .*''cotch as usual made a splendid ninrd. .Mr. m,.,,.,,,„,|,. ||„. ^,|,. |,„t- ..f ■' 
i.ieh iM one of the .voiiti;:cst men in the managerial luisin. iine«e.iHjir\ !•• 

lull he in. in the vernai iilar. full of ;;iii;:er ami ne\« r •■ «.|i^ .Mtir'i 

I.Miksan opiMinnnity to pmmote the sale of th.- I.ramis le- ^..,„|„r„ rai,f,.M a 

»^'l "■'■'*•■'"'* ami an .xcll.-ni .afe • 

Thefafe Kristol in the llillman IHock. lifih ind S..Mtl, l.n < l.irl.-. Shaw «i«- (.•• 

Spring Mire4-iH. has met with w" .1. -.iM.t - ..-. .Innie.' I. iit» . k l.ar at I.«m. .\ti;:i'lc« 

• he past vmr and is m»w tin Heme of 

I.os .Vnp-les. .Mes>rs. Schn.!. ■• 'I"" Kni.li' .V •»''<-- j.n-j.rt, tor* ..f •'«• *:*m- 

in;: of this nia::niticent place. d«»t' ' 

Ihe lii;:liesi class of trade and in 

move. Tli«-y have »e«ure«l tin' Hnest |i t 

• he city and have only ti» pnMii<d "m il 

[Milicy to not only n'tnin this ir. "' '•' "'' 

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()G PACIFIC WINP: and spirit RI'VIRW. 

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. I Iriiltnl II- nil iliriiiiil i-iiiii liiiiniiln- Sil III jih s. 

]>c:ilrrs in alculinlir i'iiiii|)(iiiii(ls slioiilil nut simiiI siiinplis m 

the liitfricil IvcM'imc Hiircaii Ini* aiialysis. Sinli sain 

|ilcs arc lo lie nliiaiiiril and srnl in li.\ lixal inliinal 

irvt'iiuc (irticcrs. 

'riiKAsruv |)i:i'Ai£rMi:.\i', 
Oiiici: 111- ( "mmmissiom:!; or Intkknai- Ki:\i:.\ri:, 
Wii.siiiiininii. I). (■.. oih.hrr >.',.rjii:,. 

Sii; : III i-c|ilv In ,\>'iir Icllci- of ilic I'lsi iiisiaiil, vmi arc 
licnliy advised ilial il is not iicccssar.x I'nr yuu !<• forward 
lt> this (itlicc, as you siii;i;csl, samples of alcoliolic coiii- 
|ioiiii(ls lalieied and sold as niedieiiies for llie |nirposc of 
asccrlainini: wlieilier liiey come w iiliiii ilic riilini; contained 
in Circular tiT:'.. Sndi samples will he oliiaiiied t>y Hie 
local intcrnal-rc\ciiiic oHjcers in ihe open niarkei, and seal 
liy them to this ollicc. 

A list of siK'li of lliese lompoiinds as are fonml upon 
anal.Nsis to come within the ruliii.u will lie fnrnisiied for 
imlilic informati<in jirior to |»ecemlier I, liMlo, Hie dale 
w hen this rnliiiii i;iics into effe<i. 

licspcct fully, .loiiN \\ . Vi:i;ki:s, ('niiiiiiis.sii)iiir. 

.Mr. '■ . 



silrh case I he iplcslioli will lie sellled |ier<'afler upon a 

alysis of a sample olilaiiicd and scni in by Ihe colleclor i 
iniernal rcM'iiiie, and il is only when such compouutl 
lliercupoii found lo collie wiiliiii llie rilling and it is i 
eluded ill the iisi, wliicli will he puhlislied from lime i 
lime, ihal a dnij;;iist who then and thereafier sells su( 
(••Miiiiouiid is to lie held lialde for ihe special lax as 
liipior dealer. 

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iT. I). !M(«. ) 

A linlinlii- III! ilii-iiidl i-iiiii jiiiiniils — Sail s hi/ il niiii/ixl s. 
In any case where there is rcasonaliie doiilii whelher any 
])articular alcoholic compound lalieied as a medicine is* 
a coniptuind for ijie sale of whicli special lax is rei|uired 
to he i)aid. a druii^ist sellinj; such com|ioniid in ;:<iod. 
faith for medicinal use only is iml to he suhjecled lo 
assessment of sjiecial lax and jienall \' as a lii|nor dealer. 
The (|nesi ion in every sin-h case will he sell led upon an- 
alysis of a sample of the <oni|(onnd ; and il is only w hen 
such i-oni|)ound, after an.-ilysis. is found io come wiiliiii 
the rnlini; in Circular («T:'>, and is included in ihe lisi 
which will l)e pnhlished from lime lo lime, lhal a drui:- 
iiisi ihen and ihcreafier eii-aiicd in ihe sale of ihe com- 
pound is 1(1 he lield liahle i\>V ihe special lax. 

TuKAsruv I >i:i'Ai;-r.\ii:\r, 
Oi'i'iri: OF Commissi(im:i; ok I ntiiinai, Ukvk.mi;, 

W axliiin/hiii. I). C. Oihilxr ..'■'). I'.>ll'>. 
Sii;- I ha\e recei\ed yoin- leller of ihc lilih inslaul, re- 
ferrim: lo ihe inlerxiew which you recenlly had wilh me 
coiiceriiiiiii ihe alroholie eompnmids laheled ami sold as 
medieines lhal i-ome wilhiii ihe ruling in Circular (IT:'.. 

Il is my lielief lhal every drii.u^iisi of experieiK-e in his 
husiness will he ahle lo deleriniiie from Ihe |)ri\ale in- 
formation which he jiossesscs which o)- ihe alcoholie com- 
pouilds in his slork. laheled as inedieilies, colilain "suh- 

staiices tind(Hihtcilly medicinal in iheir rliaiacler," which 
"are used in snUicieni i|uanlily lo L;i\e a medicinal i|ualily 
to the li(|iior olliei- ilian lhal which il way inhereiilly pos- 
sess," and nia.\-. then line, under the express l<'rms of ihe 
ruliii}i-, 1 to sold withoui snhjeciin.u Ihe seller lo s]iecial lax 
as a liiiuoT- dealer. 

In any case where ii is shown lhal lliere is reasonahle 
liround U>v a (huiht whelhci- any parliculur alcoholic com- 
pound laheled as a inediciiic is a com]iaund foi- I he sale of 
which under the nilinj^ sjH'cial tax is rei|uire(l to he paid, 
il is nol ihe inlention of this I >e]parl iiieiil lhal a driiiinisl 
scllinu such compound shall he laUeii hy snr|H-ise and suh- 
jecled |o assessiiieiil of sjiecial laN and ]peually. In every 



T. I>. 1M;s13— C A. (IIS.-..) 
sli<iii<ii/< of lirdiidi/ ciiiisiil 1)1/ III! fl . 
Where a certain ascerlained anionnt has heeii a 
siracled hy thefl fr<nn a hojisliead of hraiidy ])rior to ii 
|iorlaiion, while such li(|uor was in transitu to lliis coir 
iry. Ihe colleclor. in Ii(|iiiilal iiiu llie dul\ on Ihe lii|ui 
slnnild make an allowance hy way of deilnclion f(U- Il 
lii|Uor so ahsl racled. 
I'liiled Slates (ieiieral .Vjipraisers. \ew \i>vU. Oclolu 

m;. I !»(».■;. 

In Ihe mailer of jirolesl ICTOKl of .Moilen .V Co.. aiiaim 
the assessment of duly hy llie colleclor of eusloms ; 
Ihe |»ort of New ^'ork. 

liefore i'.oard :"> i W.uri;, So.MKia ii.i.r. and \\\\. Ciciier; 
.\lil)raisers i. 
SoM |-|;\ in i:, '.'(inrnl A iijiniisi r: This proiesi relales i 

an impiu'lal ion of a hoiishead of hraiidy from I'raiice. I »ni 



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Wiis sisscssctl l(v llir (iillictiir on ilu- i|iiatititv roiiiul hy the 
lii^ttMl Sl:ilts ;;:iii;;<r, plus waiit)i;;i- in cxri'ss nf iioniial 
iiuljij;!', iiiinifly S'A ;iiilli>iis. Tin- iiii|i<irh-i>t elniin ilint diilv 
sliiMilil iml Im- iissi'sscil nil :i i|iiaiili(,v ;;icjil(|- lliaii 77 pil- 
Inns, liclii;; tin- ailiuil <|iiaiiti(,v laii<li-il ami |iassiii>; iiitu 
riiiisiiiii|itioii. mi till' <;roiiiii| that I lie \vaii(a::i- in <*xci*ss of 
iioiiiial iMila<^f was due ti> llicn on ilir pait uf smiic of tin- 

«|-f\V. 

Tiif rollrrtoi- ilisallow ttl tin- riaiiii i>( the ini|Mii-iirs for 
llif nasoii that |iai-a;;ra|ili LMMI of tin- |ircsciii larilT act of 
|S!)7, rclatin;; to lii|iinrs and wines, |M'oviilcs that tln-ii- 
shall Ih- no ronsiriirlivc or ntlier allowaiit-c for ••l»r»-akap', 
haka;;)-, or ilania;;i- on wines, lii|iioi-s. eonlials or dis- 
tilled s|iiriis." The loss in i|iiestioii, liaviii;; lieeii atlrihiit- 
aide to nolle of these raiises, would fall wilhiii the desi;.'iia- 
lion of a slioria;;e, for w iiieh a deduct ion should Im- allowed. 
//; n .^/o/l^M/l(..(i. .\. .")!»:{!» T. D. l'COSC, i.and /// /< lleiikle- 
inandiiek.soii ( 'onipanv. (}. A. ."»:!r>il i T. I >. I'l.Ml i. and llie 
authorities there eiled. 

The protest i.« sustained and the eollei-tor's decision re- 
verstMl, with instruitions (o reliijiiidate the entry accord 
in;;ly on the basis of 77 f;ailons. as claimed in the protest. 



(T. 1). I'tiSlO— (}. A. U1S2.I 
Sahr. 

Tile -lapaiiese lievfiajre known as "sake" is lintiahle as 
an uiieiiiiiiieratetl iiianiifactured article, under section <>, 
larilf act of l.s!i7, and not. iiy virtue of the similitude 
clause, at the rales a|tplicahle to "still wines" or "lieer." 
under para<:ra|ili I'lu; or -'.i~. — Ciiited States r. Xishimiya 
( i:{7 I"ed. Kep.. :{!m;; T. I). U'liir..")) ftillowed. 
I'niied States (ieiieral .Vppraisers. New Voik. Oriolier 

•2i'>. r.tti.'.. 
Ill (lie inaii.r ,,( proicsi n7.".l."i of Koiiiada \ < 'o. against 

I he assessments tif duty hy the collector of customs at 

I he port of San I'raiicisco. 
i'.tfoie l'.n;ird :'. iWaiti:. SuMKitvii.i.i: and II \v. tiemrai 
.Vpjuaisers i. 

W'aitk. ill III ral A piirnisi r: This |»rotest raises the (|Ues- 
tion whetlier llie .lapaiu-s*- lieveijifze known as ".sake" sliiill 
Ih- iliitiahle at tlie rates a]))dicalile to still wines, under 
paragraph -'M. tariff act of 1S'.I7. as contended in hehalf 
of the Coveriimeiit, or shall lie assessnl as an uneiiiimer- 
aled manufactured article, iimh-r section •!, or. hy siiuili- 
lude, at llie rates imposed on heer. al«', or porft-r, liy jiara- 
j;ra|ih J!i7. which are the claims relied upon hy the ini- 
pollers. 

The mailer has already lieeii the siilije.i of litisxatioii 
The f.oMid h.'i.l that -.ak.- m !»• -• far similar to slill w 



as lo r<-<|uire its claKsilicailion at ih< «' ><<• • "• '""> 

operation of seciiiui 7 of tin* tu-l. 

."..TU iT. 1>. ::»IIOi. KiiMi' ihut u: 

ciiii Court fur llie Soutlii-rii IMHirin of N 

< 'irciiil I 'oiirl of Appeulx for lIu- Sei ..!..i . 

diirereiilly, holding; Mike lo In< dii> 

aieil inaiiufaciiired article iiimI- > - 

I'llited KtaliK I l.'tl Ted. |{ep 

Sialej« r. Mshiniiya i 1117 IVil .. , , 

A new eiiM* lias Im'<-ii iiiiide up and up 
delice lakeii. Tlilx evitleiice, in oil' •■• 
dilTerencc of opinion ax lo ilie dir 
tide, and maki-s the cuim* a pro|M-r 
of (he doclrilie of tliiri ilirinin. \\ 
raiiieil in holding that ihe pr<-H4-iii •..- .- ~m 
fereiitialed from ilu* Nixhiniiya iiimc lo am 
pariure fnuii tlie ruliii<:N of the eourlx. 

The claim for as.«esMmeiii ul I'd |nt cent ml \. 
under si'ciion <» of the act iH KiiHiaiiiiNl .f ' "' 
decision revers4-il to this extent. Ill all 
jirotest is overruhMl 



(T. I>. ilWXt— 18. A. ••J'.m. 
(laiif/v — <Hirr oil in liim. 

nlivc oil iiiiporieil in tins is dnlhilili! by tin 
\Vlieri> an imjiorler of surli idive oil clainiH th ' 
iiremeiit made hy the ^lanyer is exres.sive. no . 

shortage will In* made in llie ahsi-iii '' 

deiice showiii;: the actual i|uaniily coin 

which wiiiild furnish a ;:uiile fer ri-lii|Ui<i.ii i 

lectiu'. and the onus of priHlucin;* sinh e\ !• 

on the importer. 

I'liiied Stall's liem-ral Appraiwrs. New York. N' 

'2, VMo. 
In the nialUT of prolfst U»41«»'J of V. Sai\. 

apiinst the aftsi-s-siaeni of ilniy l»y Ilu- ••oll><t- ; 

lonis at Ihe jHirt of New York. 
Kefore Moard :i i Waitk. Somkkviij.k iiiiil II 
Appniis«'rs». 

SiiMKUVII.I.K. Hi Ill-nil \ PI nil inn- : Tlie Mf 
i|Uesi ion ciuisislK of olive oil in tins wfii<h «■ 
duty al r»ll cents |mt pilloii, as er>t 
jiiaisiT, under paniyrapli 40 ef t' 
ISM7. The repiirl of the ajipr. 
at the hearing show llial the 
trr-;:alloii. half pillon. and • 
ilic mi-asiirement, ii Immiij: in, 

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cilMS srcin Id liiivc liccn lilkcii, lliis iiicIImmI Ii:i\ ilii; Iti-cii tlic 
|tiiirliic <if till' cnsitiiii liuiisc fdi- vi'iirs. The iinporli'is 
chlilll lluil this lliriisiiri'lliclll is llnt ciuirrl. :iili| lii:il lilcrc 
is ii slii>r(ii;L:<' >'f rriiin im niiiiii' ;iii<l ,111 immhc aiiil :i IimH' in 
l\M> oiiiKcs |U'I- nillinil. 

Il \\:is :i(iliiill(i| ill till' liraiiii;; lli:il llic i:iini|s iil'c snjij 
ill lr:iil<- .'IS i;iilli)ii, li:iir U'llloii. :iiiil i| ii:irlfr-u:ill<iii litis. 
( )|ii' iiT till- ilii|iii|-tcrs test i til 1 1 1 1 1:11 lie ii:l<l <>|ir!i('i| :ili<i|ll mii' 
ilii/iMl cillis ri-nlil ilill'tTcllt ctiscs nt" lllr lilcrrlin nil isc. illlil 
lli:il tile nil's liirkiil ,1 i|ii,'ii'li r iiC iiii iiicli In :i linll' inrli nl 
lifiiiL; lull. 

Il is Will klinw II ||i:M nil is Sllltjccl In fXimilsinil illlil 
mill |-:l('l inn, iirrnnliiii: In I ('lii|ii'l :il lire, iiiiil lluil ill )il';ii- 
lirc llniic nl' llicsc {■■.\l\s :11c cMI' illi|)nrlr(l clllirclv lull. A 
siiiiihir iiiicstinii ;irnsc lulcin' ihr ('irciiii ("niiri nf ijic 
Sniiilicni Uistrici oC New Xmk in ilic cjisi' nf di^jin r. 
rililcil Sl;ilcs (!l| I'cil. K(|i., 7.">Si, wIktc illlliis wrlT ;is- 
scssnl nn tlic i|n;iiiliiy nl' iciiniii nli\c nil cniitnincd in 
till ciiiis. ilic nitMsurcniciil Ik iiii; liiiscd mi llic i|ii;inlitv 
I-clllfllcil liv llic i;;nn;<'l'. wliicll cnri-rsiinlKlcd \\illi llic 
sizes nl' llic ijiiis. 'rile iiii]inrl('r ilniiiinl in tlnil cnsc llini 
lllr IIII :isiiri'iiii-tit \\;is cxccssiAC, mid inliddiiccd (■\ idcini- 
li'Ildilli; in sil|i))nil liis inlilrlll inn. It \\ as nhscr\cd li.\ 
•Fiidiic W'lirrlcr tliat •■llic i|iiiinlily nlurncd would sccin 
lo exceed llic exact i|iiaiil it,\' in standard i;allnns. In snnic 
cxtenl, Inil In >\ hat cxtciil is not made In so a|i|icnr as 
In I'liinisli any uiiide I'nr icli(|iiidalinn." Tlic same ve- 
maik .-qiplics in ilie present impniiat inn. The nuns was 
nil the imi>nrler In show llie alleged shnrlaiic with siilli- 
cieiii accnracy In jnstil'v an inlcllijiciil relii|iiidal inn. w liicli 
he has failed In iln. 

The lirnlcsl is n\cillllcd and the di cisinli nf the cnllectnr 

atliniied. 



lelils nf ihe saille lia\e heen shown In lie nf ail actual pvn 
if !t!l dejil-ecs or o\cr. such cases will he n-lcased In 1 
p.-iily fi-niii whom seized, nl- ill w Imse hands dcl.-iined. w il 

nut cnsi In I he ( in\cinmellt. 

All cases which, npnii npciiiiiL; and c'.xainiiiai inn nf 1 

cnntellls, the actual jPlnnf was fnlind In he less tliail 
dei:lees, will he seized and prcceeil i |ii:s under seel inn ;i4 
ilisl il Ule<l. 

Whi'ie repni-ts nn h'nrni 1 17 have iini already heen mat 
they shniihl he fnrwardeil willmnl dehiy. 

.Ml iinnpeiied cases delaiiied or seized were ordered 1 
leased under dale of Ocloher 10, lild."). 

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Whi.sl.-i/ hnllhil ill IxukI. 
Seizure of I»otlled-iii hniid whisky when the lest shows 
]iroof is less than 10(1 Jier cent. — (londs lo he released 
w hen ilie spii-iis ale of an actual |»roof of !)!( jiev ceiil or 
o\cr. Where tiie ]irniif is less than ill* per cenl Ihe sjiirils 
In he fnrfeiled. 

Ti;i:.\si Kv Dkivvut.mkxt. 
ori'iri; ok ('n.\i.MissioM:i! ok 1 .\rii;.\.\i. Rkvk.nik. 

Wilsh'uiiilo,!. I). ('., Xonuihrr 7. I'.lll.',. 
To rijllrctnrs <if iiil< mill n rrniii : 

Your alteiiliiHi is herehy iinitcd in certain seizures 
and delenliniis id' cases nf whisky Imltled in hond under 
the ]irn\ isiiuis nf the act id' .March :?, ISO", hecaiise of the 
sjiirils contained therein hein.ii <d' a proof of less than 100 
<le^recs. and you are instrncled in relatiim to such i)ac;;- 
Jifjcs as follow s: 

Where cases id' whisk.v ha\e heen opened and the coii- 



iT. 1). 2()S8!»— (;. A. (11 '.17. I 

l'in( -fodil Idir — Sii III /ill s. 

Samples (d' imiiorted mei-chandise consumed or destroy 
hy tile Departmeiil of .V^riciilliire in iiiakiiif; the iuspi 
linn and aiiai.\sis aiitliorized hy the so-called pnre-foi 
law, as cimlained in a ])ara?ira])li nf ihc ap|.ropriation a 
I f .March .'!, l!l(i:!, are diil iahle, and Ihe collecior is reipiir 
to levy and colled dutv thereon Ihe same as on tiie i 
mainder nf the im]>oi'lal ion. 
I'nitcd States (ieiieral Ajijiraisers, New X^vk. Xn\cmh 

C. I'.IO.".. 
Ill Ihe matter nf piiilesi Ui4.")7J nf ( '. 1». ISlinker lV; I 

a.iiainsl the assessment of duty hy the ("nllecinr n\' r\ 

loins at Ihe ])ort of San I'^raiiciscn. 
I'efnre Itnard .". I W.MTK. S().\i KKVI 1.1.1' and Hay. (Iciiei 
.appraisers. 1 

ll.\^. (!< IK nil .\ iijiiiiixir: The act of ("ou,iiress of .Mar 
■'.. 100;!, ((mtniiis Ihe fidlowinji iiai-ai;ra]dK which is kiio\ 
as I he ](nre I'nnil law : 

"Tn il!\-esti;;ale the adlllleiat inn nf f Is, dru.iiS, ai 

liipi(U-s, when deemed hy the Secretary of .Vjuriculture a 
\isahle; and the Secretary id' Aiiriculture, wiicnever 
has reason In helie\-e that anil les are hein.i; imported fr< 
fnieiiin cniiniries which h_\- reasnii of such adnllerati' 
are daimemus to the lieallh of the ])eo]de of the T'liit 
Slates, nr which are forbidden lo hi' sold or restricted 
sale in the countries in which tlie\' are made nr from wlii 
they ate expnrted, <U- which shall he falsel_\- laheled in a: 
!•( sped in re,iiard to the jilace nf manufadiiie nf the cc 
tents ( f the ])acka,iie, shall make a reijuest iiiinn tho S( 
retar.v nf the Treasury fnr samples from ori.iiinal jiac 
at;es of such arlicles fnr ins]>eelioii and analysis; and t 
Secretary of the Treasiir\- is herehy authorized to op 
such nri.ninal jiacka.ncs and deli\er s]»ei-iinens to the Si 
rdary of .\tiriciilture for tiie ]iiii])nse meiiiiniied, liivi 
net ice tn the nw iier or consiiiiiee of such arlicles, w 
may he jiresent and have the ri,iiht to introduce teslimou 
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till' (•(iiisi^iii !■ (>r iiiiy siiili ^iuhIs wliirli I III' See iTlnrv nl' 
.\!il'i<-ulllirr rc|M)iIs III liilli li;l\r ImmU i nspiilid :illil 
:iii;ilv/.((l :iiiil ruiiiul In It iliiiiut runs m IicmIiIi, hi- wliitii 
:ii-(' l°iii'lii(l<li-ii lo l)(- siilil III' ii'slricU'il in s:il(' in llic ritiiii- 
trii's ill uiiiiii lliry jim- iiiinlc or Irimi wliirli iliry mi' rx- 
imiliil, or wliii'li slinll lir fiiisi-ly hilirlril in ;iiiy n'S|ii'( i in 
ri'L;;iril in ilic iiliirr I'l' iiiiimiriirlnri' or lln- ninii'iiis oT 
lllc l)ilrk;i^r." 

Iiiili'i- ilii- |)i'iivisii)iis nf this law, ll' Imltlrs nf si ill wiiu- 
Wire ili'livci'i'il to till' Scri-clnrv of Aj;rinill lire Inr liic 
inirpisi's iif (111- cxiiiiiiiiiition llii'iiin i>riivi(lcii fiii', ami rmi 
siiuii'il ur lii'slriivnl in llir rmusi' uf sucli cxaminal imi. 

Tlu' colliTliir iliily assi-ssii! (iniy iiimn llir Iwdvc Imlllfs 
rnnsiiiiu'd as upmi tiic rcinainilri' uf ilu' iin|nirlal imi. 
Aj^ainst tiiis art ion lln- iiniiorlris luulrsl. riniHiKlini; iliat 
llicv shonlil not lie rciiuiri'il In I'ay linly n|ii>n iIh' \\ inc 
wliicli llir.v dill not rri-civr, Inil wliidi was rousiiinnl in lln' 
insiH'ition ami analysis niailc unilcr tlic liirrrlinn uf llir 
SiriTlary of Ajiriniltiiir. 

In Arkcr. .Mi'i-i-all ^; Comlil Coinpaiiy's rasr, (!. A. .".(iS!) 
iT. 1>. :.'ri:.;;ii, tin- Hoanl lu-lil that tlic stoi'a.m- rliariics 
fi r siiirin^ iniTcliamlisf Inlil umli'i' tlii' iimvisions of tliis 
law ronlil not In- iinposi'il n|iiin llir iin]nii'li'r. In lliai rasi> 
wi' sail] : 

'•rnili)ul)trilly. iimli'i' lln- polin- jiowi'i' of I lie l\ilcral 
< iovcniincnt. all iniTciiamlisi' Inonjiiit in fnnn ollni- imris 
may Ix' (U'taiiu'il for such examination as is nnrssar,\- to 
•iuanl till- imlilic licaltli, wclfair, and safety; and we are 
not iirepared to say that the ex]iense of tiiis examination 
mii;ht not lie imposed njion the importer. But tiiis, lil'CO 
the examination itself, must be niider exi)ress jn-ovision 
of statute. We know of no lieiieral ]irovision of the lav. 
whii'h would authorize the imposition of the exiieiise of 
this cliarjie ui»on the imjiorter and tlie spcritie ]irovision 
(pioted aliove, under Avliiih this exaniinal ion is made, lieiiii:, 
as it is, one of several items for which there is a siieiilic 
apiirojiriation, would leave at least a reasonable infereine 
that the purjiose and intention of Congress was thai all 
ex]>ense in conneition with the examination tlierein i»ro- 
vided for should be borne by the (Jovernment." 

\\\' have also held ihat earlaiie imuried in li-ansporl iiii^ 
merrhaiidise under the iimvisions of liiis law could not 
be im]iosed ujion the importer, but wi' are unable to tim^ 
any rule of law under which we can iiraut the reliel' 
soui;ht by this jirotest, and none has been called to our 
at lent ion by the ]irotestants. It is a well-settled common- 
law iiile, many times announced by liie courts and the 
I'lianl, thai duiies can be assesseil onl_\ upon the ([uantity 
of nil riliandise arriviui; in this country, but this rule we 
cannot apjdy, as ihe merchandise arrived in this counti-y, 
was duly entered by the im]iorters, and was held to await 
examination niider ilie \:\\y aboxc i|uiiicd. 

It wiudd seem unfair llial liie ini]iorii'r slioiilil not oidy 
furnish samples uf the merchandise for such examination 
as the law requin s. but should pay duty upon the sainides; 
yet, in our judi:nieiii. Coniiiess alone has ]iower to relieve 
him of this bni'den. unless the Secretary of Ai>ricultur;' 
may do it out of the apiiio](riation iirovided foi- the en- 
foicenient of the law. The law under which this exam- 
ination is made is a parauiajih inserted in an ajiprojiria- 
tion bill. The Secretary of .V.uriculinrc is vested with 
some discretion in the expenditure of the a]iiii'o]triation 
made for carryins out the ]irovisions of the law. and he 
would doubtless have authority lo ci)m])ensate the im- 
]iiirter for such merchaiulise as was used or destroved in 



liii' inspicilon and analysis inaiic. If liiis cnniiieiisatioi 
was based on the landed value of the nierchaudise. th 
duties paid I hereon would in thai way lie i-eturned. Tli 
merchandise used and destroyed liy ilie Ciovernment i 
such as is dutiable under the law, and the collecior niiis 
llierefiire assess the jirojier duty thereon, alllioiiuh ilie in 
porter never has (he benelil of or receives it. 
'I'lie proiesi is therefore ov<'rruled. 



Mountain Grapes the Finest. 



A|.'rj|iil<lll ii has been the cause of main t'or.si lir. 
hilciy, Ilie pieseiii <\\\ wcatliir in this seclion iia 
111 en of uiiai iieiielii to the vineyai-(l ists in the Santa Crn 
.Mnnnlains. ( her a Ion of jiiai'cs jter day is beinj!,' shipjie 
from the Sania ("rn/, depot, and (he j;rapes have rarel 
been of lieller i|naliiy than this year. The u,ra]te j;rowei 
lia\T iiad a lonji dry s|iell in which In har\esl the cro] 
and I lie prices ha\e been except ioiialix ^iood, raniiiuii froi 
7."i cents to ^\.\{) pel- crate fill- mountain ,i>rai>es, as ajiaiii!' 
;'>."i io4.'icentsa crate lasl year. .Most of the jii"a])es shi])])!' 
from here iio to Nevada and I'tah ciiiis, l']| Paso, Seattl 
and ( 'iiicano. — />o.s' Hatas Mail. 



LOMA PRIETA LUMBER CO. 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

l^divood Lumber, Telegraph 'Tholes, Shingles, 
Shakes and T'osts, Also 

^ Grape Stakes ^ 

2x2-4 Ft. Long, 2x2-5 Ft. Long, 2x2-6 Ft. Long; 
Square Ends, or One End Pointed 



POST OFFICE ADDRESS 



CAPITOLA, 



Santa Cruz, Calif. 



# Z 

UtwtBt et 6. F. and North Pacific R'y jj 

The Picturesque i» 

I Northweslern R'y .- "ZL^ I 



la more than Attractive for short, Sunday trip* 



On SUNDAYS 

HALF RATES, OR ONE FARE FOR THE ROUND TRIP | 

t From SAN FRANCISCO To 

Z St. Vincent, Ignacio, Novato, Petaluma, Cotati, Santa Rosa, 

w Fulton, Winiisor, Healdsburg, Lytton, Geyserville, Asti, 

J Cloverdale, Preston, IlopUnd, Guerneville, Scliellville, Vine- 

2 yard, Sonoma, Agua Calienle, Glen Ellen, Sebastopol, Ukiah. 

AV oni traveling ort this road on Sundayi unit comt in 
t9ntaxt with Sunday ptcnics^ either on boats or tratnt, 

TAKE BOAT AT TIBURON FERR Y 

TtckbtOpficeb— &50 Mnrket St. (Chronicle Building) and Tiburon Ferry. 
Oekbral Opficb— Mutual Life Building, corner California and Sansome 
J Streets, San Francisco, Cal. 

JAS. L. FRAZIER, aeni Man. R. X. RYAN, Oen 1 Pal>. Aft. 



Teleph»or»cM»ir»040 

I F. E. MAYHEW (k CO. I 

I IN lERNAL REVENUE and i 

I CLSrOM HOUSE BROKERS 3 

•3. \ Udiomeieti and blxira Scems and All Kinds of Revenue Booki 'C> 

t 'j 

I: 411 Battery Street 

•:■• San Francisco, - - C«I. 



LOUISVILLt,. MKNDHRSON 
ST. LOUIS RAILWAY CO. 



"HENDERSON ROUTE" 

Consign your shipments from Louisville and 
Interior Kentucky points, care of the Louisvlile, 
Henderson <St St. Louis Railway, which is a 
direct line to Pacific Coast points, and sam« 
will receive prompt attention. 

For rates and other information, addr«t» 
the undersiffned : 

L. J. IRWIN, 

Traffic ManaKer 
LOUISVILLE. KY 



OCOOOOOO«< 

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NEW BREW 



YOSEMITE 
LAGER 



HHI:\\ I I) l»\ iriH 



Telephone .Mission 152 



LMIRPKISI |{KI\MN(, (0. 

Si\tenith «iiul I (»lsnin Sts. 
SAN »KAN(IS((». ( M. 



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GEORGE WEST & SON, 'i^^^^^mm 

>> PRODUCERS OF .*> 

SWEET WIINES AND BRANCHES 



STOCKTON. CAL.. U. S. A. 



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PURITV^ 
MATURITY 




SHERWOOD & SHERWOOD, Distributers, 212-214 Market Street, San Francisco 
216 North Main St., Los Angeles 448 Sherlock Block, Portland, Ore. 



H. Q. HOWELL, Special Representative 



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"Tea Kettle" 

Is the leading old fash= 
ion, straight Sweet 
Mash Whiskey 



'Crab Orchard" 

Straight Sour Mash. 
The brand controlled by 
JAMES LEVY «BRO. has their 
name burned in the bbl. 



"SUSQUEHANNA 

GUARANTEED ALL RYE 



"SPRING HILL'' 

HIGH FLAVOR HEAVY BODY 



*' Pilgrimage 



M 



! An old style Sour Mash 



'Old Q.W.H." 

Straight Sour Mash 
Worth trying 



idiii AHiiudi Mdiisiicdi tdinon 




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OrKiiii "I lilt- Mine, spirit and hrcMing trade <«f the Pacific Co«»l 



Coat 



3L. XLVIII. 



SAN FRANCISCO, JANUARY ol, !'.«••.. 



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Exceptionillv liie nii>s| unilcrm. "IJ jnJ mellow wliisktfy. ^ 

Hunter | 

Baltimore Rye i 

In ^ualil) anj IUmt iI is the iinest and inaturest whiskey made. ^ 



JOHN SROIFF & CO, 




IMPORIiRS 01 



Wines and Liquors 



>VIIISKItS 

Soir igent* lar 

SLAII R'S 
PR! Mil M ROIRRON 



208-210 Mcirkot St. 

4 and il I'inc Strcit 
San frdnris<o. Cal. 



IN'O CAFE COAAfM.liTE 
\N irHOL r 

■•:-yi-:-:v--'i-:-:-:-:-:t-:-:-:-:-y:-:-: . .-i-r-v*- 

Wfiitelfock 
Wafer 



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I LimrA 

'f 

P. J. WEINIGCR & CO. 

GENERAL DISTRIBUTERS 
101-103 POWELL STREET 

PHONC BUSH 20 SAN FMANCiaCO. C*L 



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i>iiAci i^ii>/>iiiniiAn aI tho ILinp Tp;i<1p Diiiwnv ii\ Ihi' liPi:! 




We have 

pleasure in 

announcing 

that 

BICIRCCl 
WiRG 



was used in 

christening 

the 

Pacific Ccil)le 

on 
December 14, 1902 




The 
Silver Basket 

containing 
the bottle 

is 

herewith 

reproduced. 

Respectfully yours, 

WetiiKire- 
Bowei^ 

410 Post Street 

San Francisco 

Cal. 






R. B. PEASE, President 



F. M. SHEPARD, JR., Treasurer. 



<".. F. RUNYON, Seci 



Goodyear Rubber Company 

Manufacturers and Dealers in 

RUBBER GOODS OF EVERY DESCRIPTIO 




WINE AND BREWER'S HOSE. 



'GOLD SEAL" IS THE BEST. 



RUBBER-LINED COTTON HO 



61-63-65-67 FOURTH STREET, PORTLAND, OR. 
573-575-577 AND 579 MARKET STREET, SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. 

WE ARE HEADQUARTERS FOR EVERYTHING MADE OF RUBBI 



It '^ 

I vSwiss- American Bank I 



524 Montgomery Street 
S. F., CaL 

Phone Main 5604 

Commercial and Savinp^s Bank 

CKecK Accounts Solicited 



CHAS. MAGGINl, President b. G. TOGNAZZI, Managb 

A. A. MICHELETTI, Cashier 



'<i3HKi)^asai^»j»aai3tiHsts<st^s->3^^ 



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PACIFIC WINE AND SPIRIT REVIEW. 
CLASS! KIKU INDKX OK A 1 )\'i: HTISK M 1-. NTS. 



CALIFOKNIA WINKS AM) HKANDIKS. P.ge 

Ali;i Vi»t« Wiiu-s Co Front Corer 

Barton Viupyaril Co., Ltd II 

CHlifurnia Wine AMnciatioo _ ... 73 

Fiiiko's, A., Willow _ 21 

Frem-li-Amoricuii Wine Co _ 'M> 

(iuiidlai-h-KuniJiirhu Wine Co _ lU 

lUiluiii Vineyard Company 47 

Italian-SwiiMi Colony , 59 

Ijicliman A Ja<->>bi 6 

I^is Aiiueloa Wine Company tL'l 

I'. M. Mann Coiiiimny (Inc ) 

Nu|iu il Sonoma Wino Co I'j 

Sierra Madre Vintage Company , fl 

Smitli. JuliuB I'aul _ 63 

Southern California Wine Company - ftl 

Stern & SonB, Inc.. Cha« .'. -js 

To Kiiliin Vin.yard Co 10 

Weet, Geo i Son, Incorporated^ 71 

Wetmore-Bowen Company 2 



DISTILLERS AND BROKERS. 

Clarke Brc*. A Co «5 

E. J. Curley it Co _ 20 

(inin.B, \V. A. A Co 57 

GoMen Eagle PiKtilleriea Co. Inc 42 

Jamt'c I.evv iV Bro 72 

\Vm. I.analian A Son _ 1 

Mnvliew, F. E. A Co 71 

C. f'. Moorman A Co Back Corer 

Sunny brook IiiHtillery Co _ 6 

Walker, Iliraiii ><c Sons _ 27 

The Kirby Distilling Co 6 

WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALERS. 

Ahrons, I'ein A Bullwinkel _ :V7 

Cartan, McCarthy 4 Co_ 41 

K. Chevalitr Co 4.{ 

llnnley Mi-rcantile Co 31 

MotalinR, A. V. A Co _ „Front Cover 

Je«Kt' Moore-Hunt Co _... 4il 

Ilillert M.-rcanlilo Co ..2:t-.» 

McDonald A Cohn 45 

Nal)er, Alfa A Urune 43 

RuHooni A Flxher _ 37 

Shea, Buciiucraz A Co 2B 

Siel>e Brod. A I'lacemann _ .'12 

Sutter Hoiui' Wine A DiiitilHng Co 40 

John Sroufe .t Co Front Cover 

Treailwell A Co 2 

Theo < iier Company _ 251 

P. J. Weniger A Co _ Front Cover 

Wichman, Latgen & Co _ 3.1 

RETAIL LIQUOR DEALERS. 

(WHERE TO OET OOOD TniNOR TO ORISK AXD EAT.) 

Alcazar Cafe _ 33 

Bank Exchange 41 

BerU A Co., A._ 4S 

Bouquet Itar S3 

Chronicle Bar. P. W Wobber _ 39 

Davy Crockett 41 

Ph Pe Martini - 2» 

IVl Paw. Cafe, ■ Jack" Stafford, Proprietor .'15 

Dunue. J. P. A Co ^ 33 

Ferry C^fe_ 41 

(iohltin Kagle Dintilleriee Co- 42 

John Knoblo»-h 33 

John J. Krcina .15 

Rome Harril ^ 37 

John I., llrrget - 4< 

I»uia F'lntanec 

MaUte-tii A Cuneo 

Market Cafe 

Mo<;iniiM«T'i< Tom. McGlmMy, proprietor . 

Merrhantu' Tavern Ca(e _ 

Jamiii Kaggi 

K'wui. J. F M 

RuM-oni A Fiahar 

San ^' ■ 

Tev.- ^..y 

The I .imporeau 

Thr I.,.^ .. t>.,.,..i.i.an dk Campbell 

The 1102 _ 

Thi> Jjicer 

Th« Pre- ♦ 

Tho.J. Waldh ACo „..„ 

Tw.v-imev A Miholovich 

White l(or»e Inn 



POKEIGN AND DOMESTIC CHAMPAONKS. 



Pa«« 



rinke'a. A.. Widow.. 
Hummel Clionipagtie 
Paul .MaMoo CI, a 
Veave Clicquot- \ 



M Mornmrl U 



IMPORTKRS 



L. A C 

A r., , 



Gandolli, 

Mein.xk. 

Kher.v 

A. \ 

Chai 

Pluniel. J l'. ACu. . 

Wolff. William A Co. 



SYRUPS. CORDIALS. BITTERS, PRl'NR JUICE 

Barrett Co 

California Froit Distillery Aaaoriation 
The K. O. I.von.! A Kaaa Co 

I.anh'ii Hitter." 

KoBsi, D. P 



4^. 
34 



Schoenthaler Mfg. Co 



Buffi' 

Ent. 

Olvi 

Rul. 

.Seat- 

Wu: 



BOTTLEk.S' SUPPLIES 



BREWERS. 



ting Co.. 



S7 
Tl 
33 

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WINEMAKERS' AND DISTII.LKRS* SUPPLIES. 



>cli.ilur, .\ ••■ 
Tonlou»e A 



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41 
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51 
SM 

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LEADING HOTEI,« AVP RESTAI'RANTS 

A«ti'" R'^ts'imn- 



Mi-< r.i.i.ANBOr8. 



PACIFIC WINE AND wSPIRiT REVIEW. 



theLOEW^ 

SYSTEM PATENT 

VINE & LIQUOR niTER) 



Cimple and Durable in 

Construction; will 

wear indefinitely with 

care; is easily cleaned. 

/^^lanfies liquors to a 
crys tal brilliancy 
without affecting color, 
taste or flavor; saves 
filtering material and 
obviates long storage; 
goods can be received 
and bottled the same 
day. 

Write (or Calalog 

R.W. 



The LOEW 

Mfg.Co.omg 
J.C.AMELUNG.Agt. 

415 Italisn- American Bank Bld^. 
>AN FRANCISCO. CAL. 




lASH'SBITTERO 







\\[m^%^ PRINT THE "WINE AND SPIRIT 
REVIEW." GOOD PRINTING 
COSTS NO MORE THAN THE 

OTHER KIND IF YOU GO TO THE 

RIGHT PLACE. 



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Phillips & Van Orden Co. 

508 CLAY STREET :: SAN FRANCISCO 



H. V. MOREHOUSE 



J. E. Alexander 



Morehouse & Alexander 

ATTORNEYS AT LAW 



PMONt JOHN 3776 



§( 310 PINE STREET 



SAN FRANCISCO 



SUNNY BROOK DISTILLERY CO. 

r.Ot7I8Vir.LK, KY. 
Contnctlng Offlcca, 174 Randolph Street, Chlcacc Ills. 

ROSKNFIKLD BROS. 4 CO, PMOPS. 
tMm »j cU.. |i.(W aad fi.as Di.tilleriei No. 5 and „ 



TISSUE PAPER MANILA PAPER 

LABEL PAPER 



PAPER 



e^ 



OF 

ALL 
KINDS 



A. ZELLERBACH & SONS 

Cor. SanAome and Commercial Sta. 
San Francisco 



City brewery 



OFFICE: 

Cor. 12th and H Strec 




B 



EST 
EER 



In the World. 



Steal Beei 



Sacramento, Cai 



PACIFIC WINE AND SPIRIT REVIEW. 



f..^yy<..^.e..^l<>lf..<«<.i<.it.tf.>.t<.lfHf.JtHMft><.><Uft>6lftiftl<M<.i<..ftV..f«ft^..>..^^ 



AGE AND PURITY 






'■I Wl KVl 




TRADE MARK; 



Sunnv Brooh 

«t^ A PERFECT WHISKEY. 



It is the licst and iiKtst extensively ful- 
Ncrtiscd ^(/od whiskc> in the market. 

We offer extra induccment> to cncr^jetic 
distrihutors. 

We make it a special point to c«»-opcrnte 
with our aj^encies to the fullest extent in 
creatin^jand maintaining a hrisk demand 

It will pax you to \\ rite U5 for full par- 
ticulars. 

Sunny Brook Distillcn Co. 

Louisville. f\ \ ■ 



THE ONtY IVHISKEY A^VARDED 

GRAND PRIZE AND GOLD MEDAL 

AT ST. LOUIS %VORLD*S FAIR. 



i',V^>.jii,v,vA',>',>',^'.T','i'^'>\if',V'i.,i'A'A'ii''i>'ji'iA'; 



•4r«*«'4fjf'jf*'jr'jr*«'jf*>4fjr.y**yr4f*«W"''" 



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=Cacl)man $ Jacobi 




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Vl, ^, ^y^*-" 



California Wines and Brandies 

BRYANT A SECOND STREETS, SAN FRANCISCO 
l\(HM-V\ & J\(()IJI ^* '^ ^'"^^ l>ffi(r. J**^ «inH ^^^ North MoofO St. 



PACIFIC WINE AND SPIRIT REVIEW. 



I) 



NITED STATES FIDELITY m GUARANTY CO. 



Phone 

Private Exchange 

418 



CAPITAL. Sl,7(Kt,0()0 



SURPLUS AND RESERVR, $1,428,546.98 
TKis Company is Accepted as 

SOLE SURETY UPON ALL INTERNAL REVENUE AND CUSTOMS BONDS 

Required by the United States Qovernment from 

Distillers, Brewers and Cigar Manufacturers 



PACIFIC COAST DEPARTMENT 

BORLAND. ROBERTSON & JOHNS, General Managers 331 339 Crossley Building. San Francisco 



W(gij;^i;._^._«i^i_i.^«.«ij;ii;j«H;i_gi_L'»Ji4iiiJ^(«i«iJii^ 



AMERICAN BRANDV 



FINEST IN THE WORLD. WHY? BECAUSE GRAPES ARE CHEAPER THAN 
CHEMICALS IN THIS COUNTRY: Consequently it 'Does Not "Pay to ADULTERATE. 



I THE KIRBY DISTILLING CO. ^^^^^ Fowler, Fresno Co., Cal. 

! Makes a Specialty of PURE BRANDY, and making NO WINES, has NO WASH OR 

- - - SOUR WINE TO PUT INTO BRANDY. 



ODR STILLS ARE KNOWN AS NUMBERS 263 OR 357 FIRST DISTRICT, CALIFORNIA 

lli«6e Numbers ARE BURNED on the GOVERNMENT or STAMPED HEAD of EVERY PACKAGE, there being No Other Genuine "KIRBY BRANDY." 

Sold Only in Carload Lots to the Trade. Correspondence Solicited. 



5(»SW^S<^S<SiS<SlS^ifiStS^ii^ifi^<.TiS^S«?KS^S^,^<.SijriS'i.^,V>S1,v,> 




C. M. MA\N CO. INC 



SICCESSORS 




WINES AIND BRAINDIt 

CASE GOODS, SPARKLING WIN 
AND CHAMPAGNES A SPECIAL 



ESTABLISHED 1859 

Vineyerds, Sonoma Counfy, Cal. 




OFFICE AND 
CELLARS 



216-218-220 SICRIMENTO, and 221 COMMERGIIL ST., san Francisco, c 



SAMPLES SENT 
ON APPLICATION 



Sierra madre Ulntagc €o. 



GROWERS AND PRODUCERS OF 






Pare California Wines ^"'^ Brandies 

PORT AND SHERRY 

A specialty 

Lamanda, Los Angeles County, Cal. 



(jold Medal Paris Exposition, 1900 

(iold Medal Pan-American Exposition, Buffalo, 1901 

Qold Medal Louisiana Purchase Exposition, 1904 






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Oroan or TBI WiNt, Spibit and Bkswimo Tbadi or tub PAanc Coabt. 



VOL. XLVIII. X 



SAX FRAXCTSCO, JANUARY 31, 1906. 



$2.00 PER VHAK 



Issued Monthly 



TREASURV REGISTER CO., 

R M WOOD. 
E. F. WOOD, 



PUBLISHERS 



PRESIDENT AND EDITOB 
SECRETARY AND TREASURER 



Office: »j2.S Montgomery Street, San Francisco. 

Montgomery Block. 
i^Hon* Alont|for?Tcry K4I 

Thf r.4(iFir nrxF: ash spikit nr.yiiw it ii,e 

only pnptr of if rtat.i »>«/ of Chirago. It rir<ul<itf< <iinon</ 
th« trfinUa ,l0 ,tn<l lietnil f^'in^•, Spirit un<l lirtr l>rnlrr» of 
f/io Pariftr <'„n$t. Ihf niur ^t^ikfrn itiul Bramlu inoUllern of 
('•tlifnrnui. the }f'iiie ami Hrniulii Bui/rm. <inil thr I mit,,rtir», 
IHsliUrri atui Jobber* of th« Lnited Stales. 

Kiitfrr.1 At tlio Post Ollice at .'^aii I'niBci.tco, Cal., 
u Second-ClBM Matter. 

All CHECKS. DRAFTS. MONEY ORDERS. Etc . should be 
niAde p»r«ble to TREASURY REGISTER CO. 

Subv-riptioii» per ye«r — in advance, postage paid. 

For the I'nited .Statei, Mexico and Canada J. 

For the Unitetl Stiite*. Mexico and Canada, six iDODths I J5 

For Kuropeao countrie* j 00 

Single copirt 







FERRO-QIIW 



K\[)\\\ AM) IIMK iillllKS 
hll 32 oaoccs tqt. bottles i $11.91 [h.t case 

FERRO-QUINA BITTERS 
Ilittrr* "I thr ilav. It i< 



vilix.iitiit th 
Thu new i 
with Whi 

m'Tr.t w' 



yClX* BlTT) 
t-la<« uloon. 



thr Ir.rll.,^ 
.1 in nil tl.r 



D. P. ROSSI, 

Mill) DuponI St San Fran..ia>: 

PACIFIC COAST AGCNT 




Th; 



Herrmann 
Hats 



COMB NE 
QUAl ITY 
STYLE iHO 
MODEST 
PRICES 







\a//u v^j/u yl[iJ'^^v. 




FOOLAGOaD 

JUDGE 

Me Krvowj Thai ,, 

It J , :^^^ 




JOHN RAPP L SON 

Op». BU %%4 TsMaMBtf tit 



PACIFIC WINE AND SPIRIT REVIEW. 



MARKET CONDITIONS 



DKV WINK:— The tirst nionili <<( tlu' year did not make 
any nutahle sliowin-; in llic niatltT of exports i)y sea. 
The totals were r>0:2 eases and 3!H»,:?4!> {iallons valued at 
;S!144,1.S!^. \\liiie the wiue husiness is on a healthy hasis 
it is not easy to aeeount for the eoniparative sharp faliinj; 
oil" wiiieh is sliow n as eontrasted with Janmiry l)usiness, 
IJK)."). In that month the exports were 'M)2 eases and 7!IS, 
438 gallons of the value of i?'_»(;4,82T. Of that (juantity 
New York look C.id.SST j^allons. 

The j;eneral California wine trade is in hetter sjiape than 
ever hefore, tiie \\H)7> vinlaije havinji been the means of 
brinj^iiifj the industry up to a hasis where the prospects are 
highly eneouraj;in^. Dry wines of good (juality are in 
stronj; demand and few of these renuiin in first hands, 
while the marked decrease of the production of sweets has 
placed that branch of the industry in a safe position. Tlie 
call for wines of the hiiiliest f^rades both in glass and l)ulU, 
is steadily increasing and the windup of tlie year finds the 
industry at a point at which the producers thereof have 
long been aiming. It looks now as if the climb (o the 
higher i)rosperity will be fur less dilficnll iIkiti in Ilie 
past. 



SWEETS :^Tiie.improvenient in the sweet wiue situation 
continues and there is no doubt now that the real 
value of these wines will be recognized henceforth. The 
production during the calendar year as shown in the sta- 
tistic tables elsewhere, was far short of that of 1904, and 
there is at the present time no prospect of an overproduc- 
tion for some time to come. The 1(»05 wines will be found 
of better quality than those of 1!»04, and it is certain that 
considering the stocks on hand and the shortage in the 
output, the values of standard wines will naturally hardeu. 
The production in the two districts for the mouth of De- 
cember totals 21(5,404. SL gallons. During the same 31 
days of 1904 the product in the two districts was 985,301.11 
gallons. Further comments seem to be unnecessary. 

BK.VNDY; — The brandy market is in an excei)tiimally 
healthy condition, a remark which is hardly original 
in connection with this branch of the industry. What is 
meant to be conveyed is the fact that the brandy men are 
in a better condition than ever before. Well made brandy 
was good property before the results of the recent vintage, 
were known, but it is still better now. This statement will 
be better undei-stwM when it is known that the production 
of both districts for the month of I)ecend)er totaled only 
133,938.1 tax gallons as compared with 325,39().4 tax gal- 
lons in Decend)er, 1904. Exports by sea were so small as 
not to be worthy of menticm. Imports were ditto. 



WHISKY : — The trade as a rule find that their business 
is in better condition than for many years before, 
and some are fortunate enough to be able to state that dur- 
ing the latter part of 1905 it reached a record point. W^e 
know these latter statments to be well founded, by reason 
of the fact that the records of the exports of whisky by 
sea prove them. As will be seen elsewhere in the annual 
review of the trade of the year, the whisky men fared bet- 
ter than those in other affiliated lines, the growth of their 



export business having been highly satisfactory. Furtln 
more the outlook is for a cont inuation of this most desiral 
condition. I^xjiorts for the month were 1,043 cases, 2,3 
gallons of the value of .$17,243. Imports, 1,180 cases a: 
(J casks. The export.il inn (if miscellaneous wines ai 
li(|nors was of average xnhnne, the total being 1,203 cas( 
2.-! barrels, 1 keg, i.(C.(» gallons all of Ihr vain.' of .$11,4." 



IMI'nK'r.VriONS:— The imi.nrteis cnjovcd a fairly sal 
lariory business during the month, in I'acI, much bett 
rhan they could have expected becau.se January is usual 
regarded as a rectionary month. Imports were of only fa 
vohime, the principal items being the following: Wii 
1,392 cases, 12 barrels, 70 casks; IJrandy, 50 octaves; A! 
100 cases; Stout, 75 cases, 3 barrels; Whisky, 1,180 cast 
casks; Vermouth, 500 cases; (tin, 195 cases; Prune Juic 
5 barrels; Absinthe, 715 cases; Amer Picon, 375 case 
li(|U('urs, 10 cases; Spirits, 75 cases; .Mineral Water, ~'. 
cases; .Malt Extract, 105 cases. 



Bl';i'^lv: — The exp(U'ters of beer fared exceptionally W( 
comparing the business of January, 190(), to that 
.lannaiy, 1905. During the past month exports show< 
a volume of 1,4.59 i)ackages bottled and 350 packages bul 
of the total value of |11,943. During the same month 
1904, the total valuation was $0,037, which shows a coi 
parative gain of nearly 50 per cent. 



Hilbert riercantile Co. Enjoys Fat Year. 



TLIE Ililbert Mercantile Co., one of the largest instit 
tions of its kind on the Pacific Coast enjoy( 
the most prosperous year in its history. The last thrc 
mouths of 1905 were record breakers, and the New Yet 
opened in a surprising!}' good manner. "Our business i 
January," .said Manager Keynolds, of the company, "wf 
very large. The demand for Iluuter P.ve, for instanc 
being away ahead of any reasonable expectation. In fac 
all lines of representative goods were in full denmud, au 
the volume was greater than in any similar month sin( 
our house was founded. I have recently returned froi 
an extended business trip in Nevada and Southern Cal 
fornia. In the former section while business is not activ 
the conditions are good and the outlook ditto. In Souther 
California the liquor business is better than ever befor 
In Los Angeles it has reached the high tide, while in Sa 
Diego the situation is unequaled. Business is better tha 
ever, collections good and everything presages a contini 
ance of this present prosperity. Coming in contact with a 
classes of business men as I do, I feel free to predict thj 
this ye^ar will be still more prosperous than the precedin 
one. All the indications point to this." 



Wine and Brandy Receipts. 



The receipts of wine and brandy from interior cellars durin 
the month of Januaiy were: Wine, 1,632,150 gallons; brand] 
17,050 gallons. 



American Whiskies in Bond. 



The quantity of American whiskies and spirits remaining i 
bond in San Francisco December 31, 1905, was 103,601 ta 
gallons. 



PACIFIC WINE AND SPIRIT REVIEW. 




Nkw Youk, .lainiarv, liMX;. 

Ei'iioK Wink ami SiMiur Ukvikw :— Tin- vrar lias (ipfiitil 
most aus|ii(i(iiislv for tlic \viii<> ami spirit trade of tliis 
I it V. TIh" hnlidav Idisiiu-ss was tin- In-st in scvrral years. 
Tin- III!!, wliirli is ntiiiitcd iiii-vitaMc after the rush of the 
holichiys lias hardly lieeii a|i|iareiit. There has Imhmi a 
steady iiijtour of orders and a wholly mdiMiked for aetivity. 
The recent advance of two and one-half (li'/^) cents 
per gallon on mininiinn white wines and Mtiscats at the 
wineries, has },'reatly strenf,'then«><l the sitnatioii for Cali- 
fornia wines. This advance in connivtion with the limiteil 
production of this s^-ason bids fair to lirin^ about a fur- 
ther ailvance tui all ;:rades of California wines. The out- 
look is most encouraj^in};. 



California hrandy is particularly stronjr in jirice, owin; 
to the .small tiuantities produce<l. 



The whisky market continues featureless, hut prices tinn 
on all the leading brands. 



Kuniors are rife as to the imminence of another spirit 
war. There are forces at work, which seem directtnl to 
endinj; the truce declare*] a few months ago. 



The distillers and wholesale lii|Uor dealers of Kentucky, 
at a reient meeting' at the (Jalt House, in Louisville, aj)- 
pointeil I>. Mes4hendorf, E. M. Klexner, Marion K. Taylor, 
Thomas N. Gilmore, H. Hernheim, (i. Mcflowan, Cieorpe C, 
Itrown, and W. C. Wheeler, a committee to confer with 
the National Wholeside Li(|Uor Dealers' A.s.sociation rela 
tive to joint action with the Hoard of Trade of Louisvilh-, 
Kentucky, to the purpose of securiuf; a reduction of the 
frei;;ht rates on whisky to the Pacific Coast. The rate now 
char;:eil is $1.2." per 100 pnun<1s, and it is soui;ht to re- 
duce this to the rate char^e<] on hi;;h proof spirits, viz.: 
eij;hty-five fSSo) cents per 100 jiounds. 



.\i the .sjinie ineetinp, another committee was appointed 
to meet the State Hoard of Kqualization and protest 
npainst th<> increas*-*! tax valuation on whisky, from $S to 
f 10 per barrel. Marion K. Taylor was electe<l Chairman 
of (his committer', which consists of W. O. Itonnie. T. M. 
tfilmon", J. It. Thomps4in, I^iwreiue .Tom's, Louis Ilosi'ii- 
fielil, James .^toll. f). Meschendorf. (i. ii. Ilntwn, and 
O«>orne B<«rry. 



Cfustnve Reismeyer, President of the O. Reismeyer Din- 
tilling Company of St. Louis. Mo., has U't-n apjMijntH n 
niemlKT of the Kxecutive Committee and Hoard of Control 
of the N'atiiMial \\'holesiile Liipior I>i'alers' .\ssocintion, 
vicf .\u>rust <iraf. re<entlv decea.»uil 



Clannce .1. \\'.tiu..rr. President of the Wet more- Bowon 
Company of San I'ranci.s<-o. has Imh-h a welcome visitor in 
New York durin;: the past fortniuhf. It is certainly a 
pleasun\ for one who's faith is in Cnlifornin wine«, to 
nuvt so warm an advin-ate of them, so worthy an expo- 



nent of their rtnil vahn* — for then- is no KaiDsiiying the high 
standard which Cn-sta Hlatica wiui-s have given to Cali- 
fornia pniducts, as Mr. Wetmore. The New York inter- 
••sts of the Wetniore-Howen Company an* ca|>ably handled 
by Mr. K. R. Depue, an<l their ofllce luTi- is one of the flneHt 
in the city. 

Mr. K. L. Spellman of the llnu «>f K. L. S|Mllman k Co. 
has just returnnl frtmi a most delightful trip to i'alifornia. 
While the visit was mainly a. busitu'w* one, Mr. S|M-llman 
was greatly l)enefltted in health by his luijourn in the un- 
rivalletl climate of California. 



Mr. H. C. Samuel, Vict'-Pn-sident of the C'Ont<olidati*<l 
California Vineyanl Company, is on an extemhil businexM 
trip through the West. Enough wiiil! When Mr. Sam- 
uel puts on his warjiaint and starts out f<»r orden*, the 
telegraph wires are kept hot, and I'ncle Sam's iHwtal 
clerks work overtime, conveying orders to the home offlcc. 



That is a deuct^lly clever article of Henry llyams'. in the 
January 10th issue of Ihiufort'*. on "Commercial Moml- 
ity." The fame of "Cnrivale*! Prune Juice" is a glowing 
testament to the business morality of the Barrett Co., and 
while far from the iK>int of "bigotry," their nuiintemince of 
the highest standard of fairness is known tiirmi'imut the 
trade. 



Every candy store and ice cpeam parlor in this city in 
which there is a so<la water fountain was sofA-ed a few- 
days ago with notice fmm the CnitiNl States Internal 
Revenue Collector that s<»<la fountain jtniprietfirs are not 
privileged to sell drinks containing alcohol unless thej 
obtain, like the drug stores, lici-n-ses to m>II liquor. The 
places afTecte«l by the notice are said to run into the 
thousjuids. It is understoo*! that the attention of the 
ili'j)artment was calle«l to the unlawful trade in theM> 
drinks by the Women's Christian Temperance I'nion. 



The Mel vale Distillery have removed their ofHreji to the 
Continental Trust Building. Calvert k Baltimore stnvtn, 
Baltimore. Md. 



Justice rjilderslwve in the Supn»me Court of tht« rity 
has rendennl a de<M»ion that it is no crime ' r, 

whether 1m»v or girl, to buy Uvr or other int<>^ m 

a sjil<M>nke<'p<'r if the purchas^-r W wnt by an nduit. The 
<lecision givi>s literal penuission to any m.ui ''r woman 
of mature years to send a child to a v ' a can 

or a bottle for liquor, if the ailult inform keeper 

in any unmistakable way that the Itevemge i« not for the 
consumption of the ■ bild 



.Vcconling lo ugntis i^. 
n-au of Statistics, then- jn 
in one year nlwi^ 
looH of prtHif SI' 

.' .If nl.nl 



nn- 



•iini of 



For Snic. 



Al!re«« A B cj 



10 



PACIFIC WINE AND SPIRIT REVIEW. 



THE IINDUSTRV IIN lQ05=a 



BY far thf iimsl iiiiixirlaiil inaihr at iliis lime ovri- 
shadow in^ tlic ("alil'oniia wine iiMhislr\, is the 
aiiK'iulnu'iit of llu' s\V(H'( wiiir law ami ilir iirnmu! 
.nation l>y ilic lulcnial Kcvcinic I )(|)ari iiniu ol mw nua 
lalioiis wliicli will ]»('niiit of ilir rapiil and ctVn icni o|>cra- 
tion of Ilic winri'v jilaiils so ihai llicrc niav Kr no delays 
ill Ilif liamlliiii; of jirajtcs during llic slmn pciind wliicli 
(•lapses lielweeii tlieir ripeiiiiiu and ilie liiin' iliey coni- 
iiieiiee to deteriorate, either in wciLihi throiiiih ox'erdry- 
ness, or throni;h the (K-cnrreiice of tains which cause them 
to liecoiiie a partial or total loss hy droppiiiii and rottin.u. 

The last five years has Iieeii a jxMiod which has called 
upon wine-makers for an itiitneiise exjienililnre of ca])ital 
in erecliiii: new wineries or enlarj;iiii; existinii plants to 
more ra|)idly lake care of the i;rai)es. 

Some i;rowers are reasonahle and patient in dealiiii: with 
the wineries, the Ani:el (ialiriel himself could not satisfy 
others. The oli\iiiits itiijiossiliility of cariiii; for all the 
iirajH's from all the \inevards in a day or a week does not 
ajipeal to them at all. and conse(|iient ly wine-makers while 
at the same titiie extetidini: their capacity to meet condi- 
tions ha\"e all the time to he more and more careful of the 
wordiiiji: of their contracts so as not to subject themselves 
l<» the le.ual liability which niireasonable .iirajK'-fii'owers are 
eai:;er to saddle upon them, and which local juries and 
jiidiies a]i]tarently delijiht in having an o]i])orl unity to 
inflict. In all such matters muiital cotisideral ion and 
Udod tempered forl)earance will lie found the best ]>oliiy. 
If one year the j;ro\vers obtain some technical leual point 
on which they lan throw the burden of climalic <-ontiii- 
jieiicies on the wiiic-inaker he will correct his contract 
terms for the future, while on the other hand if the wine- 
iiiakei' does not do all that human aiiency can do to ra])idlv 
and etticieiitly take care of the farmer's (top. he will either 
for the future take his jirapes elsewhere <ir build his own 
or in combiiiati(Mi with his ueiuhbors a co-operati\-e ]ilant, 



which latter in increasing the number, also iiu-reasi's 
seasons of plenty, the coinpetilion of sellers of wine :t 
makes a cousecpient depression in market prii-es ine\ital 
and niia\oidable. 

I'ew i;rowers realize how critical a period the last \ 
lajic atlorded, or that only the iinnsnally lijilit cro|i 
urapes from the increasinj; \iiieyard acreajic was all tl 
saved them and the wine-inakers from enormous losi 
through the inability of the wineries under the new re} 
lations which had been issued by tlu' l)e|iarlmcnt in W'a: 
iniiton to ])r(Mii])lly and etlicient ly take care of their iiraji 
So serious was the situation al the beuinuiiiL; of the seas 
that leadiiiii' wine-makers rather than incur the eiiorim 
]ieiiallies seeminjily, to the uninitiated, inseparable fn 
the new !( ;:ulat i(Mis. discontinued bu\ iiiji' siraix's a 
closed ilow tl their plants. The ureat courtesy, liowev 
)>romptly extended bv the ( 'ommissioticr <>f liitei-nal \l 
enue. who despite the fact that his readiui; of the law i 
not justify it. made leni])orary rejiiilations which eiiabl 
the \ iiitai:e to be proceeded with — saved the sitiuition. < 
the distinct nnderstaudiiiji, howcxcr. I hat < 'oniiress wot 
be asked at I he comini; session to make some aineiidinei 
to the sweet wine law which, while ap]iarently unini])o 
ant in wordiiiji were basic in their application, and wot 
permit (d' the issmiuce b\ the I >i'|iari iiieiit id' rejiiilatid 
in strict conformance with the law, and at the same tii 
with the uecessit ies of t he modern crusliinj; and fermeiiti 
plants of capacitN enormous eiiouuh to take care of t 
ever increasiiiii acreauc in the sweet w ine districts, w itl 
the slioi-t ])eriod of the viiitajic season. 

The work of obtaining such ainetidnients to tlie law a 
the sweet w iiie rcji'ulations is now beinji' earnestly jiro 
cuied ill Wasliiiifiton, and desei\es the unauimoiis sii])]i( 
(d' c\ery urape-fii-ower and wine-maker in the State 
<"alifornia. thoinih in such a \ariely of interests flu 
can liardl\ help beiiiii sonic who from inherent snsjiicioi 



» ■ -To-Ralon Wines 

FROM THE FAMOUS OLD H. W. CRABB TO-KALON VllMEYARDS 
AT OAKVILLE, NAPA COUNTY, CALIFORNIA, AND THE ONLY 
GENUINE "TO-KALON" WINES ARE THOSE SOLD BY US 

TO-KALON 'WINBS bottled at our Cellars in OaKville. Pure 'Wines of tKe HigKest Grade, 
in case lots to suit, also in bulK. Heavy Wines for Blending a Specialty- 



VINEYARD J: 

OaKville, N^apa Co., Cal. 



«i^ "0 



Office. NAPA, CAL. 

C W. CHXJRCHILIL, Manager 



t 



TO-KALON VINEYARD COMPANY 



IRVING'S APRICOT BBANDY 



GOLD IVIEDALS 

Louisiana I'urchasr Exposition 
St, l..nub)an,l Lewis and Clark 
ExpoMiion ( rortlaiid. Oregon ) 



ROSENBLATT CO. 



SAN FRANCISC 
CALIFORNIA 



PACIFIC WINE AND SPIRIT REVIIiW 



11 



iii-ss or :iirtiii|il) il |i<rsiMi;il iiil\:iiil;i^c will l:ik<- i|cli;;lil iir 
ciirpiii;; iiitfirt ti-ih i- iiiitl iiiiilcscivril rritiiism or)iii\ iikivc- 
iiH III, liowrviT pure mill i»lt\ luiislv luTi-ssniv In tin- |»roK- 
|MTitv nf till- iiiiluslrv in ;;iiicriil. 

Till- ijininillv nf oliliiiiiiii;: iiiiaiiiniil.v of an inn ami |>ii!- 
pi.si' aiiinii^ tlnsf I'liiliiariil ill llir ('alifuriiia wim- imliiM 
tn, is mil' of till- ilisii>iini;:riiiciit.s In a ■•ri-al ami pr'nii 
m-iill.v siii-ci'ssriil rniiilitioii ti( alTaii's. Tin- small mrr 
iliaiil \x lin ih'iMiuls nil iiiaili-i|iiati- simks In ran\v nn il Idisi 
III ss aliiini'iiiallv iinn-asril wln-ii w im-s an- |)li-iiliriil. 
tlirn)l;jll a rnm-i'ssinli in prici s lii-lnw llmsr i|nntri| liv lllr 
lar;;fr mm ri lis raiiimi iimlii-siami wli.v |iiiri's slmiiUl nni 
raisf w lirii a slmri rrn|i nrnirs JH-raiiM- tlirir iirri'ssilii-s 
ami llif avfra^:!' msl nf iluir mw wim-s si-i-m In ilcmami 
ami jiisiifv ic, fnr;:riliii;: llial tin- laijirr inmi-riis <|n nnl 
<li'|Miiil nil aii.v niic nr rvrii I w n viiilaiics for till- niainti'- 
iiami- nf ilic iiilc;;rilv nf ilirir wim- sincks cillnr in avci- 
ap- insi If iinifniinitv in i|iialil.v. Tlie cnnvciiirm c nf ilic 
P'lH-i-al liaili- Inn must In- cniisiili-riil in alniipl <liaii;:«s in 
priif lisis. Ilavin<; lirni airiisiniiinl In a iiiiifniniii v nf 
prin-s nvi r a sciirs nf yi-ais. varicil niilv \t\ I In- spnrailir 
riitliiiir l>v small nr amliilimis rnm-irns, lln- wine liaili- 
at lai-p' lias aiTan;;i-ii ils nlalinns with its nislnmiTs in 
terms wliirli an- ilillinili In snil<li-nlr alti'f. Sn thai the 
larp- iinTrhants until rnnvimcd that a lowi riii;: nr laisin-i 
nf |iri<'i-s is In III' ri'asnnalilv pcrmani'iil and jnstitiril liv the 
rnmliiiniis piviTiiiii^ si'vi-ral sii rn m'i I inu rri^]is. In silalf Imiii 
iM-fiiri' I'liaii'^in^' prin- inmlilinns in whirli ilir ^jnn'ral 
traili' has ailjnsti-i| itself. 

The fiijifninia wine trade diiiiiiii ilie past year has 
slinwed with ntlier iiidiisiries the privailiii^r prnsperily. 
The vnlnme has shown a salisfaetnrv iiniease. and while 
the niarj:ins have hei n small the larp-r Imsiness has made 
the year mie nf more than a\erai;e pmtii, and ;;ra|>e- 
flowers and wine-makers have shared with the nihers I lie 
hem tits due In a sharp demand at tirst hands In provide 
fur future ie<|iiireiiieiits. The small men-hauls had ef 
necessity In replenish their stocks, while the larj^er mer- 
chants hnldiii;; ample slmks at reasnnalde prices viewed 
with cniiiplacency the scramlde fnr wines al prices wliicli 
made the iiiiderciiiiin;; nf the last two years a linnmeranf: 
tn Ihnse wim have pliicticeil il. I'KIIiY T. MnlKJ.W. 



The Schmidt Kiili<i};ra]>hiii;; Co., nf this city, siicce.ssnrs 
tn the .Mutual l.ahel and Lithn^raphin^ ( 'n., favnrcd iheir 
frii-iids and |>alrniis with a •Pennine imvelly in the shajie 
of a calendar. The main feature is the new American ;:irl, 

the ••( 'lirislie." whn i-* iFie Wnflliy Sllcressnr nf tile World 

faiiMMi* iii!.»>'ii :.;iil Tin' li'.:uii- i^ iiinii- ili.in h.ilf lifi- 



size, draniiiK and co|oriie_' l«'iie^ except iitiiully iiribdic. 

The calendar iw one tlmi /it| very highly l.y any- 

one who is fnrliinaie eiio '. and i< a flm- Kiimple 
nf the wnrk thin ^reat in 

N'i^jnicr Coinp.-inN M;ul a l*r()>|Kri»iis Near. 

Tin: a. \h;mi;k < »»., ii id ,. .ninu Immiw. 

. iijnyed a \»i\ pmspemiiM yiiii -. ihedeiiiand 

riiniiiii;; laip- ihmnyh all llie leading: Iiiicm they curry. 
They report that the illi|Htrt4ltin|| nf fnreitin pMwIti — pn*- 
s! rves as well as wines and lii|iinrM — receiviil hy ihi'iii 
dnriii;i the year I'.HI.'t, have kIhiwii uu iliiiiiniition, imiwitli- 
standing: the lar;;e ipianliiy of inaiiiiractimil mid imiliitinn 
liipiors ill the tield. This Im Ntrnn;; priMif ii>:ii :■ "i-.-ai niiiiiv 
cnliiinisselirs j;iv«' the preferen«-e In ||i article. 

The steady advance nf \'eiiv«' I'liipmt ch , ,, diif to 

the ipialily nf this excellent wine and to the cnntiiMKil ef- 
fniis of tlx' a;;eiit.s. The clandexiiiie iiii|Mirter)« of lliiK 
hrand cut no (i;;iire. the cuiiMniiierx jin-ferrin}; to «l«i| with 
the ajiciiis and palmnizi' tlieiii even al a higher price, iIiiih 
snp|iorliii^ the fair ilealiiiy indicy of the a«eiiti», A. Vijinier 
( 'o. There was a lar;;e incnii.xe in the sjiles of t 'liijiMit nn<l 
the general results were found hy the llrm in Im- i|nite igit- 
isfactory. They re;iard the pi'ns|N'ct8 for I'.KHi iim fxtvllent. 



The llanley .Mercantile t'o. is only "a yearling |mikI." at 
this wriliiij.', hut it shows a viry xnccesMfiil pant yeair, far 
more so than coiihl have Im-cii reasoiialily eX|N*cie«|. The 
lioii.se introduced The llanley hmirlMin and rye in original 
and aiiractive hntths. and liy n-jison nf the i|ualily of thf 
^nnds and the manner nf placing il on the markel, lliey 
•'made j,'<Mid" in a iiianiier of which they may well In- |irt»u<l. 
I'nrtiiermnre the New Year npeiieil nmsl aiixpiciiiiiMly. the 
demand fnr hoth the IiouHhiii ami rye lM'in$; nnexiMttailly 
lai^e. The cninpany hmk not only fur a pr«ks|M-roii)< |<Nm;. 
lint for a nnmher of fat years iH'forf any niarke«| reuetion 
in trade can occur. 



Hlsewhere in this iiwiif will Im- fmind the advert ixi-nifnt 



of the F. •'. l.indeCn., warellnl|^M•lll. ' 

strifts. New Vnrk. They have tin- I 
kind in the cniinirv, their stnra^e facilitii-^, < • 
fri'izin;;. ;;eneral iNtndi-il. spe* iai iMimhil fur 
They have unexcelled faciliiieN for the liaii' 
furiiia lirandies. and snlirit a full volume of 
The Incatinii of the warehouse' and ftW' 
inu at the lermiiiiis nf tin- \. u V..il> c 

l:l^. I i.-.iill'oad 



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4^ VA^« Bi» 


Xiiuvai'ls and Cellars, Fresno, Calitoriiia 


WM R I.N NIK. Manachb *" '"" ^ 



12 



PACIFIC WINE AND SPIRIT REVIEW. 



I On the Wine Situation 



>;'i^iriS*#r»;»»7»*?M5*J^'»^'^»?»»^«l**#t'»5'<»»»f»»;i 



i;.<i;i;/iS'i5«Jf>.Vi;Vi5^"riii'i»i.>/ttS>;V'S^^ 



SI NCi: tin- |ilciis:iiit lijiliiiv (liivs of tlic jiiiliimii of \'.H)7k 
\tA\v i.:issi'(l. wlu'ii till- jir;i|Ms wi r<' u;i( licr<Ml iiiid Ikr 
iiiiisl r;iii into llic \;ils, ;i i:ii;ii (lc;il lias Ipccm (Iciihmi- 
s(ralc(l Id llic California wiiif imii wilii icfiTfiicc tn ihf 
|>asi year's viiilauc. The aiili(i]>aiiiiiis for a mtv Iiiiiil<'(l 
vicid ill liif dry wine districts and also in liic swcd wine 
sfctiiiiis lia\c lircn icali/.fd, more so iliaii apiirciiciidcd. 
Tlic riirtaiii lias liccn riinu \\\>, the proloiiiif to tlu' oiiciiiii);- 
of till' spriiij; trade lias lie<'ii sjiokeii and lli<- eoiiiedv or 
tra;_MMly, as llie ease may lie. can now lie incseiited to tlu? 
interested spectators. 

It was evidently not ilie iiiti'iiiion of the ••enniliined" 
firms to raise the jirice of yoiuiL; w ines, lint tlu'ir aim was 
to keej) it within the hoiinds of last year's valnatinn; liow- 
evi'r the horse was sironiicr than I lie driver and iitit away 
with the cart. A consideralile demand for the jiood cellars 
had spriiiii; up from many indeiiendent (|uarters and very 
soon the liest cellars in the various dry w ine distri<-ts were 
jiiircliased at leasunaldy advanced jirices, coniiiellini; the 
"Ti-nst" firms to jiay as much as ilie niarkel value and to 
even "do a little liefter" in some instances, hecanse their 
oliject to control the availahle snjiply was manifest to all. 
The condition now c.xistin.iL;, at llie end of -Innnary. ]ire- 
senls the nnusual circumstance thai all the desirable cel- 
lars in the novtliern section have lieen secured liy llie 
trade, an<l the jirices ]iai(l in exceptional cases went as 
liii:li as !'.■> cents at ilie viiievard. 

A tireat many cellars wai-raiiled a more liiieral invest- 
nieiit ; they showed rare ,nid iin]iiccedrnled merits, 
smoothness and richness, iirilliani color and L;ood, even 
splendid fermentation, which means excellent keepini; 
(|ualitii's. Thin, insipid wines, such as llie year I'.KIl 
yielded in (|naiitit ies. were very scarce this year; some few 
cellars, exceptionally, showed faulty fermentation, and il 
would he a lilessinu if they would tiiid their ultimate way 
to the distillery. 

The |M!wer and iulliiiiiie of the coiiceni rated wine in- 
tti-ests in ( "aliforuia are plainly demonstrated by the fact, 
that in sp.iie of cousideialily higher prices paid for the 
wines. selliuL; values have not been advanced materially. 
It is true ili.it a material increase in the ]irices would 
somewhat check the distribution, and it may possibly be a 
jiidici(!us tliinj,^ not to adv.MUce prices too ri/.'idly at once 
on account of a shortafic dnrin<>- one vintaiic. 

If a continuation of small oro]»s should be ex])erienced 
it would uainrally nei-essilate an advance in prices. Mow 
(piickly such matters can be cliani>ed can be shown on 
the line of the sweet wine interest.s, comjiarinii' the vinta.^e 
of 1!)(I4 with the <roi) of l!t()5. Tt was (laimed that there 
was an immensi- over-]prnductiou in l!tOt, that there would 
bo sufticient sweet wines to run for Iwn years, and the 
prices were arlilii-ially forced down, so it left very little 
mariiin of jirolit for the luannfaclnirr. This year all this 
shorlajie is wipid <Mit ami sweet wines are controlled and 
held at a valnaii<n of a -■") to 30 ]ier cent advance ajjainst 
1!(04. This indiciies how incompntahle the ronditions are 
that (juickly follow each otjier. Whether Uw action of the 
ijoverumeiit by sevi nly eiiforcinji the law governing the 
sweet wiue production, had anything to do with the out- 
put, we are not ready to say. It has been asserted, that a 
great deal of the so-called sweet Mine was simply a for- 
tified product of some kind, which was neither used for 



Sherry nor I'ort, but w.-is to a great extent utilized fi 
llic si i-eicliiiig of dry wims in a most indiscriminate mai 
ncr, ihert'by iinrtiiig the iiileiests of the dry wine di 
II iris very seriously. This of comse is a vexatious que 
lion, and will some time or ollnr be taken up if it ge 
lo be a too serious o]iponent for llie l rue and vital interes 
of oiir dry w ine production in t he bay count ies. 

We can congratulate ourselves on the ]ireseul coml 
lions <d' our <'alif<u-nia wine industry. We are inakii 
progress and establishing slowly a higher n|iinion and 
belter re]Milalion for all oiir ]iroducts. \\e must slai 
shoulder to shoulder to jointly protect our interests, 
encourage the ])roduction of sujierior wines in the mo 
favored districts, and to foster the maiiitenance and int< 
ligi'ut managemeut of individual wine-makers, who segr 
gale their ]»roduct according to the varieties of graties ai 
the location of the vineyards, tlins imitating and followii 
the I ime-hoiicued customs of the successful vineyard di 
I rids of the world. The miiiimnni shi]»])ing grades in; 
be all right; liowe\('r. they will ne\er establish a re]» 
tatioii. .\ few liundred I lionsand gallons or a million gii 
Ions of ihoice, high-class. s]iecial wine will do more mi 
sionary work for the California wine industry than tl 
thirty million gallons lileiided together in giant casks at 
thrown out for the beiietit of the chea]) trade. We a: 
glad lo recogni/.e that this ]irinci]de has been fully 'a 
knowiedged b\ llie intelligent iinsellish leaders of II 
wine iiiduslr_\ in Califoi-nia. Ciiaki.ks IJi'.Niiscin'. 

President < Jundlach Itundschu A\'ine Co. 



E. C. PRIBER, President 

L. JOCKERS, SCCRETAHY 




Urn and $oitoitta 

mine gcmpany 



.VW.I*7^ 




OFFICE AND SALESROOM 

Howard and Tenth Streets 

Telephone South 792 
San Francisco, California 



PACIFIC WINK AND SPIRIT RHVIi:\V 




1 



Since placed upon the market, there is 
not a single Beer ^whosz trade upon this 
Coast has increased as rapidly as 




THE OUTPUT HAS TRIPLED IN THE LAST THREE YEARS 
AND IS STILL INCREASING AT THE SAME RATIO 

T HE REASONS ARE PLAIN: 

The proJu:tion of a California product which docs not need an Elastern repu- 
tation, which is placed upon the market side by side with any beer made upon 
its merits, and at a local price. Absolute cleanliness, purity and age, and the 
latest scientiiic methods in brewing have made it the Finest in the Land. 



K«Si£** t>r lit>ttl«*4 NN'rIto to 



Wl^DER BREWING COMPANY 



Asuri l-rtin^i*»^o, 0<il. 



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AND NOTE/. 



.Mr. .Iiisi-ph Kiiii.s, of till- 10. (i. I.viiiis ^: Kiui.s Cn., tlit* 
Well known <lisiillcrs of riiiit iti-iintlics iuii! nianiifiirtun-i's 
of fniit roiilials, «-licrii«'s iiml niiirasi liino. sliirlcd for the 
lOnsI ihirin;; the nionlli on liiisiiirs.s ronncclt-il with his hi;; 

|>|ilS|IClOUS llOUSf. 



Svil. lit'iliiiiin, joni; in the tni|>lov of r<iinin;l & <'o., rt'- 
Hi;;ni'<l ami i.s now with .Mis.si's. .lann's Levy & Uro., <'in- 
rinnati. .Mr. Ilrllinan is ont- of the < It-vcrcsl nii-n in his 
line of lai.sini'ss and willi Ihr list of ;;ri-at wliiskics carritHl 
l>y .Messrs. L«'vy & llrotlit-rs, \\k- will siin-ly nnikf a bi^ 
nn<'n'M,s. NVc umli-rslaml his irrritorv will inrlndr tin- 
Pat-ilio »lo]»«'. 



'Ilii' <'alifornia NVinf .\mw>rin(ion ixxiu**! tlirir n.sual 
ralrmlar, followin;; in tlit> lint* oT lhoM> MMit out in fornu'r 
vi-ars, naniclv. lh<- bust of a lM>antiful woman holiliu}; n 
jrlass of wine in Iht haml. iIm' luu-k);ronn<| iM-inj; iHinoln's 
of lii.scioiiH lookini: ^nijwM. It is a vrry hanilsomi' !»!«>*•<• 
of litlio;;ra|iliii- ami (•nilM(s.><4i| work, and will Im> an ornn- 
nirni to anv i>nhr. 



'I'll.' <■ .M Mann Co., oiu- of lln- Imi*c known of the Coll- 
fornia wine liousi-s, and one of tlu- hiidiTs in iIh* ilixiri- 
lull ion of lii^'li ^iradr wims in jjlas-s, mjovti! the miM«( 
|iros|M-roiis vrar in llu- history of tin- hons<-. iMirinK tin- 
last i|narii-r of the year it wum mittwii r y to work iinlil 
niiddlf of the ni;j;lit in onli-r t«» haiull*- tin- ordrnt. Tlif 
lioiisr in otflrr to ayoid tlii> ninli in tin : ' ' ' 'lay 

sca.son, will adojit nu-ans to lay in a n>' <»f 

Ixiithd ;;<mmIs. Tin- .Mann « '• - i" n«'» «-«ni 

timtl to Ihc rnili-*! Slalt-s. ' •' an- to lie 

found on ili(> Islands of the rnriflc as v tv\ and 

S<iulh .Vnirriia. Tln'y iiniki- ' m- niiii «inl 

I hints. Vino Cliianti and Tl. Imnuly. 

Marry I". IUixhI, tin tuntl i^-pr.^wnta 

livi- of Paris. .Mh-ii & «'o., of Ni-w ' 
stunt in lifr is IIm> promotion of il . 
old lirands, Ilrnnila;:<- and t>li| • 
hustling; in lln- »anir a< li^i- "M « ' 
until .Manh toih. !!•• > 
lion anil nays (hat Inuh 
and Old Crow an- ronr«-rnii|, 
(llilt ..f ImsI \. .11 ■Ttii-." -.. 
thai 

Mo>i 

n inurli InrpT tiuii 
past 



lighlN than for inn' 



14 



PACIFIC WINE AND SPIRIT RKVIP:\V. 



THE TRADE OF 1905 



WINES: — The exportation of California wines by sea for the year 1905 was of healthy volume. There were t' 
noteworthy features, the first being the marked increase in the number of cases of wines exported over the f 
ures of 1904, and the second being the fact that the total valuation of the exports for the two years varied oi 
$671.00. The figures of 1905 were 6,823 cases and 6.552,499 gallons bulk, valued at $2,392,703. In 1904 1 
figures were 4.692 cases and 6,601,985 gallons bulk, valued at $2,393,384. It will be seen that there was a comparat 
falling off in the movement of bulk wines, but at the same time there was an increase of 2,131 cases over the same ye 
However, the totals for 1904 and for 1905 were not as great as those of 1903, the total valuation of which was $2,557,2i 
A study of the tables shows a healthy growth of the Alaska trade, a large increase in Central America, as well as Haw; 
Mexico and Japan. The Philippines showed double the volume of the business of the preceding year, but the total is coi 
paratively small. 



BRANDY: — There was still another marked decrease of the exports of brandies, as compared with those of the pr 
ceding year, as well as of 1903. There was an increase in the shipments of goods in glass of more than 50 f 
cent, but a falling off in bulk goods, the total of valuation beinq; $10,000 less than similar exports last year. T 
figures are 1,014 cases and 14,351 gallons bulk valued at $23,836. The figures for 1904 were 694 cases, 35,833 gi 
Ions of the value of $33,890. An increase was shown in the exports to Alaska and New York, and falling off in those 
China, the Hawaiian Islands, Mexico, London and miscellaneous. 



WHISKY: — The whisky trade makes the best showing of the year, keeping up the splendid growth it has made 1 
some years past. Nearly every country shows a substantial gain in volume of business, which speaks much for t 
future of this branch of trade. The Alaskan business nearly doubled, and there was a heavy increase of the ca 
goods shipments to the Philippines, but a decrease of about 8,000 gallons bulk. China also took more case goods and less hi 
and the same may be said of the Hawaiian demand. The total exports by sea for 1905, were 24,486 cases, 69,099 g; 
Ions bulk, of the value of $279,869. For the year 1904 the figures were 19,323 cases, 63,037 gallons valued at $227,57 
This is a most healthy growth and the exporters have every reason to be not only satisfied with it, but proud of it. 



BEER: — There is little to state of the movement of beer to foreign ports. The value of exports was several thousai 
dollars less than those of 1904. The totals were 16,942 packages bottled, and 12,495 bulk, the value being $141 
410. In 1904 the fioiures were 13,295 packages bottled and 8,077 packages bulk valued at $152,306. In tl- 
branch of exports there has been a falling off since 1903. 



M 



ISCELLANEOUS: — The manifest value of exports shows a comparatively large increase. The total was $181,59 
as against $1 53,799 in 1 904, and $1 21 ,773, in 1 903. 



EXPORTS OF WINES 



Year cudinf; December 31, I'lOS. 

Destination. Cases Oals. Wk. 

To Alaska tsl\> 'J..V2'J 

" British Columbia 2s:', 22,Jflr) 

" Central Amerira 1,413 ^iji.i'Jl 

'• Cblua lU 35,733 

" Hawaiian Islands .. . 2,040 fjj'J.137 

" Japan 163 89,262 

"Mexico 844 72,655 

" New York (via 

Horn and Panama) 24 5,254,123 

" Philippine Islands.. 68S 4.410 

"South America 105 29,246 

" Tahiti 2 2S,097 

" AH other countries. .. 330 85,550 

Total 6,823 6,562,499 



Value 


In 1904^ 

Destination. 
To British Columbia 

" Central America 

" China 


Cases. 
385 

1,017 
91 

1,507 
143 
638 

12 
202 
31 

304 
302 

4,692 


Gals. Blk 
25,00i 

197,727 
40,230 

584, .501 
62,067 

102,970 

5,427,379 
2,161 
19,428 
38,935 
6,486 
88,432 

0,601,985 


Va 


lue 


In 1903— 

Destination. 
To British Columbia 

" Central Ameiica 

" China 


Cases. 

507 
1087 

189 
1,898 

189 

579 

48 

250 
S8 

205 

5,100 


Gals Blk. 
22.476 
151,641 
36,174 
463.190 
42,788 
86,191 

5,918.750 

5.354 

27,026 

49,394 

114,810 

6,917,797 


Vail 




















" Hawaiian lilands 

" Japan 

" Mexico 






" Hawaiian Islands 

•' Japan 














" New Yoik (via 

Panama and Horn) 
" Phiiiiipine Islands ... 

" South America 

" Taliiti .... 

•• Alaska 

' All oilier countries... 

Total 






" New York fvia 

Panama and Horn) 

" Phlli|»i)ine Islauds 

" South America 

•' Tahili 

" All oilier countries. . . 

Total 















































»2,393,384 


*2,557,2 


2,392.703 







PACIFIC WINE AND SPIRIT REVIEW. 



15 



EXPORTS OF BRANDY 

Year ending December 31, IDOJ. 



l>e*llD>tlon. 

To Alatk* 

•' Dritlati ColumbU 
" LVntr»l Aniciic*. .. 

• Cliln* 

" HkwiiUn ItUodt.. 

" J«|>aD 

" Mriiro 

•• New York 

■* Plilllpplne Iilands. 

" Hoiitb AmerUa 

" London 

" All oilier couiilrle*. 



Case* 

83 

16 

14 

108 

SOS 

iU> 

SO 



Qalt. DIk. 

1.-.>UI 
1S7 
SOS 
ISS 

1.3M 
117 
31» 

3.5S5 
374 
161 

S.300 
312 



Japan VSh 8.«|7 

Mriico 1,773 8.7*7 

Pblllpploe lalanda... 3,431 l,U'i 

Soulb America. 4W 200 

Tallin IB 

' All olbcr couotriea... 87V 

Total 18,480 



1.087 
4ft,4i7 



EXPORTS OP BEER. 



Year 



ending l>eiriiil 
PkK«. Hold 



Total. 1,U14 

llNll- 

Ucatlnallou. Ca^ea 

Alarka a* 

BrltUb ColumbU ... 8 

Central America 29 

Cblna laa 



14.8S1 t23.8:» 



Gala BIk. 
8UV 
II 



Oeallnalloo. 

To Alarka ;'4U 

" DrIlUb Columbia. .. 1 

" Cenlial America 'Jit 

•• China 8.7fl« 



r .11. ll>.6. 

rki;« lllk 



Hawaiian lalaoda.. 

Japan 

Mexico 

rhlllpplne Itlaodi. 

New York 

London 

All otber count rtea. 

Total 



306 



160 

4,030 

5. 712 

887 

TU 



1803- 

Daallnallon. 

DritUb Cularobla 

Central .\merica 

Cblna 

Hawaiian Ulanda 

Japan 

Mexico 

New York (rla 

Panama and Horn^. 
Pbllippine Inland! .. . 

Soulb America 

All otber counlrlea 

Total 



Caaea 
10 



2.»a 
16,710 
3.8SS 



i.a.'S 

700 
K29 

12.016 

8tf 
66.8U6 

7i,5)« 



»47,0'M 



Hawaiian Itlandt . . . 

Japan ... 

Mexico... 

I'bilippliir lalandi. 

8outli America 

Tahiti 

All otber counlrlea. 



3.&I6 

17 

173 

7.7WI 

»7 

25:j 

174 



am 

1I,6«'J 



(U-NPRAL IISCPLPANEOUS 
PXPORIS— Ucmi/ct! 



Total 18.IM1 

In 1004— 

Dcalinallon. Pkga. Dot'd. 

To Alaska I7j 

" Central America. . . Kit 

'• Cblna 1.685 

■' Hawaiian Islands ... 4.201 

•■ Japad ISO 

■■ Pbllippine IMands... 3,7.'2 

" Tabili 1<kJ 

" All otber countries. .. 2.S3V 

Total 13.2«i 

In 19u:l- 
Dc.'tlnatiuu. Pk|;«. Dot'd. 

To China 8.423 

" Central America 477 

" Hawaiian lalanda U,VS0 

'* Japan ... SIO 

• Mexico 10« 

■■ Pbllippine Islands. . 7,143 

" Soulb America 107 

•• Tablii 3t» 

" All otner countriea... Ii02 



I2,4tfj 9141.410 



PkKs Ulk. 
Sll 



3.017 
3 4Ut 



S.Om 



Pke«. BIk. 



p:xpoR'r> oi- wMisKN . 

Vcar cudiui; Ditcmttr 31. i'.Vi. 

I>catlnatlun. Case* Oais. Ulk. Value 

ToAlanka 1.7SU 31.414 

■ tlrill^h Columbia... . 172 310 

•' Ceotfal America 4,UM S.SOn 

•• Cblna ttti a.S«7 

•■ Hawaiian lalanda ... *i.363 23.78U 

•• Japan 1,371 3.014 

"Mexico .... 2.»8 8 373 

'■ Pbllippine lalandi... 6.70J 8,711 

" Bout b America 278 310 

'■ All otber rountrlea . I3S 

Total 34.4M1 60.000 8270.860 



Iul8(N- 

Doliuallon. Caset 

To Alaaka 623 

■■ Brllinh Columbia.. . .163 

" Central America S,SiS3 

•■ China. 1.40J 

■■ Hawaiian laiaiMla.... 4.764 

" Ja|ian 8S(3 

•• Mexico J,8I8 

'■ Pbllippine lalanda ..3 003 
'- Month Amcrloa .... 100 
" .\ll olbrr rounlrirs . 813 



Total 83.67l» 



Cuani|>aiiiiv . 
Value fberrles in M. 

(■' ' - 

y 

<i 

OrapeJi: 

Oinjcer .K 

8113 t06 Liciuors 

Mineral Water 
Malt Exirail 
Value Prune Juice.. 

. . ... Rum 

l:...k >i>.l !'.>. 



.Sai.-apsrllla.. 
Tomato Noclar 
VernoBiii 
Wood a: 



1,820 •2U,UU 




I0.S 



68,107 ' »»T,»T6 



III luJ- 

Deatination 

To BiilUh Cidurobia 
" Central America 

•• China 

- Hawaiian I«land< 



Cases aala BIk 

a^t 4» 

StOtf 8.143 

Mil 814 

7,4t4 - •.*• 



EXPORTS ."VIISCELLANEOUS. 
WINES AND IJOIORS. 



Year endlne December 31, 1903. 
IxMinatlon Caaea PkR Btk Qal. Value 

ToAla.ka 1,181 31 l.OW 

■' Briti«b Columbia .160 k «i 

•• Central America.. iX 

• Cblna. 4,610 <- 

•■ Hawaiian Islands * '■>■ 

'■ Japan 

" Meiico 

" Phlllpplna lalandt . -. 
■• South America 3"<: 

■■ All otber count rtea ^l^J 

Total 19.747 •,a7» tU.Ua ttsi.ti' 

In lUOI- 

Daallnatlun Cases Pkg BIk Oal ^ 

To Alaska «« «1 I.SII 

■■ BrIlUh ColumbU.. iV7 4 .'■'' 

•• Central Araitic*.. M9 41 I. 

•• China. I.98I 9t I « 

•• Bawalian IsUod*. S.01I '' 

•• Japan II.»"J 

•• M»»lco . \ yj^ 

'• rblllppinc lslan<l< 

" HoBlb Aavrlra 

•• Tahiti . . . 

•• All otber 

Total . . 



•MI4M 



IMPOKIS NMSfS \M) I IQl OKS 



Kg* KIklti. 
NO M 



16 



PACIFIC wixp: and spirit rp:view. 



ABSINTIIK. 



Ill 1905. 
•• li«». 

•' ifloa. 



MINERAL WATERS. 



In 19W 
•■ I'JOt. 
" I'lnn. 



Cases 


Dblt. 


lO.SOO 


165 


12.-.'S6 


110 


s nas 


115 



WINE. 



MISCKLLANKOUS. 
In ia05— Ariicles Coses rkgs. I 



LIQUORS. 

C»se« 

In I'M-i 4 2J2 

•• IWM l,n'21 

•' 1903 T'J5 



-'.fil5 In 1905. 5.133 541 



C«8U9 Dbl8. Csks. Qr. Calls. Oct. Kgs. niids. Qrs. Ai|iiavit 155 



3,331 
■.'.ft-O 



1904 5.002 357 
1908. 3,843 S37 



634 
724 
451 



120 
24 





WHISKEY. 




Cases Bbls. Csks. 


In 1905.... 


... 17,550 1,H03 122 


" 1W)4 


... 17,7.'?2 1,691 471 


" 190").... 


... 9,167 8,181 22U 



VERMOUTH. 



Amur ricon 1,175 

Co){nac -. 642 

^ '■ '" .' Benedictine 25 

J5 .. 18 31 (.jj^r 12P 

Cordlala 105 

Eaude Vie 5 

Frull Juice 24 

Fernet liranta 3.880 

Qeiievu 50 

Oin^'erAle 420 

Octs. Hhds. Qrs. Klrbcliwasser 70 

119 10 .. K-uinmel C02 

174 13 s M'ineurs 76 

.„, . o I'uiicU 90 

=**>! 5 2 jt„„ 69 

Sake 

Bpirils 958 

Sarsaparllla 

Total 8,466 



sks. t!»fe8 

10 In 1905 22.8S;j 

108 '• 1904 30,753 

•■ \\vi:>, 1S.113 



Ceks. 
20 



Caeca 

Grand Total Imports during 1905 were.. 106 739 

1904 •• ..102,313 

19i):i " .. 71,734 



THE MINERAL WATERS OF AMERICA. 



Eunoi: Wi.vi: ami Si'iiiir Ki:\ii:\v: — Anicricaii ^lincral 
Watirs ;iiv sii]iiil;iii1 inu rmcioii iiiiiicriil Wiilcrs tn 
such an extent tliat iiotwitlislandini; llic urcallv iiu Teased 
jjeneral consniiiptidn diirin.o llie i^ast live yeais, iiaiiorla- 
tions of foreijiii waters lias imi increased |ir()](()rti()nali v 
willi tlie increased deiiiaud, Iml en liie contrary, liave 
sliow 11 a faliin>r off. 

'riii'ic is iioiKJ reason for sin-li a condilioii existini;', tlie 
|iariiriilar iiue lieini; tlial .\nicriean iniiicrai water drinlv- 
ers have It-arned from ex|ieiieiiee and through tlie dicta- 
tion of tiieir own jiahites that we liave waters in tliis 
country tliat are tiie full e(|iial of, and in some instances 
superior to many of the imported brands, and while one 
will always find some faddist thai won't drink anything in 
either waters or wines unless tiic bottle bears an imported 
label; ynii will lind in liie majority, tlie loyal .Vmerican 
citizen who won't drink anylhin.ii ihat does carry an im- 
])orted iabel. It is i;ciierally .some .Mr. or .Mrs. Cotrox 
t^tiiek that insists upon the imported article. We will not 
};o any further for an exani]de than our <iw n delicious Cali- 
fornia wines and brandies, which bolllid li\ iinscrupulous 
dealers, and bearini; a fureion label are iiceeiited as an 
inijiorted article. 

'I'll is may be a .i;<>od t hi an for < "alitor nia and ii may not — 
sim]d_\' a ipiestioii of ima.^inat ion, that is in my o]iinion — 
but it surely ])roves that there are some ])eople and quite a 
•iood many at that, who insist upon drinkiiii; an article that 
is iin])orled; that is all they seem to consi<ler. The same 
statement a]ii«lies to olive oil that is orown and made in 
Calil'oriiia, and wliicli we know is cxiiorted, rcshi])])ed and 
accejited aoaiii in tiiis eountry as an imported article at 
an enormously advanced ]irice. I'^urthermore a similar 
allegation ajtjdies to mineral waters that are imported, 
for they are demanded in many instances simply because 
thej are imjiorted, and in the writer's o]tinion it is not 
quality that counts, but instead the imaginary ma.gic of tlie 
word "imported" with many ])eople counts for much. >Vell, 
for those who mii>i have the imported ])ackage, regardless 
of what its contents may be, there is no doubt but what this 
country will continue inii>orting a sufHcient (|uantity each 
year (o supi)ly the demand, although, as stated at the be- 
ginning of this article the statistics show that the con.sump- 



tinii of foreign mineral waters is giailiially growing h 
each year. 

\\ aiikeslia, Wisconsin, has attained a wcu-ld-wide re] 
tati<in r<ir the ]mrily and excellent ipialities of its wate 
and while there are a nninbcr of springs located the 
there are only two thai have ac(piireil an internatioi 
re])iitatron ; these twn being Hethesda and White Ko 
Both of these splendid waters can be found in nearly ev( 
tirst-class hotel, cafe, liar and dining car in the ('nit 
States and also on the .\tlantic and Pacific Oceans' b 
passenger boats, in addition to being used as favorite ta 
waters in the majorily of our best homes in the land. 

To I?etliesda we lia\'e to give the credit of being i 
"Pioneer of American Waters;" the merit.-; of this wi 
derful spring having been discovered in ISdS, iiearl.\' to 
years ago, although history' tells lis that the Indians 
many years i)rior to the year mentioned, availed Ihemsel 
of its life-giviii.g (jualities. Its fanu- since then ha-; sjirc 
from North to South and from East to West. 

Pethesda of Waukesha, Wisconsin, has alfected man; 
marvebms cure since its discovery, and has been recogui; 
as the mineral water excelling all others in treatments 
the kidneys, liver ami even dyspepsia and nervous ])rost 
tion, and this remarkable water should not be confoiuu 
with the harmless and (>veu healthful Lithia waters, soi 
times used in its place, through lack of knowledge of t 
wonderful discovery. Bethesda lias for many years st( 
in a class by itself and has a successful record of nea 
forty years, and as a general eliminator of impurities fr 
the human system, it has, perhajis no etpial. It is an 
.solutely natural water, li.ght and agreeable to the ta 
and remarkably pure. It is bottled as it flows from .Mot' 
Earth herself, without the admixture of drugs and clie 
cals of any sort. Its chief properties arc; well recogui; 
by i)rominent authorities in the medical profession v 
unhesitatingly state it to be of incalculable benefit to fit 
using it either as table water si)arklin,g, or in its uatu 
state as it flows from the earth. 

^Vhite Rock is a more recently recognized si)ring w h 
through a wonderful .system of advertising has populari: 
itself to a greater or less extent and is looked upon a 
table water of par excellence. 

New Hampshire with its "■LoudondeiTy," New York w 



PACIFIC WINE AND SPIRIT REVIKW. 17 

(I. iir\ii," ••S;ii;ii..;iii'" aiiil " I l;ii Imtm,. \\ aiiis." NMi-jiiiia ProNisions of Scnal<ir ll»'\luirirs \c\n I'lire 

killi its ••Siall'oid ami Itullalu," T<'xas with its 'M'razv i-,., ,i i>;i| e uu .. ii. * i < i i 

.. ,,• „ , , . . .' I (»<Hl nill ^. Mrs as I lu\ Arc IntLiulccI 

Nells, (>ri-;;nii w Mil lis ••( aisil). Kixk. (alifonnu with its 

IJaill. It aii.l Shasta Wat.i-s." all ;;.. to prove iliiit ill „r,|.-r ^" '^PP'v to l.ic|ii<)rs 

o siitisfv till' most rritical roniii>issi'iir it is not iieiTssary 

o impoii foici^iii waters to this roiiiitn t.i supply the .|e See. s. That the tt-riii "liquor" hh iimhI h.-n-in kIuiII iu- 



elude all malt, viiuniN, nleoholic iiiul MpiritiioiiK lii|u. 
eoiiiliiinitiolis of llieiii ||M-<| or illteiKhtl (o Ih' iim«| 



lami that we :ire well ahle to tiike eare of at home, (trail 

he Ameriiaii waters meiitioiieil. howevi-r, ISethesda and 

A'hiie Koek stroii;;lv predominate in sii|ipl,vin<; the ;;eneral 

lemaiid, and well the.v deser\i' their patroim^e for it is '" *'f^'''*- 

(iiieeiled ilu-ie all' iio lieiier mineral watiis bottled an.v- See. !l. Thai for the pur|HiN<- of ihiH ml, aiij" article 

\\\r\;: liy aii_\liod.\ ill any i.Minliy. shall I.e deeimil to he iidillli-nitwl. 

I"i(i;ii W. Fi,.\M.i:v. ••••••••••■»• 

Waukesha, Wiseonsin. 
I" thi' cuHe of li<|nors, an article shall Im* <IiH>nif>d adul- 

We wish lo .all the attention of our rea<lei-s to lii,. new '•''">>'•<• if it eontain any aildfil iii(;riHli«>nt "fa puiHonouN or 

id. of the Sunny Hrook Mislillery Co., on jiap' .".. Sunny deleterious eharael«-r. 

{rook is nndonhtedly heiii-,' lM.ttle<l in bond more e.xlen Sueh li<|iioi-s shall Im- deenirnl niisbraii.li-.! : 

ivelv than aiiv other whiskey in the state of Keiitiiekv, ami ,,. i<- • • ii 

, spivial efToit is iK-in- made l.y the distillers to inir.Mse '" '.'■^' ' ^^ " '^ '''••'"''••' '"• '•••^- '!«'•<>. «••• ^Hisists of an 

his important l.ramh of their business eonsidenibly. by a '"'""x""'' "f diireivnl pennies of tlio sam*> li.nior, or cm- 

ilM-nil eam|>ai.u'n of ailvertisinj;. The Sniiiiy 15rook Cov 'i''"^ "r if* inix<Hl with other siibslnncw, nii«l hihIi fact ik 

■rnmeiit ISottlinji heparliiieiit is iiiii|iiestioiiably the iar;^ not |daiiily staled on the paeka^c in wliii-h siuh liqiior 

■St and best e.inij.p.d in the Inited States, and special is otlered for sale, or if the laU-l or any written or print*-*! 

laiiis are taken to turn out an exeeedin-dv neat ita(ka''e. v».if..i..,.io i :.. , •! . i • ■ ■ • • .• 

... , , , ,, • 7' , , 1 *""<"•'""''" aiiompan* in;; the paekaye in whhh siieh hinior 

fills whiskev has a strong; follow iii;j and anv ileab-r look- •.,,,. 

, ■ -, , .-. I I II III , r I , IX Ki'P' "•' *"»bl contains anv fals<' statement as lo thi" char 

ni: for a rapid and ]irohtable seller, should not fail to • ' ' """^ 

ivail himself of the sii-'estion to write the Smiiiy Hrook "''"■'■ "'" '''^* ••""ffnts "f «"«■•' pHck«;.e. or repn's.-nt« Kuch 

• isiillery t 'o. foi- iiartieiilars of their advert isiii;: projiosi- li'l'""" <<» •"' 'lie priMluct of any other country than that in 

ion. whieh it was aitiially pr>M|iie.s|. 



CHARLES MEINECKE & CO. 

314 SACRAMENTO STREET, SAN FRANCISCO 



Sole Agents Pacific Coast for 



DUFF GORDON SHERRY" 



"uur 

FROIVI DUFF GORDON A. CO . PORT ST. MARY S, SPAIN 



"SWAN GIN" 

FROM J. J. MEDER Sl ZOON, SCHIEDAM, HOLLAND 



"BooRD'S" Old Tom and Dry Gins 



FROM BOORD A, SON, LONDON, ENGLAND 



( ( 



WHITE HORSE CELLAR 

Scotch Whiskey 



ff^OM MflCKi: \ rc^ . ISIAV, SCOTLAND 



18 



PACIFIC WINE AND SPIRIT REVIEW. 



SWEET WINES AND BRANDIES 



BRANDY PRODUCTION 1905 

HEREWITH we present the official figures of the production of brandy during the calendar year 1905 with the compa 
tive statistics for the three preceding years. The production of the first district was 819,069.2. and in the fou 
district 81 .370.0. making a total of 900,439.2. The production in 1 904 was 1 ,091 ,042.1 . It was still larger in 1 9( 
and nearly one-half million tax gallons larger in 1902 than in the past year. The decrease in production amounted 
nearly two hundred thousand tax gallons, while the decrease in bonded stocks was 93,139.8 as compared with the prec( 
ing year. The transfers in bond to Eastern special bonded warehouses aggregated 653,520.9, which was also about c 
hundred thousand gallons less than the figures for the preceding year. Tax paying was considerable larger, but in the stc 
used for fortification of sweet wines the falling off was some eight hundred thousand gallons. 

These facts naturally lead to the one conclusion that the distilling portion of the industry is in very healthy conditio 



First District.... 
Fourth District. 
Total 1005 



BRANDY PRODUCED 1905. 

Tax Gallons. Tax Gallons. 

819,069.2 In 1904 1, 091,04-2.1 

81,370.0 In 1903 1,1'25,108.(; 

900,4.39.2 In 1902. 1,524,015.3 



BONDED STOCKS-BRANDY. 



Disposition of Brandy in 1905. Tax Gallons. 

Transferred in Bond to Eastern Special B.W.H 053,520 9 

Tax Paid 510,760 6 

I'sed in Fortification of Sweet Wines 2,637,007.7 

Remaining in Bond 1st District Jan. 1, 1906... 1,389,806.9 

4th " Jan. 1, 1906... 349,441.2 

Total Bonded Stock in State, Jan. 1, 190(1 1,739,308.1 

Remaining in Bond in State, Jan. 1, 1905 1,832,-147.9 

Decrease in Bonded Stock 93,139.8 



Disposition of Brandy in I9U4. 
Transferred in Bond to liastern Special B.W.H. 

Tax Paid 

Used in Fortification of Sweet Wines 

Remaining in Bond 1st District Jan. 1, 1905.. 

4th " Jan. 1 1905.- 

Total Bonded Stock in Slate. Jan. 1, li)05. ... 

Total Bonded Stock in State, Jan. 1, 1904 

Increase in Bonded Stock 



Tax Gall 

723, 7(^ 

464,0C 

3,440,95 

1,461, K 

371,28 

1,832,44 

1,702,9( 

129, 4J 



THE SWEET WINE SITUATION 

INCLUDING the December production of sweet wines in both districts the official figures show that the total product 
the calendar year was 10,717,480.88 gallons. In 1904 the production was 14,100,816.99 gallons, showing a short; 
of 2,833,336.11 gallons as compared with 1904. As will be seen by the accompanying figures the production v 
very heavy in 1903. and in 1902 the largest in the history of the industry. The output for the past year was the small 
in five years — 1901 showing only 8,503,907.87 gallons. The much talked of and dreaded surplus of a year ago, is 
longer in evidence, and the sweet wine situation is certain to develop much strength in the next few months. It is m 
than could be expected considering the conditions of the past four years. 



SWEET WINE PRODUCED 



Recapitulation— Sweet Wines Produced in 1905. 



First District. 

Port 4,189,242.68 

Sherry 2.652,980.18 

Angeiica 437,506.18 

Muscat 649,S93.99 

Malaga 8,098.89 

Tokay 



Fourth District. 

1,040,998.27 

1,475,396.35 

95,909.34 

144,000.23 

23,448.77 



Total. 

5,230,240.95 

4, 128, .382.53 

533,415.52 

793,894.22 

8,098.89 

23,448.77 



Total in 190.") 10,717,480.88 

" " 1904 14,100,810.99 

" " 1903 13 642,821.21 

" " 1902 14,590,910.82 

" " 1901 8,503,907.87 



WINE AND BRANDY RECEIPTS IN 1905. 

Wine and Brandy receipts at 5an Francisco from interior cellars during 1905. 
WlXK. 



Brandy. 

January 1,C>71, 426 gallons 29.800 gallons 

February 1589,025 " 27,075 " 

March 1,109,800 " 9,175 

April 1,133,020 " 9,825 " 

May 1,008,375 " 9,000 

June 1,043,400 " 4,075 

July 1,234,520 " 4,9.50 

August i, 364, .385 " 9,300 

September 1,303,830 " 19,675 " 



Wine. 

October 969,250 gallons 

November 1,446,030 

December 2,007,250 " 

Total 16,540,917 " 

In 1904 17,741,091 

" 1903 15,980,083 " 

" 1902 10,437,485 

" 1901 1.5,814,782 " 



Brandy. 


10,050 gall 


71,950 ' 


90,140 ' 


301,075 ' 


399,535 ' 


500,925 ' 


.591,912 ' 


417,705 ' 



PACIFIC WINE AND SPIRIT REVIEW. 



19 



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WINE. 

Prom December 35. DOS, to Jnnuar\ 



Til II \ \x \ 1 1 \ \ l> 



To Honolulu 

To Kalinhi . 

To Uonolpa 

To Kiihulul . 
To JClIo ... 



•'iiaea. 


Onllonii. 


J HI 


Zt.l** 




f.oii 




tl3 


290 


3!i.T«l 




tte.2D3 


• '.iiip». 


Gnllfins. 



Via Tiinaran: 

I^climnn & Jnro)>l 
<?un<llnch, Humlm-hu I'o 
French .\nicrloan Winp < 
California WIno AnnorlaO 
Itiillan-SwNH Colonv 
r. Schilling A ro 
Geo. Wc»l * Soil 
California Winery 
Clooco & I^jmburJl 



Til sill I'll \^ii:i(i< 



To Mania: 

r. SchllllnB & Co 

Italikn-SwJHii Colony 

To Ouayaqull: 

Maldonado & Co 

California Wine AMOclatlon 
To Salavcrry: 

Mohnn. Freae Co 

To nahia: 

California Wine Association 



S7.3H 
S7,230 
BO.OTS 
127.160 
9.97.1 

2';.o'io 

25,000 
S.ono 
3.100 

320,^46 
II11.C09 



CasoH. Gallons. 



101 
640 



n> Mill I i«ii 



ra. Gallon* 



To I- 



To Nanalmo: 

J. Coushlln 

To Vancouver 

a Frapulll 
1. l,.i.l,i 

Cl"C.-.i * (.-M 

Total 
Value 



A I»mbarili 



To DouKlaa: 



Clocco A Ix)mhnr<l! 



TO JAPAW. 



To Toklo: 

ItalluM-SwIaa Coloi, . 
To HloKo: 

California Wine Aa«o.'iii(i.>n 
To Yokohama: 

California Wine Aaaoclallon 
To Kobi-: 

Wctmore. Bow<-n i"" 
To Nasiuuikl: 

Union Wine Co.. Iri. 



Totol 



To Shanghai: 

a Foster & Co . . . 

a SchlllInK A Co.. 

A. Ropaolil 

To Tslngtan: 

Laebman ft JacobI 
To Amoy: 

Macondrv & >' ' 

Total 



TO «-|||\ \, 




S^mi/ ^miicU^i^ir 



J/a^y^rt 



We h.r- '.irgely increased our facilities for storing, handling, maturing 
and ^^ .pping our products. Wc have added considerable space, and our 
accommodations in our new "Bacchus Cellars" are simply perfect, and 
our California Wines and Brandies are as choice and well selected as 



ever. 



Gi 



ive us a cai 



Ne%x) York Office And CelUrs : 
Cor. Witts And Washington Sts. 



GlNDLAdl-IUNDSC HI WINE (0. 

434-444 Bryant St.. San Francisco 



TCLtPMONt MAIN «ni 



20 PACIFIC \V 

■i'«i >ii:\n 4>. 

Ciis. 
Til liiiayiiiiis: 

Wollmaii. I'l- k .V. <'i> 

TliannhiUis. T \- I'o 

H. KiMpolll .V C'< 

Caiiallza. 'riillancs Co 

H<rtli\ A: I.eporl 

MaUI.MUiil" .V <'i> 

\V. l.oaiza \- IV> 

To Rnscnaila: 

Slierwood .V SIhtwiuhI 

Ilalian-Svviss Colony 

Callforiila Win.- ami Uiaiuly Co • 

W.lniorr. Howi-n .V: Co 

Tluiniilia\is.-r \- Vo 

To Mazallan: 

W. l.oaiza .V: Co 

Caliroriiia Win.-ry 

Malilonado .« Co 

To Allata; 

\V. Loalza .V: Co 

I,eo. MolZKor * Co 

R Kiapolli & Co 

To Salinas Cruz: 

C. A. Hooper .<: Co =- 

Madera Vlueyard Co 2( 

To San Penlto; 

Hellmann Hros 

H. Frapolll 

Ceo. A. Moore * Co 

Italian-Swiss Colony 

Calif<irnia Wine Assoeiution 

Total ■»! 

Value 

Misii'.i.i. \m:<m s \\i\K i;vi'<»i«i's. 

Cas 
•l-o Tejral. Java; 

Italian-Swiss C.ilony 11 

To Samarane: 

C. Seliillins iV Co 

To Havre: 

I.ouis Ren ird 

To Manila: 

Italian-Swiss Colony 2! 

To Pago Pasio: 

GoldberK. How.n Co 

To Sydney: 

Italian-Swiss Colony 

Tot-.l 3' 

\-alue 

TO TAHITI. 
To Papeete: 

Freneh- \meriein Wine Co 

Italian-Swiss Colony 

California Wine Association 

Total 

Valne 



NK AND SPIRIT REVIICW. 

■Ill < T.N III \i. \ >ii:ni<- \. 

, aallons. Cases.. l!:.lloi 

To Acajnlla: 

1.211) Bortin & I.eporl 

{-,!> Loo MetZRCr * Co 

201 Ilellinann Hros ' 

l;il Crown Distilleries Co.' I* 

1 i.is C. Srhllllnn & Co 1 

T,l Ml.scellancoUH ' 

4110 To Aneon: 

California Wine A.ssoclatlon • 9,! 

:!2 l.astretto & Co ( 

Vs bacliman * JacobI !••' 

5' To La Union: 

C. Schilling & Co 1.' 

■Zl\ Laelimun H JaeobI 1 

California Wino As.s )elatr)n 

]S!) Lastrotto iV: Co H ! 

".';:[ CJeo. A. Moore & Co 1 

•'7ii To San Jose de Guatemala: 

Italian-Swiss Colony 

•>|o H. Frapolll & Co 

'.51 C. Kehillins & Co 40 1,: 

-s -l-liannliauser & Co 

Moliiis, Frese Co : 

lOij Cioceo & Loniliardi .• ' 

To La I.ibertad: 

Gundlacli. Hundselm & Co 

2011 To Champcrico: 

■>r> Gundlacli. Bundseliu & Co 1,: 

"■>0 Leo. Metzger * Co S 

:;00 California Wine As.sociation 1,1 

■ISO To Amapala: 

. Maldonado & Co 

7 00 1 California Wino Association I 

■>',;-.o C. Schilling & Co 

To C.rinto: 

'■• ''■ili""'~- -p,, iiu.nav.nlura: 

.\. H.-psold 

C. Scliilling 

jcn To Puenta Arena: 

^''" C. SfliiUinK & Co 

1-" Total 76 22. 

Value J8. 

■••• Bn.\M)V. 

Cases. Gallo 
••■■ TO CKXTHAI, AMKHlr.V: 
,„^ L.o MetZKer & Co 1 

"'"' Ci-.iwTi Distilleries Co 2 

c. Shilling * Co 

tlOh ,,,,, ||\\V\II\\ ISLANDS 57 

?.jO, .j.,, j\|>\\: 

W.lMior.-. Howcn & Co 5 

TO >1I<;.\H:0: 

lo:! Miscellaneous 11 

l.ii.'iO A. Vig-nier Co 10 

1 .232 Sherwood it Shcrwond 5 

.'..315 Tnt.ll . . !'l 

$1,160 Value $ 





piSTILLEKS 

BujeGkass 



Iand Madl^ * ♦ 
* SourBash Whiskey. 

Jessan^iOeCo. 



BOURBON 1^ 

E.J.CURLEY&.CO. 
iessamine: c 




Tliese AVhIshirs arc made in tho Famous '• r.LVE OliASS JtFGIOX" so 
Justlij celebi iCrd as the home of the /tiiesl ^yhiskies in the World, and 
vhich have btin jor the last Centurij, recognized as such, ijiving the chaV" 
\i,- acter and hiijh sliniilhig to KEyTVCKY WHISKIES uhich ;hey no u- en Jo i/. 



THESE FAMOUS WHISKIES CAN BE HAD IN LOTS TO SUIT THE TRADE 



PACIl-lC WINE AND SPIRIT RHVIEW 



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BRANDY PRODUCED 

OFFICIAL REPORTS 



FIRST DISTRICT— Month of December, 1905. 

Tax Gals 

Produced and bonded 190,800.9 

Received from distillery. Fourth District, California 21,364.0 

Received from special bonded warehouse. Fourth District, California 

Transferred from distillery to special bonded warehouse, Eastern districts 8G, 493.1 

Transferred from special bonded warehouse to special bonded warehouse, Eastern districts 17,464.7 

Exported 50.4 

Tax-paid 41,540.0 

Remaining in bond December 31, 190.') 1,389,866.9 

FOURTH DISTRICT— Month of December, 1905. 

Tax Gals. 

Produced and bonded in this district 43,131.2 

Transferred from distillery to special bonded warehouse, First District, California 13,386.4 

Transferred from distillery to special bonded warehouse, Eastern District 5,247.1 

Transferred from special bonded warehouse to special bonded warehouse. First District, California 

Transferred from special bonded warehouse to special bonded warehouse. Eastern District 6,233.5 

Exported 

Tax-paid 5,881.8 

Remaining in bond, December 31, 1905 349,441.2 



SWEET WINE PRODUCED 



FIRST DISTRICT— Month of December, 1905. 

Pkgs. Tax Gals. 

Brandy withdrawn from distillery for fortification 127 17,054.1 

Brandy withdrawn from special bonded warehouse for fortification 75 3,960.1 

Brandy actually used for fortification 160 18,698.5 

Wine Gals. 

Port produced 2,367.62 

Sherry produced 77,651.99 

Angelica produced 

Muscat produced 

Tokay 

Total sweet wine produced in December, 1905 80,019.61 

FOURTH DISTRICT— Month of December, 1905. 

Pkgs. Tax Gals. 

Brandy withdrawn from distillery for fortification 102 17,826.3 

Brandy withdrawn from special bonded warehouse for fortification 204 17,753.6 

Brandy actually used for fortification 244 32,056.6 

Wine Gals. 

Port produced 59,418.71 

Sherry produced 76,966.49 

Angelica produced 

Muscat produced 

Tokay 

Total sweet wine produced in December, 1905 136,385.20 



PACIFIC WIiNE AND SPIRIT REVIEW. 



2:{ 



The Popularity of Wuntler lieer. 



IT must nrtaiiily l)e j,'ralifvinj; lo iln- iiiaii> frifiuls o( 
the WumlfT Uruwiiij; Cniiii»;my to watch the sli-ady and 
rapid iiictn-ast' of tht-ir tratlf ihroujjhout the coast. 

Om- cannot but help noticing the increu.sin;^ demand 
fur tlieir famous product if one sliouhl judjie by the num- 
litT of sijjns that are rapidly fjoin;; up at the eutninces of 
many of the prosperous ^jroceries and tirstcla.s.s saloons 
of this city. This is also true in the country, and 
there are now liut few towns indeed wlierc Wiindrr lieer 
is not well and favorably known. 

.V reporter of the I'.vciKic \Vi.\i-: .v.nd Si-iitrr Ki;vik\v 
ralltil on .Mr. John V. Wunder, the genial managi-r and 
I'nsident, the other day in order to ascertain the .secret 
uf I heir success. 

• rerseverance ami personal attention to all departments 
of our business was i>ur first stepping stone to succt'ss," 
he s;iid. "It was a hard one to set, but things came easier 
after that. I arrive<l in San Francisco about six years 
ago. practically unknown, purcliasitl the present site of our 
Itn-wery. entirely remodelleil it after (he latest successful 
Kastern methods, and a.ssociatetl with m\self as my jtarl 
ner .Mr. J. .V. Hieronimus, a brewinaster of vast e.\p<Ti- 
ence and practical knowledge, aiul then went to work. 

''Mr. Hieronimus gives all his time and personal atten- 
tion to every stage of manufacture, lie pi-rsoually se- 
lects and purcha.ses every grain of malt and every p(Uind 
of hops, the l>est that money can buy. Fvery dro|» of be<'r 
is bi-iwcil under his wiitrliful eve. and not ;i li;in-i-l of lini- 



baves our plant that !ia« not hud hiH jm-i-v,,.! ■! »ni,. n Inion. 
lie s4'fH to it that the brewery ih um cI> um* 

wife's kitchen, that every eawk, kettle ai.., „. „ , . ImhI, 

scoured and cleauatl ucain and apiiu. That ia why uur 
Imit is »o gtxxl. 

"I give my time and ultention to the penMinal inaiuiK<- 
ment of iMir euteqiriKe. I am [MTwinally act|uaiuta><l with 
every customer that we have. I see to it pentunally that 
he is well and courimuxly tniiti-d liy our it- ■ ' ■ fhat 

his wants are promptly lille<l, and that \\ i- ia 

constantly kepi U-fore the public, and Uiut ih n h v we 
sell our Imxt. 

"Tile n-sidts speak for theniRolveH. Our buainntH han 
increased more rapidly than any other breuery on th)> 
coast. We have agi-ncies in all the lai . .md Ihry 

are prosperous. We exjHM-t to keep •. ■ ami we 

will use our best personal endmvors i.i v.>>i> iM-fori' the 
pultlic in the future as in- the past, a JMfr wIkhm- purity 
and excellence will beitune a hou!M-ho|d word wlicn-ver 
intr<Mluce<l." 

No IJquors on k!c>iular I'ullinan Car.^. 



Till; rullman < 'ar Company, actualetl by nnmrron* rom- 
|ilain(s, has promulgate«| a rule pro|iil)i- '.-nf 

drinks to pa.s.sengers not iHcupying »<'ats in i If 

you are on a biitTet car you iiin sjitisfy your ihin«t, but if 
you are on a car which hasn't a bullet you are no longer 
privilegeil to lean back in your seat and order a highhall 
fr.iiM ibi- iMiif.-r. 




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BOTTLE CAPS 



\iiniial Inventory showing a greater variety of Stock Caps than 
really necessary- 

We will close out fifty varieties at SPECIAL PRICES. 

The caps are imported front \ettcr, \icnua. and this is a guar- 
antee of quality. 

Complete description and prices on appHcatiou— samples also. 

You need caps — save some money. A postal card does it. 



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Till", Inllowillu item lliis lircil llo.llill- lirnimd («y \Ur 
|i;isl l'nrllli;^lil liascd (III ;l rcrl;lili il(ii>inn nl llir Sii 



Iowa Supreme Court Decision Does Not Affect Text of the Free Alcohol Hill. 

Bona 1-itlc C O. D. Shipments. 

The sii.alicil lax r\ciii|il imi liill nf alrulinl was iiitn 

hirr.l in CiiiuiTss \>\ the llmi. W. A. Caldci-licad nf Kai 
•as, on hcccinlii I- |:'., Put:., and rdciiTd In iIm- Cnniiiiilh 

in-iiiir ("nnri of Iowa: nn Wavs and .Means. Il liiars llic niiiiiln'r "ll. K. 707!) 

••li is illegal hi slii|. li.|U..r inlu l«i\\a ( '. ( >. D. and llif and prnvidcs: 

]nir«liasci-s can al'Iciward it'cnvci- llif iiinncy llicy paid See. I. — Thai on and al'liT liic jiassauc of lliis .Vcl ii 

fur llic lii|Mi!i-. Tliis niliin; is cinliodird in a dirisioii inicrnal ir\i-iinc lax shall lie levied or (-(dlecied on elh; 

Ili;ide li\ llie Iowa SlIplTliie Conrl in the rase of -lolin aleolml n|' doineslie Ivlodlicl ion wllirh has heell relldelM 

liamilion ai;ainsi a luewinu e |';iii.v of .Milwaukee. The nndiinkalde > r iinlii for use as a heveraue. |ii-ior ht will 

toiiii holds lliai llie lirewery inusi reinin •'<r.,(l(l(l |iaid lor diawal rmni disiilhiy hondid warehonse. 

hicr slii|iited lo llaniillon in Linn ("oiinty, ('. ( ». I>.. the ■•Sec. 1'. — The ( "(iniiiiissioiiei- of Inlernal Kevciiiie, wit 

cinirl holding ihis a violalion of llie niiilcl law." llie ai>|n-oval <d' llic Secretary id' llie Treasury, shall jir 

The alio\e is an iiicorrcci detlnerniii id' ihe |iress as In sei ilie llie necessary re|.:nlal ions lo carry lliis .\cl inl 

the scojie of the decision. eriVcl. 

The fads (d' llie ca-e are thai dohn llaniillon. wlio had "See. :'. — Thai any pel-son, or p^M-soiis, who shall re 

lieeii acl iiiii' as a.n<'ni al I >es .Moines, Iowa, for ihe Sclilil/. lify or |>iirify elhyl alcohol whiili has heeii reniovcd froi 

lirewiiiii' Coiiiiiaiiy. (>( .Milwaukee, (■iitercd siiil under ihe dislillery waichnuse free of lax, under llie provisions ( 

Iowa niulci law lo recover over S."), 011(1 from the hrewiiii;' I his .\el, so as lo reiiiov c or s( paratc t licrcfroiii hy any pr 

coinpanv which he had illegally paid out. The shijmiciits cess whalivcr Ilie snlislance, iv sulistaiices, which lia\ 

liad lieeii inadei". < >. j)., lull were not lioiia lide, as Ihe lieeii added I herelo for Ihe purpose of rendering: such el h; 

hrcwiiiji ciiiuiiaiiy luusi have had know lediL':e that llaiiiillon alci hoi nndrinkalde or milil lor use as a lievera;4e, slia 

(lid not iiiiiKivt thai eiii>iniiuis ainouiil id' lieei- for his own en conviclion lie sulijecied lo a tine of nol less than ti\ 

]>ersonaI use but to resell a^aiii in I he Slale of Iowa w liidi hundred dollars nor more lliaii five tiiousaiid dollars, an 

was an iliciiaf jjiirjiosc. he iin]irisoncd not less than six niontiis nor more than tlirt 

'I'liere is noihini: in ihe decision which all'eds genuine years." 

('.(». 1 >. shipmeiils id' lii|Uor into Iowa from housi s (Uilside Tlie ])riiieipal o])]i(isition to lliis liill comes from tl 

ihe Slale and iiiiended for consuni]il ion of ihe parlies or- Wood Alcohol Trusl. ll i< insidred hv sordid ;ind seltis 

dcrin.n- the li(|Uor, and mil fur resale. The interstate com- molives, nllcrly re.iiardless of the ].ulilic welfare. 
merce law acts as a har in smh cases auainst interference 
liy local aulhorilies, and il is lo hreiik Ihis jirolcdion that 

iheirohihsareso insisieiit on ihepassa.-eof Ihe iiepiiurn- Sunday Closing Promotes Drunkenness. 

])olliver hill, which seeks to make all shi|imeiiis of li(|uiirs 

from outside llie Stale ihai lerminale in ]iroliil>il ion Icrri- O-^^^"' /'"'/' '"^'"/'■>'' "•' .Minneaj?iilis : I'olice records slio 

tory suhjcd lo the Slale and local la ws.— 1/ /'-/rrv. '^ "'"I 177 arrests were niaiie for drunkenness dnrinij; tl 

„^^___^^^^.^_____^_^______^^^___^^____^__ monih if Xovcinlier this year, as iii;ainst 2(i(i for the san 

offense in 11)04, and still our saloons were closed every Sni 
day diirinii the monlli. Can Ihe mayor acconnt for tlii> 
I low is his moral reform wave makinf^ converts or iiiipro 
iiiii our cil V? 



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CHAMPAGNES 



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San Jose, California 



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Siebe Bros. & Plagemann Find Healthy 
Business. 

Till-: vt';ii- I'.Mir. \\;is ufiii'ijillv s|M;ikiiiu :• sjil isfactDrv 
(iiu- to tlic liiiunr ii-a<lc as a wlmlc. lii sdiiu' districts 
advt'isi" l('>,Mslatiou inailc tiatlc coiiditioiis soiiu'what s(riu- 
"ii'iit, still the balaiuc with the most of the trade was on 
the riflht side of the led^jer. At least we jiidf,re that to be 
tile ease from our own cxpcrifiire. Tlmuuh we moved from 
our old established location m nui mw and ii|i I o-date pres- 
ent i|uarters our business has been all iliai wciiinld reason- 
ably ask. In fact a bij:; year, showing a uiai il'.v inii increase 
over the ](revious season, while colled ions iia\i' been nni- 
fornd.v uood with losses slight. 

We have found an increasinii; demand for the tiiier i|uali- 
ties of floods part ieiilaily in California bi-andies, the sales 
of hijjh <rrade case yoods especially show iiiu a healthy in- 
crease that bespeaks a more ij;eneial use of them. \\r ac- 
i|nired several new aiicncies during; the year, notably that 
of the Hrunswick l{ye and Tiourbon \\hisky, a jtrodncf the 
i|naliiy of which we can conscientiously rec(uumend. \\'ith 
the liberal rains of the ]>ast few weeks have come assur- 
ance of a fjood crop season, and fioui all sections of the 
coast the outlook as reported by our travelers is most fav- 
orable for all lines of business, and we look forward for 
another prospenuis season in lOOt! foi' the wine and liquor 
trade. Sii;r,i: Uitos. & Fl.xoemanx. 

Sim Fniiirifico. 



Percy Horgan in Washington. 



AIHSI'.\'I'CI1 liom \Vashin;;toii. says: The eiitii 
California delejiation has had a conference with Pen- 
T. .Morgan, jiresidenl of the California Wine Associatioi 
rejiardiuff the proposed amendments to the e.Kisliiifj; law 
rejiulating the sweet-wine industry. A draft of the d< 
sired amendments was read and explained by J[or>j;an an 
a bill was introduced by I{e])resentative Needham in ai 
cordance with the wishes of the California men. I'ndi 
the rule of the internal reveiuu- bureau, ijrape brand 
cannot be used loi- loii itication of sweet wine, and the re-^i 
lations require the immediate removal of brandy u.sed fc 
fortifying purposes from the distillery to tlie fortifyin 
room, thus placin<;- the distiller in j(H)pardy for a tax i 
case of fire. The distillers are anxious to be relieved froi 
this tax liability. The Ccnnniissioner of Internal Revenii 
has advised the California Wine men that he cannot sui 
]ieiul the reft'ulations any lon}i;er and relief must be ol 
tained from (Congress. It is now proposed to press the bi 
for amendment of the law, and th(> California delegatio 
will then use its influence with the Commissioner of Ti 
ternal IJexcnne to make rejiiilations accordinglv. 



The city council of (Jrand Kajiids, Mich., has jiassed a 
ordinance limiting saloons to police beats. This will coi 
centrale the saloons nearer the middle part of the city. 










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Local Retail Trade Was Prosperous. 



Ii:is liccii pill niii i>\' Inisiiicss I'nr srvcnil vcai-s lo cun 

Tllis is Mlinllli r cillisc Idl- riiiminllll.llinli. 

( '<;lil r;irv m llic iisiliil \\;i\ (he Ni-w \t:\i n|(cncil ii|> 

:i \i'i_\ in-uiiiisiii;; iiiiiiiiicr. imi (iiih\ in llic li(|iinr Ir.u 

lull ill iii;iiiy oilier rcitn.-icMliil i\c lints of Inisiiicss. '!" 

iciiiiirkiililc Tiijiid fimwlli of llic citv. llic ^rc;il increase 

hniiist and (.(licr Iravcl ami llic general iiros|ieril.v of I 

Sialc, all jioinl to llic iicsl nf limes in. I <nil.v in r.KH;, 1 

,, ■ , !■ for years lo conic. 

DKTAll. dialers of San liaiicis.o have no cause lor • 

In coiiiidainl as lo llic rcsiill of llic hiisiness of li)(ir>. 

The K |>i( scntalive liouscs were i|iiile ]iros|>cr(nis, and sonic (\)]. E. I,. Wauner, of llie I'l-css. 1.") Third street, eiijov 

laryclv incieascd llie vidiinic of business over that of the the same liond. old regular hiisiness diiriiiii the past ye: 

]irecediii;; \car. '1 here is a Iciidcucy anioiii; sonic classes His har is one of Ihc prize saloons in San I'lancisco, hei 

<d" llie li'adc |o coniplaiii of \arioiis supposed evils, liul only a few shps froni llial i:i-. al liiuiiway, .\laikel st re 

they know iiol whereof ihcy sptak and siionld he coiilciil and in the licaiM of Niwspapci- llow. .\si<lc from llie<;<i 

to lake what is coniinii lo ihcni and lo use ihe slani:- ex- ihiin;s liial can he had ai llic liar, liic |da<-c is a verital 

]ii(ssion "saw wcod." They liavf no hiuh license lo de|.lctc nuiseiini, llie cidhclicn of |iiriiii-cs and eni-ios, etc., hei 

their hank accoiinl, ihc_\ ha\c no liiuli lici-nsc conihined one of Ihe tincsl in ihccily. .\lr. Warner has just relii 

with a Itaiiics law snch as liovcriis New York, where Ihcy as I'asi (Jraiid President of the Kni.^^hlsid' ihe Iioyal Av^ 

iiinst sio|i doiiii; Inisiiicss from l\\ci\c t."clock Saturday A few days aiio he was jncseiilcd wiili a lieanlifnl ,i;i 

niidniuhl mil 11 .Moinlay inoriiint;. They are, on the oihcr match hox, willi a Jeweled cmhlcm of I he aforesaid on 

hand, hiesscd with a coiisidcrale I'oard of Police ("om- and proiiciiy (P^ravid. The pr. >ciilalion was hy .\ 

niissioiiers who. iiol withslandinii |iriilcsis and .illacks Tliroijorc laiiislcdl, Pasi (iraiid \aliaiil I'lnnmand 

t:f the anti-saloon cleincnl. sec to ii ihal the trade is liivcn <"cl. W'auner lias jircscnled his patrons willi a liaiidso 

fair trealiiient. These fails should he remcnihcrcd hy Ihc and iinvcj siaivcnii-, in the sliaiic cd' a miniature silver ; 

tiade and full rtcoiiiiil ion thereof should he ^^ivcii. niii.u. On one side is a shield hearinu t his iiiscri].! ion, "T 

The lii|iiiir intcrcsis snccccdcd in dcfcalinu a vciy dan- Pr( ss, !•]. L. Wajiiier, Pro))., l."> Tliii-d St., S. I'."' 'I 

j;( Ton- movcmcnl for lii.^ii license dining the year, and it diminnlive 11111J4 is intended to take the jilacc of a wliisj. 

is jMdhalile thai tiie Anti-Saloon l.caiiiic in this rcspccl lilass. 






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214=216 Mission Street, San Francisco 

Distributers and Pacific Coast Selling Agents for 



MOKT & CH.-\XDON" CII.-VMPAGNE..\Vliite Seal and lirul Imperial 

J. & F. M.\RTEIJ,, Cognac Martell Brandy 

JOH3. DP. KUYl'HR & ZOOX, Rotterdam Holland Gin 

SIR ROItT. nURN'RTT & CO , IvOndon..Londou Dry and Old TouiGin 

W.M. GREER & CO., Ltd., Glasgow 

O. V. O. and Imperial Iviqueur; Scotch Whisky 

J.\S. S.VUXDERS & CO. I.xn., London, 

"The House of Lords" Scotch Whiske}- 

KIRK, GREER & CO., Bdfast Irish Whisky, "Shamrock ' 

CORK DISTILLERIES CO Irish Whisky, "Special" 

OLD BUSHMILLS XXX 
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"Special Reserve" 
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HIRAM WALKER & SONS, Ltd , Walkerville 

Canadian Club Whisky 

DEINHARD & CO., Coblcnz Rhine and Moselle Wines 

F. CHAUVENET, Nuits Burgundy Wines 

TH. J. DUBOS & FILS FRERES, Bordeaux. ..Clarets and Sauternes 

J, C. GORDON, Jerez Sherry Wines 

A. A. FRRREIRA, Oporto Port Wines 

MORGAN BROS, Oporto Dixon's ♦♦ Port Wine 

NUYENS & CO., Bordeaux Cordials 

CANTRELL & COCHRANE, Belfast Ginger Ale and Sarsaparilla 

MILLER BREWING CO Milwaukee Beer; Buffet and High Life 

READ BROS., London. .."Dogshead," Bass' Ale and Guinness' Stout 
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California 
Liquor Dealers' Association 

Regular Meetings on the first 
Thursday Afternoon of each month, at 

B'NAI B'RITH HALL 

J2l EDDY STREET 



VILLTAM CLACK. Rec. Secty. 
1946 Market Street 
San Francisco, Cal. 



DON R. DUNBAR, President 
901 Larkin Street 

San Francisco, Cal. 



1905 Battle Review. 



THE past year has witucssod a constant and ni(»\vin,u 
strugfi'U' lietweeu tho opposinii' el<Mncnt ou llic li(|uor 
question, and at tlie entrance upon the New Year it is well 
to look back and sum ujt the results of the contest. 

San Francisco is the great center of the liquor traffic in 
this State, with its many eleiiant saloons, restaurants, 
cafes and music halls, dispensing the ]»rodtu'ts of this and 
other countries. There is no eity in the Union, which has 
the frwdom that we hav(>, and AVhy? Because the licpior 
men have handed themselves togethtu' for the purpose of 
protecting their interests, and are standing up for equal 
rights. Ry organizing they have l»iiilt up a f<n'midahle 
power, in this great community. 

The liquor nu'u are law-abiding, re](nlnblc citizens, and 
as long as they conduct their I>usiiiess npnn clean, honc'st 
and decent principles, they .should ha\c the iirotectioii of 
those laws which protect the right of ntlicr people engaged 
in other businesses. That is wh.\' at ilie lasi imiiiici]i;il 
election they siu'ceeded in defeating that obnoxious high 
license pro]K>sition, and helped, almost toa man, in electing 
to oiii- city, the Hon. E. E. Schmitz and the entire labor 
ticket, who are friendly to our canse. I'eace reigns among 
the li<|Hor men at the present time. I'etty jealousies have 
de])arted, and a friendly feeling has taken hold of them, 
upholding and elevating their business to the standard 
as prescribed by the law. With that jioint in view jjros- 
perity, hajjpiness and ]ieace are plainly written on the 
wall of every lionest man. linsiness flourishing, a friemlly 
administration and contentment, are the watchword of 
the liquor men. 

Now let us review the hist liglil. In November, a liody 
of cranks got together and called lliem.selves the "High 
License Association," for the ]Mir]M>se of raising the license 
from eighty-four dollars a year, to five hundred a year, but 
the liquor men were on the qui-vive and they also organized 
their forces. The Knights of the Koyal Arch, The Califor- 
nia liquor dealers, and the San Francisco retail grocers, 
named a committee to fight the enemv — five from each or- 



ganization, and with the financial aid of the Brewers Pro 
lective Association and the Wholesalers and the Bottler'^ 
I'lotective Association, they succeeded in defeating tin 
measure, thus saving every licpior man the sum of foui 
linndred and si.vteen dollars ])er year. 

I now say that eicry saloon man should Join the Knightf 
of the ixoyal Arch or the California Mciuor Dealers Asso 
ciali(Mi, and help to equip an army for the ne.\t campaign 
lor this (piestion will surely come uj* again. With unity 
peace and activity we \vill "put them to sleej)" for sonu 
I iiiie (o come. 

1 >o I he saloon Mien of this city know what was saved foi 
iliein by the good work of the committee, for this one year 
\\ hy I will tell yqu, the (MU)rmous sum of .f 1,273,37(». 

in this city aiul in every co\int_\- in the State, the salooi 
man and his friends should join an organization of sonu 
kind and prepare for the coming battle. 

E. i:. WAG NEK. 



Mr. -liimes Kaggi, of the Raggi Emporium, tll-'l .Mfnit 
gonu'ry street, did what could projx'rly be called a swel 
linsiness during the ])ast year. Mr. Baggi naturally feel 
i|iiile proud of this fact because of the further fact tha 
during ftuir months of the year he was absent on a tri] 
through Europe, and the business had not (he active as- 
sistance of the only James. Jlr. Kaggi not only made goo( 
money during the year, but many extensive and e.xpeusiv 
imiu'ox'enu'uts. He has one of the best bars in the city am 
while his business is very pros|»eroiis he thinks the outloo 
was never better. 



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FUlLOUA.IT 




HANLEY 
RYE WHISKEY 

''GOOD GOODS" 
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Qolden Eagle Distilleries Co. 



Till': nlin\(' n;iiii<'< 
A llllMllirl- 111' \(';i 



A Mighty Drought In New York. 



■il ilisl ilUl ion li;is liccil ill Inisiiicss 

ITS mill liW in;; 111 llir i'\cc|)l iniijil ^^ril 

of llirii- IiihIc. Ilicv nin\C(| In ihrir plrsrlil line (|ll;ll-I 

IIT-II'.I .Miinl;4<MiHiv slicci, siinic I \\ n vcars ;i-n. 'I' 
liiiM'ii hir.iii' Inisincss in < ';ilir<inii;i wines, lni\ in^ cxlcn 
\ incynicis ;in<i oi f I ln' liiii'sl w inrrics in Sn nnniii "■un 

Sri;ri;i.<l\('i in siiv. the ^I'dil niriK.inilis nr ih,. Iiiinl wIum-c llicir winrsnrc Inllv iiiiiliirc.l lirlnr-c licin;; sinijpci 

Weill iilisohUelv ••<hy"" nii llic l;isi Siiinliiy of llie cnnsmners. All wines jiic cnrefully tested liv Ilicir su 

ninlllll. Tin re Inive been neensinns in Wllirh New Vnik j||,,.,|,l,.,||, wlin is ..lie nf I lie wille experts nf llie To 

\v;is sillipnseil In lie (li\, lull ;is :l lll.llIiT nf f.irl il was ,,■,•, i n 

' ' ■ l)etn|-e |e;i\HlU Hie celinr. 

niilv a (iriMiuliI in spnis, Inil llii< lime llie iiaile were .,•,,,,. 

,. ■ . , ■ •,, .1 I- ■• •• 'iM (■ ,,. Till' enliipnnv slate llial llie sales nl llieir < inlden 1'.; 

alraid m ••nmnuev willi llie cnnilpinal mn. llie new ( niii- i 

missinner, iliii-liani. w Ims.. pnlic-.v is lake llie enni- l"-;i"'l '^1' ^viiies lia\e iiH.iv llian dmihleil diiiiii- tlie 1 

ma 11(1 in;; ] ml ice rcspnnsilile fnr llie iialinlmen iimler llieiii year mi i lie i 'nasi . ns have al sn their sliipineii Is in the 1' 

is what has caused ilie imiilile. lie Inld lliesr nllieers \\ jure their hraiid is lavnialily kiinwii. The cnni]) 

Ihal the salonns mil-^l he .Insed in accnrdaiire with the ,|,„,, .,„ ..xlensive wlmlesale lh|nnr husiness. hein.i;- i 

KaiiM s law, finni li' n"cl(i(U Sal iirda\' niulil, mil il ."> n'clnek . , i.i ,. ii i' i i>; .in .; . <■ i- .<,, 

prnlirielnis nl the ( Inldcll I'.aule |)islllleries nf KelltlK 
ildiiilav nioniiiii;. Some nf them ]irntested, hiil tliev 

4. ,, ■,,,.' , , 1111 I Ti Their whiskex is well known I hrnii;;hoiil the soiilli 

niially put their patrons nut and locked up seciireh. I he 

edict '..r the police was. -ynii iiiusi .Ins.. up. nn iMill. iiii<l<ll<' w.sl.an.l sin.-eitsintro.lucti.n I he I'acitic sic 

no I'rieii.lshiii. or ;iiiy .aher Ihinu will pr.ileci ynii," and has met with imimlar fav.ir tln'onuh.Mii lli.' iioi-tlnvost 

dose lip ih.' vasi iiiajnrily .lid. Of .■.nirs.-, ilua" were linn. This whiskey is well a^i'd liefore it leaves tli.' w; 

.saloons ill Ih,. T,.n(l..rl..in, wli..|.. a .Iriiik .mihl he oh- i|,i„s.., and il is I hen shii.p.'d l.y sailin- v.'ssel I., this ]. 

taine.l, linl ilie iirniiri(.|ors 1 I' sii.li res. iris jiilinil leil thai 1. ■ n 1 .. , • . 1 n 

' ' It is well know 11 that a sea \'n\imi' iniiirnvi.s and in. .11. 

tlu'V were riskiii.i; Ih.- hiss ..f th<.ir li.i lis... Il.nvever, fhey , ,•, , fn m • i-i • i *n 1 ^n 

...,,,..,, , . ., , , ,, i;i!od wliiskev wnnderfiillv. 1 Ins whiskey is Itiitt led at tl 

niiniinized tlieir i-isks li\- |ila.iin: respiiii<ilil.. nun al the ..- • . 

hack do.ir adinitlin.i; only those wli.i c.miI.I W trust. ..I. Th.- ^"" I''"'iicisco lions(., under their (Jolden Ea-le brand. 

iip]iearance .if a siraii,i;cr .aiise.l a lilll.' panic aii.l a in-in Tlie company are also sole prt>iirietors .if the Ford 

liaviiii: hi;; f.'ct. or w,.ariii;; wlial is calle.l •'policeman brand nf whiskey, which is lintlled at tiie bonded wareho 

shoes." d(.ni.iraliz.'d lli.. estaliiisliiii..ni. This ilr.adful "t Louisville. Kentucky, an. I is much superior to whis 

condifi.iii was not r..li..v...l until the Imi.'ls .iii|.ii...| at .'1 bottled in maniifact ur.'i's' bond. ..1 warehouse. 

o'cl.i.-k. wh..|i iJi.. ]i..npl.. could L^cl .liinks w illi lli.'ir in.'als. .Mr. IJ. II. i'lilzman is pri'sident of th.' c.irii.irat i.ni 1 

il is strain;., thai men haviii;; a \aliial)le business, and is a \(.teran in Ih.. whisk. -x' busin.'ss. 11.. is a l)t)pi 

who know thai it is jn-a.-i icnlly w.irlli their license, t.i vio- Xali\.. Son and a j.ivial .i;entleiiiaii. II.. Iia,s cliar<;e of 

late ill., or. I. 'IS nf sn.h a man as P.ilic.. ( '.iiiimissinii.'i- .nilsid.' sales depart iiieiil . .Mr. II. •!. S.'.', yelk.. 11. secret; 

Hin.uliam. will delili..ral. ly lly in lli.. fa.-e nf Ih.' law ami is als.i a ]ioi)ular .vouiii; ( 'alif.nniair. lie directs th.. .if 

take chances f.ir Ih.. sak.. .if ;;aili.rin;; in a few I'Xira .lim.'s, f.ir... ami has the .i;i.|i(.ral sii|i..rvisi.in .>f th.. store ; 

FiirHieriiiore. it is pr.ibabl.. ilial Ih.se sin repi il i.ms r.'- war.'li.mse. 11.. has a lar;;.' ex]ierieii.-.' in th.. whole.' 

ceijits w(.r(. ii.it sutli.i.nl m pa\ actual iiinniin; ex]iens.'S lim, Iiaviii;; be.n in business in this .ity for the \ 

nf ill., resoi'i. Sii.li men slioul.l b|. se\.'r.'lv nunislu'd. iwent\- veais. 



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Bottled 11 V 
HOFFHEIMER BKOTIIERS 

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San Francisco, Cal. , . . 



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Webfooters Prepared for the Conflict. 



P(t|;TLAM>, Ore. .laniiary '^. — Liinior men of Oregon 
;ii(' lakiiii; llii- iiiil iiil i\i- lor aiiiciKlmcnt of (lie liquor 
law of that slate, alouj; the liue.s of the faiiions Jayne bill, 
which failed to pass the Orejioii lejiislature last February 
Ity but one vote. IMiey will, of eourse, be oi)pose(l by the 
l>rohibitioii forees and llie anti-saloon leajiue, and will 
siH'k the aid of the anii-iirohibition forees. 

The bill wliieh the liquor ineu olTer would eliauge the 
jiresent law, which was enacted by the ])eople at the polls 
in June, l!tt»4. in the following respects: 

Kaisc the unndier of voters necessary to call a ]>roliibi- 
lion clcclion fnun 10 to 30 ]>er cent. 

.Make the law strictly a ])reciucl ojition ad, allowing. 
Just as now, an election to be called in any precinct in the 
state. 

Prevent the grouping of ]prc(inc(s together for a prohi- 
bition (^lection. 



I'ix genei-al elections as Ihc linic for prohibition 
lions. 

Take away the advantages held by the prohibition 
under the present law ami give "dry" aiul "wet" the 
l>rivileges in elections. 

The law now provides that elections to decide the 
lion whether liquor shall be sold as a beverage in anj 
ciuct or group of iirecincls may be called in June o: 
year on petition of 10 ])er cent of the electors in the v 
area. Should the election carry fiu- prohibition, the v 
area is to be "dry" two years, but should the election 
for sale of li(|Uor, another election may be called the 
\-ear. 



The New Mint, at No. 615 Commercial street, has 
well in the past year, trade during the latter half ( 
twelvemonth having very largely increased. The re-« 
lishment of this famous resort along the present line: 
a slow process, by reason of the long time requir 
erect the new building, but merit has won, and the 
now enjoys a very substantial and growing trade, h 
among its patrons many of the best known bon vi 
of the city. Its food and service are unrivaled ar 
important adjunct is the fine bar. It is one of the 
uniipie and artistic ]daces in the city, and anyone lo 
for the best in the market with perfect service at moc 
prices, should give the New Mint a call. 



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... Sole Pacific Coa>t .\Kcnt> (or ... 

VAN DEN BERGH & CO. f^ 

... G I IN S ... I 



j*!ns'.,^r.s-.-^r. 



ANDY DIBBLE 



ClK Worki's 
Tinc5i Ciquors 



The Lacey 



Oppcsiic 
PdUcc held 



SAIN FRAINCISCO'S AAOST .MAO.XIRICE.X I <i.AUC)().N. 

62* HAKKIT STMIET 



•n< )Ni : lU "-ii-i JAO 




^■. ^: J: -i: -i: 




.■\K.t\. ji/\t iOr<.i> 
Propritlor 



> j» j» 11-2 ^ j« > M. 

i^el Paso Ccife ^ * 



- F'NF WINF..V AND IIQUORA 
S. E. Cor. Cnlifornin «nd I^atte^y St-*.. Snn Franci«co 



36 




PACIFIC WINE AND SPIRIT RKVI1';\V. 

A Holiday Toast. 



Here's til tlie lieallll <if mil- i;nn,| olil Irii'lids. 

Ami here's In llie lie:illli cif llie new . 
.\hiv llie iilil (liiiu ImsI mil il lite ellds. 

While Ihe hew (Hies jircivc ;is ti-iie. 

Alinlher illillk, ere Ihe iioiid Iiijisl ends — 

'I'll I III' Irieiiils nf emiiinu (hi\s I 
.Mav llie (ill), 

Allij Ihe new. 

Anil I lie Till nie frienils 
T>e Inn' III ns nil, niwnxs. — lUnjIi Itmil:. 



Once More the Coin Slot Machine. 

0\C|-: inure Ihe whin- of Ihe imliisi riniis ni.Uel iii- 
ilie-slm ninehine. whieh imsses mil enin, .■mil ihe 
r.lllle III' Ihe mil I'allilli; lliekels whieh ;^i\is jn.V 111 

tlif pliivcr, will he lunril in lliis Inwii. These inarhines 
liiivc iiccn stiaii.iicrs ii. ihe iieii|ile ni' Sun I'raneisen I'm- 
four years, liavin-i heen lalmueil .Inly, \\W1. iiinler llie ili- 

rccliiin nf ( "miiiiiissiiiMers lliiiimi. Unwell, .Mahmiev and 

Ncwhall. Il was licncrallv lielie\ed ainmiu llu- Made lliat 

these niaeliiiies were L;<>iie I'm- \iy»n\ and llie snddenness The faiiimis Velinwstmie I?ar. at Xn. 2"_' .Moiit<iiiiii 
Willi wliieli the mder nl ilie old r.iiiiid was resiiiided hy sliiei, enjnyed a s|.|eniiid year's Inisiness, the increase 
the ])reseiii Cmiiniissinners was a siirpi ise In everyiindy luit tlie irade liein;i tJiirty ]ier cent over that of I'.MM, wli 
those nil the inside. Al llie time nl' tiie nrdei- against the was an exeepi imiai year. The linsiness of ihis limise \ 
inacliines there wei-e I'tMIO in operalinn in San I'ram iseo. iiiiennnieiial emisiderin.u the many competitors tiiat sti 
I'lider tlie rule of the present Hoard only TM) will lie a! to share it. An illustration of what was doiie dni-inu 
lowed to iio into enmmission. It is staled liial the City . holiday season may lie had from the fad that their Deci 
will not receive any immediaie re\cniie, as al the lime her cliaiii]>a,iin(' hill from tlie ehampaune dealers. Iota 
the machines were milered niil, Ihi' jienple operating them over .fl.")(l(». .Messrs Twooniey tV: ^Miholovicli cari-y oik 
had jiaid licenses in advance for one nr ninre months; the lariicsl stocks of straijiht noods of any retail firm 
furthermore thai the rale will lie the same as heretofore, Ihe coast, haviii'; in hond more than KtO harrels at 
Sld.dO per (|uarier. present time. In addition to this their cellar includos 
This annmincemeiit was hailed \\ ilh delight hy memhers lines of i>(iods in i;lass for which there is a iiuhlic dema 
of the retail trade, al least ilmse who feel certain of secnr- and in this respect they are the leaders. They buy in la 
inn- i)ermission to oj.erate a machine. This i^ladsmne feel- lots, therehy tjcttinji the desirahle discount, and h 
inu can easily he understood hy reason uf the fact that in cnouiih stock on Imnd to e(|nii» a modest wholesale est 
any house where then' is a lar,i;c trallic the net rei urns lishment. As to the opeiiinj'' of the New Year, .Mr. T\\ 
are very satisfactory. hk'.v rcniarkcd that January, 190(>, was the best month 
limise e\er liad. 

"I have uothin;^ much to say," said .Mr. I'.oh Kei'u, of ^— 

the famous Hom|net l!ar, iip]insile Ihe I'alaie lintel, when 

asked how theyiar llMiri had treated him, "hnwcv-er, I am Special attention is directed (o the new ad. of .Mes: 

so fortunate as in he alile In remark that my health is I leirniann ^t < 'o., Ihe hatters, in this issue. The fame ; 

.<::ood. my family's health is yond, ni\- Imsiness is i;(in(l. reputation of this house are known everywln re. The i 

What heller ciaild a man ask'.' Speaking of linsiness, that s|_.rin,<i- desijins are just ai)pearinj;- and an especially styl 

of llK)r> was e.xcelieiil- far heller tjiaii l!i(U. How do T hhick is here shown. This firm is always foremost in 

ac<-ount for it'.' There is only mie way lo run a saloon — matter of style and the "Herrmann S]>ecial" is the v 

run it like a successfully cmidiicled hank — run it riiiht." liiiihest <levelo])ment of the halter's art. 



_ loma County 

and at Rutherford and St. Helena, Napa County, California .... 



French-American Wine Co. 



SUCCESSORS TO CHAIX \ BERNARD 



@ CELLARS AND VINEYARDS at Icaria, Healdshurg, Cloverdale, and Madr. 

® 

@ PRODUCERS, GROWERS. DISTILLERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN 

I CALIFORNIA WINES AND BRANDIES 

@ Pure and Unadulterated California Wines Our Specialty 

® 

@ f'EW ORLEANS DEPOT: 407 TCHOUPITOULAS STREET, W. D. SEYMOUR, AGENT 

© 1821 to 18 Harrison Street San Francisco, Cal. 



PACIl-IC WlXi; ANI) SPIRIT RKVIKW. 

WHERE TO GET GOOD THINGS TO DRINK AND EAT. 



FEVENDALE & LINDSAY ■ 



K II M SIMIL 
(IMlS^l 




1)1 41 I k-~ IS 



Fine Wines 
ini Liquors 

Tcrcphone HED 5069 



NCAM MONTOOMCNT ftTMCKT 







1 'in 



tr.iiv?!'.! Gixxls Our Spt'ci.llfy 



S.in Fr.inciy^o, Cal. 



TclCPhonc Bush 32 



MERCANTILE LUNCH 

11 A M TO 2 P. M 



Cosmos Cafe 

---■■- LOUIS FONTANEL Pbop 

WINES AND LIQUORS 



Phonr Muin ^M^'S 



O'xiirn rn't Mi4-4«T laatk' 




RoML Harris 



133 MONTGOMEKY ST. 



Hll.ll OKUliS ()( 
SIKOI.III I I V.- 



0<ridrnlnl Holrl 



\. W. Cor. CommcrcidI and Montgomery Sis 

S.in Irrttiiisi... I n\ 




Ahrens, Pein & BullNNinkel 

*'-OLES*^l 

LIQLOR MERdlAMS 

620 IMISj SIKH I 

Bet. Jonrs and Io>l.r hVS IRVMISIO, CU. 

"ItTCR^ iw^o»Ttn» 

o 



BUFFALO 

NEW BREW 
BOHEMIAN 

Sacramonio, Gal 
KENNEL CLUB WHISKY 



BREWING 



A. H. LOCHBAUM CO 



125 King Street 



PALE EXPORT 
CULMBAOHER 
PORTER 

COMPANY 



Pmonc 1010 Ma 




(ri«o« !■«•«) 



UnrivQ!«d for Purity. Flavor ond Excell«no«. 

The Highest (irade Bourhon 

Fou nd on First«C l ass Bars 

„...,.,... 307 BATTERY STREET 

RUSC0r4l 8c FISHER, «»» v..iiu c««.<. g^^ francisco 




Rough Riders' Cocktail. 



PACIFIC WINE AND SPIRIT RICVIRW. 

The " Patent Medicine" Fake. 

C(HJ.ll",i;"S liiis for suiiic liidc liccii wa.uinfi; a v 
a^aiiisl lacdicinc fakrs wliidi arc in reality iiodi 
ImiI alcdliolic iK'Vci'ajucs, and wliicli liavc larj^c sales in | 
liilMlion states. "I'erniia and tlie Uracers" is llie tiilc 
ilic secdini ])alent medicine article in ('nHit r's for Octo 
I'sili. It exposes the liii;li ])ro]ior(ion id' alcohol that 
fonnd in I'eruna, Paine's Celerv ("oniponnd, llostetti 
r.itlci-s, Hood's Sarsaparilla, IJni-docU's IJitters, Pi 
C«"ll..i:s Iron, the last can,|.ai-n have not y.M cas,.! In.n.-s Vcfictahlc ( 'oniponnd, A verV Sarsaparilla and si 
r* , , , , , lar i-eniedics. The sale of Pernna to Indians has receii 

L- to icv( iIm rale alonu the streets, and aiiionL; the In- <■ i • i i i ,i i • •, i o^ < . i 

heen loi-hnlden l)\' the I titled Stall's sioveriinn'nr, and 
wavs of San Francisco. The "Knti.di Kideis- who t..ok so ,,^i^ ^,.„^^ ,1,^. j.,^,.j^,, l),.p,u-ttnent has instilntcd procc 
])ioniineni a part in the iireai lahor parade ininiediately j„„.^ ajjaiiist all dealers who sell Peiniia witlioiii hav 
jirecedinii the last election, have not. as is itsiial with snch lirst ohtained a liquor tax cerliticate. Tiie Inteitial Pi 
orj^anizatiens. passed awav amid the slioiits of victoty and "lU' I)ei)artmeut has also proi)osed to tax these remedies 
the tears of defeat «hich annoui.eeil the will of the people. =«l<'"li<>l i<' hevcrai-es.— U/y/c and Spirit (luzclh. 
That that oruanizal ion has not ^om- down to ]>i)iiiical oli- 

livion l.ni is'to the contrarv ihrivin-. active and i^ruwin- •^''' -^"'l'''" l>il'l'l«'. of Hu' Laeey, Xo. C^i Market str. 

, , , . • ,. , i-eimrls htisiiiess foi- 19C6 i><>od and inmrovinsr stead 

IS convinciniilv evinced liv tlie invention ol a new and ... , , , , ^ ,, ,-. x. .i ^ ,' • i • 

■ ■ ■ .Not I iil\- the Miluiiie Init the ipialilv of the trade is hiii 

delightful l.evera-e called hy .Messr.<. K. IMiy am] ( >. Ah- satisfactory. The Pacey i.ar and'cafe. which is one 
hen, who stand si)oiisor.-< for it, the -K'ouuh Kiders" Cock- ii„. most richly and artistically eipiipped in tlie city, ; 
tail." The following is ihe rcciix' for this (ieieclahle drink : which carries one of the finest lines of whiskies in 
Kon.uh Piders" ("ocktail. — Onedasli oiaii-e liiltei's, llnee Pnited States, is now thorout;lily establishrd ami is 
dashes creine lie cassis, (me dash limejniee. put in whisky, "f t^^'' ^^l'"^^' Pl'i«''"« amoii.ii- tl'c hii-li class saloons of 

. . . , citv. Dililile's famous roadside resoi-t on the Ocean P 

stir in ice and serve. • , , ,• ; , , , n . , • 

levari!, simih ol llie ])ark, has made a ])ermanent hit ; 

P. Perry ami ( ). Al.l.eii. does more Imsiness than any other l)lace of that kind in 

We recommend it to all iliose who are tliirsiily inclined, |,,^vn. What is more satisfactory to the .Messrs. Dih 

and es]iecially to tlm.-'e wlio have political asjiiial ion. is tlie fact that their jiatrous are of llie very hesl class. 



I P.v.:SXe 3,3 136-144 Second Street ^"" 'lir''° 

© 



HUBERT MERCANTILE COMPANY 

136-144 Second Street 



Sole Agents and Importers of the World's Standard Brands 



© 
© 

© 

© HUNTER BALTIMORE RYE 

I H. B. BOURBON and RYE WHISKIES 

© EL MONTE BOURBON 

I MARYLAND MONOGRAM 

I W. H. McBRAYER'S CEDAR BROOK 

I BOOTH'S OLD TOM and DRY GINS 

© 
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ST. LOUIS A. B. C. BEER 
BUCHANAN'S BLACK and WHITE SCOTCH 
J. BAUMGARDNER RYE 
UNION LEAGUE BOURBON 
AETNA MINERAL WATER 
BOAR'S HEAD ALE and STOUT 



Ruinart Brut Champagne 



£;(^ We have unequalled facilities 
for handling large orders. 



PACIFIC WIXH \XI) SPIRIT RKX'IHW. 



3y 




Telephone 
South .... 



759 



C*3 



Bassity's 
Cafe . . . 



1102 



Jeroine BuiMity 

froprlalor 



!102 

MurKet Street and 

1 Turk Street 



S^n (r&nci»co 



Com* and try our ^.mdirrlul Clumporrau A Grand Brjcet 

e/." Celebrated 
CHamporeau 



FINE WINES, 
LIQUOR5 AND 
C1GAR5 



J. 8. CASAOEBAT. p> 

MOT LUNCl- 



• T O A. M. 



532 MERCHANT STREET 

aiT MONTGOMinr •NO S>N(0«C. S T 



r.s-..^.^ 







TELF.rnosE MAIX S3-S 



Cbos. % iUalsb ^ eo. 



y 2 1 MAkkLT ST 



SAN FRANCISCO 
CW.. 




'-■<~<i<xS^oi* 'X< 'X' ■»' f 'J. -.T' '*' ■<' ' •> 



Most HjnJiomely 
D*coritrij S.iioon 
hi Sin Fnncivo 



yf? fy tp ^P Ty rt? *r 



Jl" J- , . jr'c: \ for 
V. • :,j in J 



*♦» ''Sam Moanfs''^ 



' 






II 


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Fine Wines 


and Liquors f! 




3 30 Bush St.' i'co""*"" ^m 



J 






c.RADKS or 



Cbc 
Gbroniclc 



4*4» 



/>. IT. WOBBCM 



^M4 

MARKET 

tfmttr 



Til I riluN I M H> 1131. 



I S-RAIGMT GOODS TOM MC&lMStr J 

I CHOICE WINES, LIQUORS I 

I AND CIGARS I 

■ ALL BNANO* 12 ■ CtH1% ClOAN* 10CCNTS I 

I *" i 

H pmonc montoomimt <ooa ■ 

I N W COR. SACRAMENTO AND BATTERY STS. I 

I SAN rMANCISCO. CAL I 



T(l iOMN «r»« 



CIIA>I.K» KACrXAMM 

LAWBMxca CAMranLi. 



The 



EAGLE 



M 



m 



N. e. CoriMf .^Ji^ 

MASON AND OTARRDO. STS 

jjn FrAfMHoy 

Cah EalTAon. JW M.. - 'i^r«^ 

Fine Wines and Liquors 



■to 




The Press Saloon's New Statues. 

ON .l;llMl;ilv S 
Siliiiiily, 1111(1 



PACIFIC WINE AND SPIRIT RICVIHW. 

Before and Behind the Bar. 



ItciiK iiiliir. .i;ciil Iciiicii Ik I'diT llic Ji;ir, llial llic uviil li'iii;i 
licliiiiil I III' liiir is II iicrsiiii, III' is :i 111:111 ; he is ii unil Iriiii 1 
or else lie simuid lie. At any rale, when lie sjicaks lo vol 
sDciall.w il is due ri-iuii _\iiii liiat von lislcii to Imn, I'l-sjicc 
Cully. 11" 111' pays ytiii a coiiilcsy. do imi ('orL;i't to tliaii 
llilll. Jus! llic same as if lie wrrc on the oilier side of 11 



N .laiiiiai-.\ Mil. I'.MIi;, the day tiiat tlie Hon. iv 1'.. ''!"' 
(1 llie entire lalior party took ])ossessioii 
of ilie city iioveninient. !■:. 1.. \\'a.i;iiei-. of ilie well known 
i'l-ess Saloon. 1:. Third street, eeiel Plat id tile day hy aiMinii 
lo his already lar.uc eolleeiion of ai-l. two iii;i.unili<<'nl 
hroiizc statues, each standiii^ liine feet liiuli. One is liy 
I lie ei'li'l. rated seiilplor, l']. l.a|>orl. reiinseuliuir "Peace 
and Laiior." a nmsciilar lilaeksniiih with apron on. staiid- 
iiij;- erect. lioldiiiL; an iniineiise liainiiier in one hand. aL'aiiist 
the forui'. ;iiiil aliove his manly head the otliei- liniiil is 
iiraspini; an olive Inanch. proelaiiiiiiiLi, peace lo ilic world. 
The other statue is In the eiiiineiit I'rencli sciil]ilor, M. 
Constant, rc]>vescniiin; l.ahor. A representativo iron 
iiionldcr standiiiti alon.u Ilie side of iiis for^e with hainnicr 
in hand rcsiiim on the for^c, in the niher hand he holds a 
lilan. and is looking at the desiiiii. heinu- eiilirely ahsorhed 
in the work liefore him. .Mr. Wauncr was very fortunate 
in scciirinii' Inith pieces of ait. 



And w ill .son please rciiieiiilier. gentlemen liehiiid the ha 
that those jicntleinen on the other side of the har are, in 
sense, at least, y<nir jiiiesls. Don't disinite cverythiiiii tin 
say. Dnii't assume that you know everythiuL;. and tin 
laii/W notjiiiin. The chances are tiiey doift, a i;iiod deal 1 
tjie time, hut they Ihiiik they know lots, iinil like to I 
humoKii a little in tlie pleasant delusion. —.S'o;////r/ 
lAijiinr ■Idiiniiil. 



lASH'S BITl^ERC 



THE BIG TRUNK STORE 



Old lime ])atroiis of .Messrs. .las. P. Dunne & Tn.'s. Stock- ?| 



MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS 



Ion ;iii(l KIlis streets house, will learn wiih re-ret that |,; Trunks, Bags and Dress Suit Cases 

their old friend '•Andrew." \\ Im for more than IS years jj 

was the chef ill i-har,i;(' of the luncji deparlment, and .u'cn- ?< 

eral factotum of liu- place, has liiiue to that place where il ^< Commercial 

is su])i)osed no free luiiciii s nei d he ser\i'd. His sjieciaity ^ Travelers 

was the iii-eparatioii and frxiiii; of clams in a wav of whii'li 9 




he had no ei|Ual in the ciiy. People fnnii ail over town gi 

would -o lo Messrs. Dunne ^ Co.V plac '. not cnly for Die | TRUINKS MADE TO ORDER 

ipialily of its hevera.ucs ]iui viyed, hiil lor those famous «> 



, , , , , 1 11 , ,1 .1 « 134=136 ELLIS STREET 

clams cooked h\' Andrew. His lull nnine wjis Andrcnv » ^ .. ^^ , 

5( Corner Mason Street 

Vasiiuinicci. He had lieen in iailinii liealth for sonic ?!■ 



time and enuai^ed in aiioihei' calliiiii'. 



SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. 
Branch and Factory, N. W. Corner Bush and Kearny 



r<iS<j«,%-rtS(ro.%=«;rt,%%%%%=«i«Si.^,%%%%=i<JKrriSi,^^^^^ 



e. L^UENaERGEFI, PRES. OSCAR HOCKS, VICE-PRES, A. HINTERMAMN, Slc-TREOS. i 



Sutter Home Wine and Distilling Co. 

OFFICE AND DEPOT 

1295=97=99 FOLSOH ST., Cor. 9th 




a< SOLE PROPRIETORS 

i» •■ OSCAR HOCKS" 

sf bourbon and rye whiskey 

§ Importers and Jobbers 

§ VINEYARDS AND CELLARS 

?» St. Helena. Napa Co.. Cal 



Phone South 481 



San Francisco, Cal. 1 



5<,%=RS!Sia^,^,^5S»^/H^SiS>S<Si/Y«JKJSSiJw»5i,=Kf^^ 



PACIFIC WINE AND SPIRIT REVIEW. 



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^THE DAVY CROCKETT 


1^ 






H. B. ADLER. Proprietor 
SAN rRA.\CkSC()'3 MOST POPILAR SALOON 




^^^r 


Headquarters for Newspaper Men and the " People " Generally 




842 MARKET STR!:i:i 



I'hone Clav 35 I 



Next New t'xamincr lilJj;. 




I- INK WINES AND LIQIORS 

>team lU-er anu Lager on DrauRht 
E L. WAGNER, PROP. 

13 Third Stri'ot Sdn Francisco, Cat. 



J 



I Ban k Exchan ge 



\ 



A- :^ 

South-fdst Cor. Montgomery and Washington St». ^ 
IMPORTER OF ♦ ' * 7* 

Famous Old ampbcltowii SCOTCH WHISKY -^ 
Pisco dc Italia, Madeira Wine V 

Sazcrac dc Forge & Sons Brandy ^' 

r •■ . --iicoL l^T 



'FriONf.HAIN 57IH 




32 

MARKET ST 



Phone Montgomer>* 2056 

JM% Restaurant 

Special Dining Hall For Banqnets 
-crvice a la Carle Separate 1' • I«adies 



Wrllilli:-' •T"1 I'lf'ir* S--rv<€| 



oci lllcrcbani St. San Trancisc^ 



TE HAVE NOTHING TO OFFER THE TRADE. EXCEPT 

Fine Goods, Square Prices 
Honorable Dealing; 



SOLE AGENTS ANI ORS 

OF niECFXi 

"Castlcwdod" itourbon and h 



Cartan McCariiin & Co. 



Fjtiblisbrd 1873 



rfboM Mala Ul7 



UIQUOF^ \l[£RCHAiNrS 



12 Sacramento ^«t. SAN F-RANCISCO. C \!.. 



MTAMCHOUVC 

.ni-I.^ Comiiicrclnl 5i 



. *i»»»JMi»JiiUMUM ».X-.« 



42 



PACIFIC WINE AND SPIRIT REVIEW. 




I'a\ Siiiiillf.v, iiiic (if llic licsl kiinwii iiii'ii ill llic \\li 

(■(i;il l(ri;;ii(U', iintl ftu- a l<iii}i time in ilic ciiiiilcn nf T. 

l"(M<iiis(iii. ill llic ("alifiiniia sircci Imusr, is now in rliai 

nf the retail (Icpai-liiiciii 111 I 111' (lolilcii i;a,i;lc Distillcri 

Co., I17-4r.> .MniitL;((iiM ly >iicil. This lionsc enjoys 

line Irade of Ilie \cry licsl class in San I'ra iicisco. a 

,, ,, ,. , ,, , , ,. r- ■ ■ ,1 Siiiallev is llir kind of man lo lian<lle il pidpcrlv. 

Mr. (ins Uellnier, ol liie Alca/.ar < ale, ailjoininu llie i i . 

Alcil/.ar Theatre, enjoyed ;i \iry sneeessl'lll year's liMsiness. 

,, ,, ,, , , , , II II !• 1 ( .Mr. -lolin Knolijoeli, who has for iniite a lime lie 

.Mr. Hellnier, tlirouuli hard work and Unowlediie ot how to ' , ,, , 

located at No. 4I(» ( aliloinia sirecl in the .Merehaii 
i.a.idle th.> pnl.lie. has hnilt np a tine trade, whetv others .,,.^^.^,^._^ |^^^^ ^^^, _,^,^^^^^^^ ^^,. |^^^.|^,._^^ ..p.-nitions ..f the I5a 

have mad.' a failure. lie stales that Imsiness in -Fannaiy ,,|- C;,] jc,„.ni;,, foniid il ne.-essary to setMiro otiicr quarto 

ojieiied np in an nniisnal uood shape aiul the promise is h'rom this time fort h he can lie found at No. 547 CTay, ii( 

for another jirosperons twelve months. .Montijoinery si reel. The place has been fitted up ill hai 

some style and thoui;h small, is very cozy, and with I 

rm II. If • r X- i-)-> M .i .,. ..- ..(,..„,< ser\ice and (iiialitv of "■oods ser\i(l li\ .Mr. Ivnoliloch, tin 

1 he oidv Koine Harris, of No. l.;.{ .Monluomerx street, ' •. . 

IS no doiilil 111' will enjoy a j^oodly share o| the Inisim 



if thai section of the cil v. 



is travelliiii: in hard luck these days not in a Inisiness 
way. hut he mel with an aceiileiit diirimi- the latter i>arl 

of tlie month, wlii.h was not only very painful, Inil will ^| ,. ^^■^.^. f-,,,,.^ ^^.,,,,^^. j,,.,,.^. ,,f hnsim'ss has I.een I 

incapacitate him for a<live business for souu' time to conu". years at No. ."jlill Sansome street, and where a com])eteii 

He was passinji' in front of the Kohl buildinji' on a reeont has been accumulated, will nio\(' to ni<u-e commodious a 

rainv dav and missed his foofiuii, and fell in such a man- desirable quarters durin-i Fel)ruary. The new locafi 

uer as t.i dislocate his left sh.uilder. It took three doctors '^ ^«» '''^ «^ ^^'^ northwest e.u-ner of Clay and Sansoi 

,. , ,. , ,^ .. . streets, a few doors from the present place. The bar a 

to reiluce the ilislocat ton, and as a result K(mie is a sore „ .,, , . i • x. . / ^ i i i 

cafe will be e(|uip])e(l in the most modern stvle, and wh 

man in in.u-e ways than one. However, business at the -^ -^ ,.,„„p,j4ea, Mr. Uhte will have one of tlie handsom, 

(dd stand continm s to move ah.n- at a liood steady pace, ji„,i ,„(,st attractive sahums in that ])(U-tion of the ci 

and tile iiiiilnok is for siill belter ti-aile. His mo\(' will certainly be a iirolitable one. 



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Swedish Kent Hrdnvin -O. p. Anderson & Son, Gotcborg, Mfrs. 
PoilHTtHlS Uf'tHU in— (). P. Anderson & Son, Gotcborg, Mfrs. 
Jollt] KtHllSdV S(()|(h Tort Kllcn. Islay, Scotland. Mfr. 
Anderson S. M. Whiskey— Bottled in bond, strictly pure. 
Pepsin fitters -Hrnst L. Arp, Kiel, Germany, Mfr. 
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clicl' on licr laic .Majcsiy (Juc.mi \ i.imia's vaclii. Urill; 
His sciiijis ami |iii|iiaiili' sauces iia\'c tickled llic |ial:it( 
I lie r.aiik's pal runs fni- manv years, (lie seci'cl cniniid 
in;: of w hicli he |icrsisiciil ly rcrnsi's lu i!i\ii!,uc. 

Tliis raiiHins nlil ((n-iici- slill clin.ns li> its nile of clci 
al I I u'rlnik ill llii' <'\ciiiiiji. nmicaii's iiiolto lieiii<>, "A 
III. Ills 111' siiciaiiiliiy . a ;:uii(l iii^lirs slee)i ami a clear 1 
ill ilic ninniiiiji."" Xn iiicrcciiaiy iijuli\c m- liie scdiK 
'•Jiisi niic inure ami we'll all ^<i iiniiic," In-caks (he riih 
ariiiiincnis heiiii; mel willi, "inil amdliei' drop, <;('iitleiii 
Sn cNcry iiiiilil liie "Scnliliniair' snaps Die \i'\t'v of 
iinlcr (lipor lo the acciiiiipaniniciii ui' i lie Inw n cluck stri 
I lie linur, wisliiiii; his fricnils al laiiinii "a ^iiid nijilit, 
a (!ih| liless villi." 



Duncan's Famous Old-Time Corner. 

Bi:i'(>UI', .scnilinu ilie ••Anmial" In jircss we nnisi \\ isii 
our friend, Duncan Nicnl. nf ihc I'.aiik IvmIuiu^c a 
]tros]ierous year with llie Impc liiai many mure will fnl- 
low, eacli attended with all smls nl linml iliiiiiis. Tlie 
Hank K.\chauj;(' slill clinjis to ilie liuini nld rasliinned way 
of doinji I>usiuess, inaiiuiiraicil in ilie early "HOs, wlieii il 
lirst opened its doors. N'mi will fail lo tiud witliiu its Tlic laimiiis uM jiioueer saloon and uiill of Wheel; 

portals any atteni]! al elaiiorale ilccmal ions, now as- Collins, .Mont^dincry ami Calirnriiia sliccis, has tii 
sniued to lie necessary in Ihe make-up of llie modern sa- passed into the hands of si laiiuds. Il lias lieen piiich 
loon, Duncan reiyinji- entirely on the iiuality of his liquors by a syudieate of rei)resentative iicntlenien who have ii 
aiul service to attract, and hold custom. That this slill been heretofore identified with the liquor business. ' 
snccceils is evidenced by the iiiiinbei- who ciuiie from dis- are E. (}. liodolpli, Ste])lien Nutt inj;, .John Nut tinji, 1. fc 
lam points to Washinitton and .Monl.uomery streets to re- and Charles .Johnson. The business was boutilif as we 
.uale tlieniseives with one of his famous ](uiiclies or some derstand f<M' f:5r>,(l()(l. The faci llial the .tinnd will r( 
otlu'r of his delicately concdcted niixtnns, siivi d in a sented $20.(1(10 of the imrcliasc jiiice will ^ive an ide 
manner to |iieasc liie most faslidimis c|iicnic, Tlie old- wiial llie standin;; of Ihe iiisi il iil inn is in this city, 
fashioned lunch lalijc evei-v noon, fairly iii-oaiis miiler ihe is llie lar^esl price e\cr paid in San l-'rancisco fur ; 
^^■ei_^ht of "•the best the inarkel can all'ord," the cuisine be- w ill. We would rei;ai-d the purchase as a line one I'm 
inji presidi'd over by the "iicuiai .limniie" .Moore, formally buyers. 



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BOYALTY HOLL.'iNO Gin, in Wood. 



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JOULE'S Stone Ale, in Hhds. and Hlf. Hhds. 

MEINHOLD'S Anchor Brand New York 

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Local Beers Winning High Favor. 



liilc, and iip-ln ilalc iiii|prn\ riiiciils, ai-c iiislallcd lo kcc 
t Ik- ilciiiaiiil. 

( >iii' lri|i llirnimh dill- jilaiil will cDiniiirc you (Juil 
siahMiii'iiis iiiadr III ic arc fads, and Vdu, .Mr. ilcadiT 
rnrdiall\ iii\iiid al aiiv lime In iiis|)((i ilic plaiil nf 

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Em it)K Wi.Ni: .\.\n Si'iuir i:i:\ ii:w : 'I'lic Ih'cw ini; iinlnsi i\ 
(if (lie State <d' ('alifniiiia lias iini-cascd at least (ine 
tliird of the annual uiitpni nf the luewci'ies in general, and 
t he |priispecls are ex'en fur a liiii^er increase foi- the cnni inu 
.season. The demand fi>r Imai ln'crs is i;i'eall\ in( reasiiiii, 
iiolw ithstainlinii the nianv new lieir.-; tiiai aic liein^ intrn- 
(liiced frmn other portions of tin' ('oast anil the ilasl. and 
the further laet thai many ivislern jieople are local inu 
here. 1-ocal la.^er Imcis ate rapidly winning- faxor and w civ jocaled al .Market and Sansome st reels, have reci 
there is alisidnteiy no p.od reason wliy liny should iiol. mowd lo :\\S front striel. where ihey will he idease 
A\'e i;f()W the hest liarley in the world, and onr iiops cannot see their old cnslomers. 
Ite stirpasse<l li\ any. The waters of o\ir ])itre crystal ^^__^^^^^_______^__^______^__^____^.^^^ 

sprinysand mountain si reams ar<' nne.xcelli d, so that Ihere 
can lie no reason, so loni;- as we em]tloy the lust .ind latest 
methods of maniifact in c. why onr heers should iml he 
e\('n superior to any others. 

This talk is not necessar.\' to the competent juiliic of a 
jiood heer, hut to those w iio ha\c not the discrimfuatioii, 
we will state for their lieiiejil Ijial we i^ct a heller jirice 
for tMir j^oods than ICasiern or other hreweries do in this 
connlry; in coiise(|Ueiice we can i;i\c the ])eo])le a heltei- 
article. This is because of the enormous freight rales and 
vast and contiimons advertisinji costs wiiicli the outside 
hreweries must meet in order to market tiieir ijoods. This 
money must certainly come hack to I hem in some wav. 

Now is not this arjiument sulistaiiiial and dou'l it ap- 
jpcal to \oiir common sense, that if ymi do drink you sliould 
see thai you i;(t a local hevera.nc Then you not only .L^ct 
the hest, hut you help a iiood industry aloiii;' that pays your 
town and country a uood many millions of dollars annually 
in various ways. It is true there aic many diH'erenI kinds 
of local heers, hiii one you can fee! safe on, and !.;el the 
hest in. is the now fast-hecomiuii- famous heer, "^'osenlile 
Lajier." ( Notice siiipnients of this hrew to .Tnneau, Alas- 
ka, Tanana, Unalaska, Honolulu, Sydney, Australia, all 
the southern countries and East as far as railroad eoinpe- 
tilion will allow, siuli as Tonopah, (Joldtields^ etc., of the 
state of Nevada. I t'ould the heer lie other than as repre- 
sented and still retain such trade? 

This ])arlicnlar brewery lias increased its output tri]>le 
in two years, ami IJieie is only one reason tiiereof, ''o<)od 
jiooijs." Look al the improvement now ,i;oinn' on — new 
labelers, new bolile sii rili/.ei s, new pasteurizers, new auto- 
matic tillers, new jiipe line, and excrytbim;- dri\'en by sep- 
arate electric motors, c(uiveyiin;-tables and iiumerons oflier 



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The World's Wine Production. 



DlllT'l'N' roNSn. KoImiI W . Il,iii-;iilii( r, nf 'I'ricsic, 
Wliirs llinl llir l!ullrlil| (iT lllr Sdciciv of llillillll 

A;;i-iriilt\iiisls |iiililislics nil jiiliilf I'v I'l'urcssnr .Mdiidiiii 
(III tlic world's pnidiiclioii nf wine. rinCcssor Moiidiiii 
stairs lliiil more than tlin-c-lninilis nf i;iiri)i)c's wine itro- 
diictitiii is fiiriiislicd liy Ital.v. I'l-aiui-. and llic Ilu'vian 
I'fiiinsiila. Tlicst' (■(umlrics arc rollnwcd in iinidnclion liy 
Aiisti-ia-lliiiii;ai-y. (icrnian.v. Unssia, Tuikcv, tlu- IJalkan 
I'ciiinsiila, and ."^wilzrriand. Tlic increase in tlie pro- 
duction of wine ill Italy shortly after IStiO was duo to (ho 
,<::rowin,ti internal coiisiinipi inn and liciici- iiansportation 
facilities. In the i.erind from l.^T'.t \>> iss'.l Italy's wine 
production varied from a niiniinuni of alioiil 1,'<, (10(1,0(1(1 
licctoliters ( LM1,:i44.(MIO jiaHoi'^ I i" '•'^■'^1. l" ^i niaximnni 
of 88.0()0.(»00 hectoliters ( STl.TSl.OdO ,!ialloiisi in 18S7. 
In the (piiii(|neiininni 1.*^! 10- IS! 14 the iiverai^e ix-r year was 
:n.C.O(l.()0() hectoliters I S{4,N()S,.S(»(I -lallonsi, while the 
followiiij; (inininieiniiiini only li!l."_'(MI,(IO() hectcditers (771,- 
40.'>.(;(M) gallons) were produced, owin;; to the ])hylloxera. 
However, tlic exact iiess (d' these (ijiures is doubted, since 
from recent statistics, made in 1901 by the minister of uix- 
ricultiire, an averajic annual production of 43,000,000 hec- 
toliters ( 1.1 :'.."),! 17 1,000 -allons) as shown. 

i'i;(p]it("fi(i\ I'.Y iitA.Nci:. 
1m a nee j.rior (d' 1S70 had about .-^OOO.OOO hectares (7.- 
4i:>,000 acres! of vineyards, which in 1SS(> were rcdnoed 
to 2.000.000 hectares ( 4,n4-J,000 acres). The total area 
at i)r('S(Mit devoted to \ ineyards in I'^rance is 1,092,047 
hectares |4,1S:5,272 acres i. In the decade 1890-1900 the 
a\('ra,iit' annual iiroduction of wine in France was about 
;!(i,000,000 hectoliters (951,048.000 jiallons). In the years 
1900 and 1901 the production increased to 03,000,000 hec- 
toliters I l.(;(;4.334.000 gallons I, decreasino- to abcmt 38,- 
000,000 hectoliters 11,003,884.000 KJiHons) in the years 
1902 and 1903. In the year 1904 it increased to over 66,- 
000,000 hectoliters ( 1,743.588,000 iiallons). To the French 
wine judduction should be added that of Corsica, which 
amounts to about ICO.OOO hectiditers (4,226.880 "allonsl 

aunuallv. 

si'Ai.x, .\rsTi!i.\. Axn (;r.miAXY. 

The area dcNoled to \i(icnltiire in S]iain is estimated at 
2.000.000 hectares (4.942,000 acres i, on which annually an 
avcra,ii:e of about 21,000,000 hectoliters (554,778,000 gal- 
lons) of wine are produced. 

The wine production of Austria II iiin;ary, though limi- 
ted to a few sections of the Empire and sufferinu from the 
])hylloxera. maintains its place as fourth in importance 
anions; the countries of Europe. At present the Empire 



produces aiioiii C. (10(1. (too liccloliiers i 15S,5(IS,(I00 gallons 
of wlii.h .\nsiria furnishes (wo-tliirds and Hungary om 
third. 

(HMinany pi-odmcs about 2,.'iOO.(l(l(l hrclolilers ( (l(i,045 
0(10 uailoiisi ol wine annually. The years IS'.tCi and 190- 
wheii 5,00(».(i(io hectoliters 1132,090,000 jiallons) and 4 
0(10.000 hectoliters ( 105,(;72,000 j,'alloiisl, resitectivel; 
wcic ]pioducei|. were eXce]>tions. 



KtSSIA. SWlTZIttl.ANl). ANH -ft t!l<i;V. 

The annual in-odiiction of Kiissia, which now is 2,700 
000 hectoliicis ( IS, 492, 600 ;;allonsi, shows a tendency 1 
decrease. 

Swit/.ei-land"s annual pi-ndudion sliulilly exceeds 1,0(1(1 
(too hectoliters |26,41S.00() .gallons i. 

It is estimated that in European Turkey almnt 1.000,0(1 
hecliditers (26,418,000 gallons I are juoduced annualh 
Candia produces 100.000 hectoliters (2,641,S00 }i;allons 
and Cyprus 160,000 hectoliters (4,226,880 jiallons I. 

In the last (|uin(]ueiiniuiii the wine jiroduction of (Jrec( 
was about 1,200,000 hectcditers (31,701,600 jiallons). 

Amonji the extra Euro])ean conniries Turkey is the onl 
jiroducer of wine in Asia. However, viticultur<' is m 
eiitindy unknown in Asiatic countries, as .la|ian. Chin; 
etc. 

A.Mi:HlCA AM> At'STItAl.I.V. 

In America the followini;' countries produce wiiu 
United States, Mexico, Arjientiiia, Chile, Peru. Brazil an 
Kolivia. Their total annual production is about 7.000,00 
hectoliters (184,926,000 jiallons). 

In Australasia the jirajie is cultivated for conimerci; 
purposes, especially iu Queensland and Victoria. Hov 
ever, the jiroductiou of wine is very limited and there i 
little probability that it will increase. 

Professor ^londini con(dudes his article with the i'( 
mark that Eurojie, which leads the world in the productio 
of wine, will no doubt continue to lead in the future. 



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Producers and Distillers of HigK-Grade 

California Wines and Brandies 



LOS ANGELES, CAL, 
903-931 Macy Street 



O wne rs and Controllers of 3000 A cres of Choicest Vineyards located at Stalder, Riverside Co., Cal. » 

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Wineries and Distilleries : LOS ANGELES AND STALDER, CAL. 
NEW YORK CHICAGO 

14 and 16 Vesey Street J98-200 E. Kenzie Street 



BOSTON 
J 34 State Street 



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Jesse Moore II fl Whiskey 

BEST ON EARTH 




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JESSE MOORE-HUNT CO. 



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Distillers and lUbclcsalc im 



cicsalc Dqucr Dealers i 



SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. 



LOUISVILLE. KY. 



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PACIFIC WINE AND SPIRIT RKVIKW. 



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• Iiiliiis 1". I'.ilir<ii(l, llic udiijil iiiiin;i;:(i- nf ihc I'jicili 
("uiisi liriiiitli of till' I'Mciscluiiiiiin ( "niii](;ni\ , liiis ii;iii;;lit liu 

■:i;(h1 \\nl-(|s In SilV of IIXI"). lie rcpnl-ls llllll Ulltli' llilS licc: 
niiii-c iliMii s;il isfiiclni'v. ihcv liinFiiL; rccciviil llii'ir fill 
n1i:ii-i' (if liilsilici-s. wllilc lliis _\c;il- is oiiciiiim llji liinsi ;ii 
s|ii(i<iiisly. Ill the spcciiill ics (if l-'lciscliiiiaiiii <'(i. llic trad 
li,i\(' I (■(•o^iiizcd llicir iiicril, and tlic dciiiaiid was iii« rcasc 
The lidsfultlalt Co.. of tliis citv. rt'])(iil a vt'i-v prospcrdiis iminciiscly uudci- tlic jiivsciit al)l(' iiiana;;t'mciil. I'ci'fct 
war's Imsiiicss. Their spcciallics, aside from Ilicir ic<ialar tion and Pilgrim (iiiis Iiavc liccoiiie a rcconnizfd slaiidar 
liiU'S. have nu't with a very i;ratifyiii.i; reception. Tiie most for (htmestic Liin. and are meeting- witli tin- snccess thei 
successful of tliese are Irvinji's Apricot I'.randy, which is (|iialily deserves, ixilh iicre and in tlie Islands. The otln 
m)\v hein<ishi]iiied to tlie I'asi in carload lots. This liraudy lines of the house stan<l well in the year's averajje, holdin 
received (i(dd .Medals al the Louisiana Purchase Kxpo- their own in a way that is yratifyinji and jirodnctive of 
sition at St. l^ouis, and Lewis and ("lark Ivxiiositioii al lialance on the rif;hl side o\' the led;^cr in llie casting- u 
Torlland, (»rei;i>n. of acconnis for l!)(t~>. 



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THE WATER OF QUALITY 



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QUARTS, PINTS, SPLITS 



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M. LEVY & CO, Los Angeles ) Pacific Coast \ KENTUCKY LIQUOR CO., Tacoma 

SCHWABACHER BROS. & CO , Seattle \ Distributors / ROTHCHILD BROS., Portland 



LOUIS CAHEN & SON, San Francisco Distributors 



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549 Mission Street 



Phone Private Exchange 391 



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Messrs. Wodilin \ Little, the well known manufacturers 
of the Challenge wine ])uni]), and dealers iu pumps, fit- 
tiiiiis, windmills, cic. are now located in their new quar- 
ters at No. 20!t2!] .M a I'ket street. The establishment em- 
braces four stories and basement, having thirty-five thous- 
and s(iuare feet of space. The i)lace is ontlitted in an up- 
to-date st.vle with swil! and commodious ofbce.s, the whole 
plant being equipped i ; I he jjronipt and effective handling 
of business. It is withe I ([uestion one of the finest ])um]i 
houses in the T'nited St i's and is enjoyiiiii a sjilendid 
business. 



Wine and whiskey men anil brewers need hardly 1 
told thai the only ]place to procure ridilier goods for U 
in their line of production and l)nsincss, is the (ioodyei 
IkUbiier <"()., No. r)7:3-r)7!» .Market street. City. Asto(|ualit 
their goods are at the head of the list and their prices a 
as reasonable as any. In so far as the sco])e of their man 
facture is concerned, they are headciuarters for everythii 
made of rubber. Their hose made for the brewers and win 
men, is the best in the market. The house has a braiu 
at No. (Jl-tiT Fourth street, Portland, Oregon. 



PACIFIC WINK AND SPIRIT RKVIKW 



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LOS ANGELES DEPARTMENT 



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riiis syiHlMjitc liu|Ms to liu.v this imiiKipnlv Iiv jiiiviiii; Ici 
llicrity till* iiiiioiiiit iMiw ili-rivnl fiuin the J(l(l lircii<is, Init 
tliiTi- iii'i- iiifii w liu woiiM III' williii;; III laisi- tin- liiil ■'<l(Ml,- 
i:UO. i'i:iilii|i>iit iliiii ilii'v still wmilil iiiiiki- mnnry. Tin- syii- 
ilir:iii- will III- I'liiiti-iit, it is s;iiil, witli li |ii-i' ri/iit mi tlirii- 
iiiM'stiiii-iit. < till- liiipi-riil si^'ii is that imt all the ilniiv 
iii'\vs|ia|ifis iitr |i<tsitivrl.v riHiiiiiittril ill favnf of tin- 
■mIii'Mii'. Till- srniliirv nf tlii' sviiiliratr that is makiii;; tin- 



iii'\vs|ia|ii IS air |i<tsilivrl.v rniiiiiiitlril ill favor 
■mIii'Mii'. Till- srriilarv of tlii> svmliratr that is maiMu^ i n. 
raiii|iaii:ii is i|iiiiti-i| ass;iyiii;;: 

••The ilan;:ir to ihr iiioviinriil liis in thr tii;ht whirh 
ih.- I iMiiliiiicMJ limiiii' iiiicii-is ill till- I'liiii-.l Si;iiis ;iic' •_■" 



in;: <•• iiiaki- a;;aiiiMi us, fur ihix y\\\ uill i> I 

jioiiii ill till* hixtury nf lii|Uiiriliiiliii;;. Vuii •! ^i- 

tlii> ltn\viM*M ami ilistiiltTx mi- piiii;: to - Is ami 

allow UK In will this I'liiitfMl wiiliMiii a If flu* 

plan sun- Is lii-ii- il is ImiiiihI to siiiiciil A- v\ •• 

ari- in iiTi-ipt nf many iiM|iiirirs fnun nllur ri: w 

pmsprils of siirri-HH, aiiil till' «'V»< "f lIu* wlmh- mui 
upon IIS." 

Tin- wi'aki'st part of liu- wlmli- Milifmc, in (In* npinion of 
iiiaiiy. is thai tin* sinirss if l|ii' iiiuvi-iiiciH woiil<l r«-«iil» 
in ronvi-riin;; all tin- if^xtaiiraiils inin xaliH • 
liicnsf. 

The nia;^nilirfiil m-w l.fvy fafi*. lit tin- ruriior of Muiii 
ami Tliiril sirii-t, will, it is tliitii<;lii, Ih- rnuly tn it|N>ii Kelt- 
riiaiy iriih. Tin* ciitii-i- Itiiililin^ is lii-siKiKal fur tin* |tiir- 
piiscs of liir raff ami will possii^s many fi atnn-s m-w to tliiH 
roast. Till- ai'raii;:)-mriil ami ilitomiixiiH nf tlii> varioiiH 
ilinin^i looms will In- siip<ili ami wlini Al l.vvy r«*inriiH lo 
till- liiisini.s,s it will mark an i'|mm-Ii in tin- lity'.H liistort. 

Ataliis Nii-miyi r, for many y»'an«a wHI known nim- ami 
iii|iior ilcali-r in this lity, has fallmi afmil nf the pnliticinnH. 

Ill- U ;|s. MI'I'i >li'il nil I ill' I li:l !'<•,' iif \ iiil:il 111' 'I,, h. ii,,i' ..r.li 



PEERLE55 BRAND 



(iOLI) Mi:i)\L 



Wines and Brandies 



\ iiicyartl-s in San (ialjrii:! \ allc}-. \\ iiicry uml l)i^li^lcr3 
corner of Macy and Lyons Streets, Los Anijelcs 

Mij^hc-^t .-\\\ arils, Oold AUd.ils aiul Dijilomas hasc been iri\tii our Wiius wlurcNcr «.\- 
hihitct.!, as tollnw s : 

()M\tl\. iS'^S; (iUATlI.MAI.A. IS«>S: PHII.ADI I I'M I \. 1«0«>: PAk'IS. I'J»K): 
lUn-ALO. loot; ST. l.()LI5. 1^04. and POkTI AM) in I'Xi.'^. 




WHOLBSALI 



C<)Kkl.->fi>M>l ■t^l IN»III(> 



Southern California Wine Company 

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llnnic I'll.. lie. I v^ianKc l'> Sun*et. Main \M 

H>5 ANOEI.ES. CAL. 



PACIFIC WINE AND SPIRIT RKYIKW. 



ii;ui<-»'S and liis tricinls chiiiii t\\f iniil was due wli illv In 
the fact tliai lie had I'aMuvd ilic ilcciiuii nf ili<- pnsfiii 
('(Hiiiciliiian linin ihc Sixili Ward, a man w Im lias liccii 

a llioni ill (lie ticsll id' ihc ntlii'l' ( 'nlliuilllirli wIki lilld lie 
Idocks nialix of ilii'ir disliinicsl schrliics. 

I'oiir niniiilis a^ii mlirr |iariirs sniii:lii lo (•sial)lisli a 



Standpatters on Tariff Shown Some High 
Duties. 

(llIN SIIAIM' WII.I.IA.MS, llic Dciiiocialif Icadn- 
I hi' 1 lull SI' III III I in siiilali\('s, in his i'iidca\ni- in sii 
u|i Ihc iiiiipiil ics u\' Ihc in-cscid (arilT, made a mniiun 



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liiH...r hnusc within a l.h.ck <■( Nicmc.vc|-s |.|aic nf liiisi reduce all diil i<s I lial laii i.v.-r 100 per cciil ..niic men 



iicss. Tlu'l-c was a violent ]>rotcsi mi the |iail of pnipefl \ - 
o\\ IK i-s and Xicnicvcr was accused liy the I'olice i'.oai'd id' 
didnj: all he could lo make the com|daints as sifoiii; as 
piissihh'. lie was ciieij |o a|(|ieaf liet'oic the i'.oafd on that 
cliarjie, an nnnsual procccdinu in the cms oT saloon men 
ami |H( ceding; I'ldicc Hoard incnilieis. 

The result was, his liccnst' was rcxokcd and he was iii\en 
until the first cd' the year to ji'ct nut cd' liusiness. -lanuafy 
1st found him doint;- luisiness at the same <dd stand, and. 
it is alleiicd, the iiolice imniedialid.v set ahoni io hi'in;: him 
into court. 



.Manx olil I iiiieis immrn the loss of dojiii .M. N'iunes. who 
died in ihis city duriiiLi the monlii from a ru]>lure of a 
hloiiil vessel ill his liiain. lie came lo Lns .Vimcles tifly- 
tive years auo. .Mr. Vi-iiios was inn n in I'.nrdcinx. I'laiice. 
in ISL'li. lie arrived in IS.").', associating; himself with 
ilie late i.ouis N'iiiiies in wine makiiii;. .\t one lime he 
owned considcralilc ]iioperi,\ on .\liso street, and a street 

inthat i|uarierof iheciiy is known iiy liis name, lie leaves .<j;:{,,;_,)„s) duties paid.— C'n7(Tio 
a widow, three danuhlers and four sons, one of wlunn i 
I'oliceiiian II. I'. N'iLines. 



Use ini|iorled. He was clialli'n;icd to show sncli dnii 
and the couidr.\ was surjiriscd, although the taiilT is o| 
to all. to know thai there was such a lon<:; list of sudi 
cessi\e duties. Out of the list we jiive the follow im; rel 
iiiL; lo lii|iioi-s : 

.Mcohol ( if from (iermany under the reciiirocity treal, 
Sl.^ per cent duly; fll.TOO imi>orls, |!)!»,:{IIO duties. 

Uiatidy, ll'l percent duly; against Italy i reciproc 
I icaty I. \~>-\ ]>er ceiil. 

.Mcohidic compounds, Itil) per cent dnt,\- aiiainsl ( 'u 
l,l(i(i ]icr cent duty. 

din, J41 icr ceul ; .'ii").")0,(MH) impiu'ts, §1,:M .">.()( Id dni 
|iaid. 

(iin I if fiom I'hilippine Islands!, ."i7!l pei- cent fr 
Culia, L'TtI per ceiil ; from [''raiicc, 2Sn per cent ; from (i 
many. lIlM) per cent. 

( ttlier distilled s]drils not specitically pro\ ided for, 
per cent; |l,Sl'0,000 imports, .fi',l.'L'.""),(l('lO duties paid, 
fioni ("ulia, l,74:i per cent ; if from (iermany, ^M\ per ci 

Still wines, if from Italy, 107 per cent ; .sj!t(i,ll(Ml impoi 



Production of Beer in Austria. 



Frank .\. .Morrison, a K'iver.dde ilru'iuist, was lined -IfiiOO Consul Ledon.v, id' Pra-ue, furnislies the followinin- ^ 

for ille<;al licimu- scdlin-. This is the sec I lime he lias listics rciiardini; Ihe i.roduction id' I.eer in Austria for 

been arrested on this (diai-e. I'iif^t two years: 

The statistics for the hrewinj;- season 11)04") — Se]i(em 

1, 1004, to Ausiiist :M, lOO.j — as compared witli the sea: 

Even in San Hernardino an anti-saloon leaiiiie worker ii)()8-4. show a marked reduction in both production : 

(d.jected to the -rautin- of a lii|m:r license to the .\rrow- (Jovernment revenue. The cau.se nf the decrease in ] 

head Hotel. Init the liot(d won otil. duct ion is ascrilied clii(diy lo an increase in the beer t 

causiuii a ]>rop()i ticniate ad\ance in the price of beer i 

clieckiiiii consu!n]ition. The total jirodnction in Aiist 

.'. for llie seasnn litiCM was .")J:{,274,400 -allons. The tr 

])r()duction for the season 1004") was oidy 504,1S7,L'00 ; 

Ions, sliow'inii a decrease of 1!I,0S7,1'00 jjallons, or of a1) 

4 pel- cent. The total amount of beer tax collected for 

I'ritz (iiienthcr, so wcdl known to the Irade is makin.u season !!l():>-4 amouiited to 115,1 34, SOO, while thai for 

his .Murriila Hot S]triiiiis resort extremely ].opiilar. s' aso'i l!)(!4-.") amounled to only |14, 004, 400, showint;- a 

L. JI. crease in revenue of .fo30,400. 



In San Hie^o imw it is ](iissiiile to i;e| wiiii' and i)eei 
with meals Sundays. For a time the town was loo "ili\ 
to pen-niit even that. 



'WHen in 

LOS ANGELES 



do not forget to pay a ' ^ ua/'sJ ^ \( a iaaj a 
visit to tHe magnificent 



Cafe Bristol 



Under tKe Manageipent of tKe well-Rnowr» Proprietors 



SCHNEIDER (Q. FIEBER 



!'\CI1-IC WINT W'T) SPIRIT RKVIKW 



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Conuiicrcial Morality 



••Sclili.lii :ilc- lllill'-s whill Illtv sirlll 
nnilfi's (lisiihni il liv nliMiinni-fiiiriiif, 
Wiiirs iii;isi|ii( null- iiiitldii f<in-i;:ii iuiiim', 
I'll Ill whiskies iin- i»l«| oiilv in iiiinu'." 

Ii iii:i_\ he h.iiicslly saiil tli:il llnif is inon- inilli lli:iii 
|MMtr\ ill tin- f(in'j;«»iii^. Wlini tin- .Miisi- hilmriMl ami 
fvnlMil this |itN'iii il was hss rmiifi n<t| with iiirtic, rliviiu- 
4ir |ilir:isc liiaii with tin- siliialion which sii;:;^'(siril hiirstiii;: 
into sii||<;. 

Schrhil Uy liniijoil's to write ahoiit "("uiiiiiu-rrial .Mur- 
aliiv"* pills Miu- ill a i-alinT ciniivtual |utsiliuii. Wh.v si-- 
ItTliMl? Mav oiu- lay tin- llallrriiif: niirtiiMi t<» his smil that 
Itniifiiil's thinks his linni st v ciitith's him to art in that 
raparii\. ui- that his lark of it malihs him to do s > fiom 
l'.\|M riclirc? 

A wave of refonn srt-ms nceiitly to have swept over the 
eoiinlry. We all know what a liirhl .leiome, onr Distriet 
Attorney, has lately won. .Mayor Weaver, of I'liihnlelphia, 
on elntion (lay. hired l'."i(» eolle;;e men to art a- special 

policemen ami also the entire footliall lea f Swarliimore. 

These, in adililioii to the reiinlar police force. w«-re us( d 
solely for the purpose, the .Mayor .says, of seenrinj: a ri;:lit- 
eons ami correct vole. Why the feol!)all team was en- 
;;ai,'e<l is not clear, unless Keform with a Knsh was sought. 
Itnt these ami other fiicts evidence an earnest desire for 
honesty, and when it comes to Imsiness jiolicies and meth- 
(ids. ciinsideialile agitation is likewise discernihle. 

1 1 is prohalile that never was there more cari- ami in- 
te;:ri!y exercised in the prodnction of lii|nor than today. 
Sanitary and hyirienic science have -ireatly aided in hrin*.:- 
in^ alMiiii this result. A real solicitmle for the welfare of 
the piililic has also lie«>ii a factor, donhtless sn','';esicd hy the 
necessities of |e;iislative enactments which many Stales 
have instituted, ihe a*;itation and enforcement of which 
have lii'on;;lit home to prodnceis its advisaliilily in a for- 
rihle manner. IJnt at all events there is, for the most pari, 
Kiiicere desire to fnriiish rnlin — honest vahie. 

.\ p-ntleman. a rank te<'totaller, recently i'n;;aj;cd as Itiit 
ler. a man who deilareil he. too, was a devotee »»f the water- 



\\ii;;oii, never toiiched a drop, etc., etc. A tlay or two jifter 
his employer found him taking ii drink from a IhiHk of 
whisky. lndi;:iiaiil. he d<-iiiaii'i< <■ •>' • vplanalion. calling 
the Itiiiler's alleniioii to ilie under whirli he 

had Im-i'ii hiriMl. The hiiller. .i, _ ,:, st.i'"' 'i-'' al- 

llioiich i' teeloialer. lie iliaiik«il tiiNl he was if 

Well, then* is a ;;inn| ileal of that sort of il...... .in) 

m-ss today. While we an* all hon<i(t, hhwI of iis an* not 
hi^oiecl Trusts iioiw ithstaiidinu, it is llie ap* of ciini|M*- 
I it ion, which wtm never so kii-n, nor was ImsiiiesM ever I"*- 
fore done on so small a iiiar{;iii of pnitil. KxpeiiHi-M of con- 
diictiii}; Imsiness ;;et heavier and heavier, ami iik a niatlfr 
of fact ;renenil conditions today render il alisoltilfiy nw- 
essjiry, if one is to siicce<*«l, to meet ilies4* condilionH. 

Tile world is full of ;{oim1 people. Some an* not onl.v 
•iood; they are lii;;otei|. Take the prohiliitionists. An* all 
their slat'-nienls ipiiie true? .\re they not sometinies cnilly 
cf exaf;j.'eialion'.' Their defeiisi- may Im*. they an* jiistitie*! 
in laying' on the eolorin;: pn-ity thick, to niaki* it the nion* 
elleciive. They an* seekin;: success. Ih the nien-liani who 
calls his w liisky, with live pilloiis uf rye in a l>arn*l, flm* nlil 
rye whisky any less jiisiifn**!? lie, too, s^i-ks Huen-K*. If 
il sells well, it is line— for him. A;ie is so n*lative. It may 
.svem olih'r than it really is. like a ;;iHid many of us. 

Commercial morality is lar^-ly inllueiiced liy the Ameri- 
can desire to p-t on. to make pHHi. til In* succi-sxfiil. So 
far as it ajiplies to the wine and spirit tnnle our inemlMTs 
.seem to In' fully Up to the standard si-t hy their fellow 
merchants in other hniiiches, ami. on the whole, the pnlilie 
;.'els a sijiiare deal. \ol ]ierhaps a lii$:ole<l ileal, hnl its 
detractors to the conii-iiry. notw ithsiandiiiK the siandani 
of |iurity of wines and liipiors is as lii;>h lure as in any 
country in the world. The health of the ImnIv |Militie stiHiiN 
III he ^ooil. Cases of piii.siiniii;; do ix-etir soinelinieN, htit 
much more often from caiine«l fiNNls or soine form of 
|ftomaine poisoiiin<r than from iidiiltenilei! lii|iiorK. Xli<>n* 
is no doiiht a pxNl deal of niishriindiiiK and all llu* "im- 
|>i:i-le«l" ;;iHids sold in this coiinlry do iio| eomi* fmm 
ahi-oad. Sometimes this may In* due to tin* desin* «if lln* 
piirchasin;: pnlilie to pos«" as Inm-rs of "iin|Mirli*<r wlnt-M, 
who would scorn to have domesiie ^innIm in their himitic 
Human nature is pn-tty nuieh the Kiimv in biiyrr aH in 
.seller. — Hiiiifi H jinmH, of I'rnin- Jiiity Famr, in Itonforl'a, 



/fin t^'rnnrfjro t'^^yf/rtt/. /r/tft » ./f. >y/irAtt v o. 



ffft* t'^yor/' • '^yr/rti /. f' . Jft itttrt/ 








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PACIFIC winp: and spirit rkvikw 



News of the Northwest 



SIIATTI.!':. Wjisli.. .I;iii. I'd. — I'ollowiiij; liic iiiiiiimiicc- 
iMciil of llif irifijivr i.f I lie Sc:itllc lii'cwcrics cninc tlic 
iiiiunuiicciMcnt lliat an tiiiliini liaii Ihcm taken ami cluscd 
on tlic holdings of K. \\ S\\ctiii'\, in (lie Scalllr I'.rcwin^ 
and .Mall inji Conipanv. hy llniiricli Itins. Whiicllir llnii- 
I'iclis ;n-c laruv sliuk linldns in llu' Sc;iillr r.ivw in- and 
.Mailing ("iinpany liicy lia\c <i|Mi;ilfd the Ilmiiicli IJios. 
IJrcwini; Co., indi pcndcnl of ihc olhcr conipany. Il is 
luulcrsUiod iliai Andrew Ilcnirhli will conlinnc as presi- 
dent and i.onis llenirieli will snceeed .Mf. Sweeiu'.v as 
inainiiicr. In the jiast lln- llenirieli interests liave had lit- 
tle to do with the niana.ucinent of the hi.ii Seattle iJicwinj;- 
ami Mi'.ltinj: plant at (ieorp-lown, other than Andrew 
lleinrieh aelinii as iiresideni — .Mr. Sweeney liaviiii: had 
the entire inanaiicnn-ni of ijie piani. .\lr. Sweeney is re- 
jHirted to have li(nnilii a Iraei of hind near (Jeorp'towii 
since severinii his rehilions with the ohl eonipany, and 
it is nndersiood that lie will lie^in the ererlion of a new 
brewerv in the near fnlnre. 



i;ike some ael ion lo (n force the comidianee with the Sf 
law in rejiard to the Snmlay closinji of saloons. .\ rem 
stralini: petition eonlainin.i; e\cn more names was also | 
senl<'d !o the Coniiril. .\elion was deferred. 

.\rnied with a search warrant, lw<i deteelives went 
.Madison I'aik, one of Seattle's most ii(t]inlar park resoi 
and arrested the pio|nietoi- after locatiiii: the usual "hi 
pii;," The city refuses lo ^rant a license fur le^itiin 
SI lliiii; at this place, and as a conseipieme from one 
three lilind |iii;s are in emistant operation. .\ simi 
ariest was made at lliliman City, and the jnoprieior lit 



• lamlilinji in Seattle is nnder a han and uaines are hein.u 
watched closely. .\ few days ;ii;o a solo i^anie was raided 
and two men arrested ami lined. The ].roiiriel(ir ami iwo 
dealers at the I'niied Stales saloon were also arrest (d and 
releasi d mi hail. While the pimi's are watclied. no arrests 
(if any iiii]ioriance ha\i' liei n made, and jdayini; is c.irried 
on reiinlail.w the onl\ difference heini; that llie.v are (piiel 
and in the jiool rooms ihi- oilds are not chalked n]i unless 
the owiu'ts are jiail icniavly st roiiii'. 



The Walla Walla <'iiy ("niimil lias jnsi jiassed an 
dinam-e proliihitinu ilie use of slot nia<-hines, and li.x 
the ])eiially f<ii- \iolalioii of the ordinance at from ."j^LMI 
^KMI. Three of the Walla Walla saloons w iiose liceii 
were revoked six weeks a^o for violating' the anti-fiamlil 
law wci'e lii-anted new licenses. The iirojirietors of t\\( 
them ha\(' chanued and the other two will prohaiily 
i;i\'en licenses at the iie.xl meelinu of lli' ('oimcil. 

Two jndi;nienls lia\e lieen entered against l»i'. .1. 
Tliems, fiMiner sniierinlendent of the Anti-Saloon l.ea: 
in Seallle. The two amount to ahont .1*:?,(MI(). The alle 
misapproiM iai ion of funds en the part of Tlioins is s 



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At Hallard the same conditions exist. I'm' a short time 
after the overhaul in.ii: there was nothiim doin^ and evei\\- 
thin.ii' was closed. Now all kinds of j;aines are 'lein^ con- 
ducted, some liehind closed doors and others openly, hnl 
they are all takiiij: in ilie money. The (Srand -Inry al 
Taci.ma caused a liciieral e.xodns over there. 



-Mayor Ualliniicr is not a camlidale for re-election, hnl 
lie is one of the ImsiesI men in Seallle just the same. Ai 
tlie present lime lie is preparini; to eslaiilish a new system 
of reiiorls on new saloon licenses. ('o|>v for I he hlanks 
ba.s been iiiveii lo the jirinter and \-ery soon a ihoroinih 
method of invesii^ali(m will sn])ersede the present jirac- 
tice of oral re])oris. rmler the new plan the lilank reports 
are to he tilled ont and siji^ned hy the investiiiJitinji' ollicer 
and will he kcjl on tile as jiermanent records. This will 
result in an ollicial lile containinj;- the standinu of any 
saloon oi- its pro])iieior, with reference lo chiiracler, etc., 
and will simplify malieis when renewal oi' licenses are 
asked. 



C. L. SCHALITZ AUGUST R. RETHEY E. T. MORRIS 

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The new Mayor of i'ellinuham in his imuiiniral address 
told the ]»nhlic thai i^amhlinu would he slopped, saloon 
Itoxes harnd, the eiiihl hour law he enforced, ami many 
other Ihiiiiis done for the ••peace and prosperilv of the 
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[0 ii:itf from Ilis assiiiii|itii)ii nf till' <lin i<s III sii|.criiiti-iiilfiii iissiMinii'il with tin- iiim i>i .Liimh •"ii mhu >!• i .iilhh n.i- 

i>f the lfiii:iu'. .liimiarv 1. I!Mi:{, aiid ruiilimiKl lill In- was sold liis iiitrnsi tn William .MolTat nf nmniTtnii. WuhIi.. 

nsktil i«i i'csi;iii .Iiil.v 1. l!l(ir>. Tiiiniis is al llic iircsfiil lime who will licl|i to rmiiliK-t tin* liiisiiuss. Tlir l{i'«f|iliuii \U\r, 

ill till- Kast ami iKi iiMiiKiliah' ftViU't is In Ik- mailc ti> •ollcct <iii I'ikc stni-i, lias just iliaiip-i| liaiulK. aixl l'ik«> Ktni-t 



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lias aiiotlii'i' ami m-w plaii- run liv Jnlitisun, n*4'i'titly <if the 
'•Kiiliflii'u." ami tin- foniirr inaiinp-r of tin- I'aliuf Il«ilrl 
iSar. The new |ila<c is mi tlii> i-ni-m-r of Foiirili nvniiir miil 
IMkc sinft, ami is ralird liu- "Iji Towji." 



Mr. Ah in llciiii-irli, rrfsiilcnl nf llii- Al» riltcii nrrwiMv 

I'll., has liiiii;:lit I In* inttTtst of iCriicsl Hlnih, llii> ariiii;; 

niaiia;.'! r. .Mr. nimli yncs to ralifnrnia wiicn- Id- lias a 

halfintin-si in the Nana It*' ami <"i>M Slnram* Co. „„ ..... , ... 

I he lml<-|i<-mli'tit Iti-rwin;; ( niiipaiiv of s«-alllf ih Iiiihv 

cxirmliii^ its Imith' wiirks ami aililiiic iu*« fcriiiriiling aiul 

Nmili Yakima is no ninii- a ilr.v lnwn. Sciiaini' W. .1. sli>ra;;c rrlhirs wliiili will inrr«>iiH4> tin- xlurap' ni|mi"ity 

Itti-il was fhcltil .Maviir nil an ii|>tii Inwii (ii-ki't h.v a ;;ihii| l.iHHt liarnl.'^. 

inajiirity. 

.Mr. l.ii«|iii|il ."xi linn. II, Hh- iniwir ••! iMjuni.i.i, Wa-li., 
^\ I It'iiiili. .1 Will kiinwii liical siliiiiii mail will ii|>iii ii|) has ilmiahfl In that city a lM>aulifiil Kwixfi chalrl, wliirli 
his iii'w |ilar*- iin I'mirth avriiiir smilh aliniii tin- I.MIi of was part of ihc hrcwcry's i-xliiliil in Purllatiil. Il will 
l''i-l>riiarv. .Mrl''ai-laii. who has for a iinniiii'r of vcais i 11 In* placril in Prii-Ml I'ark. \V. t4. 




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56 PACIFIC WINE AND SPIRIT REVIEW. 



P. C. ROSSI SEES A ROSY OUTLOOK. 



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AKIOVIKW of Ilic v.ar l!l()."> im.v.s llwiMlicivliiis l.ccM iircs l.rf.iiv oik-, is ciis.v In arrivf ;il. iiiiiiK-ly. tlial 

ii Lril.T IVrliiiii ii<.( niilv Willi til.' lr;..l<'. I.ul lli.- im.- sladis is a li<'allli.v nur. 
.l.ir.T Calin.niia wines sIm.w an appivriahlr -aiii, wl.i.h is The .|ualiiy nf il„. Ili;i.-, vinia.u.' lias IuiimmI .,ul .-xc. 

,,ai-(i.-ulai-lv to Ik- f.n.n.l in llu- Stairs . ast ..f tin' Korkics. a inply li-.n.l In,- il,.,.,- wl,n Urmw Imw u.kc -oo,! wii 

s.Tti.111 of ilu- .•..unti-v. iiM-i.l.M.tailv, wIhm,. it is the .Irsiiv Im- llic .map.s «..■,• nrv.r in I.HI.t .-nn.iit m.i. a.i.l tli 

..f the im.i.M.t.TS .if ("aliforniii win.s tn .i.vcl..p lix'ir mar- .•nM !"■ "«• hmmv i.l.'al s. ,isnn jm- wi.i.-inakin.u il.au I 

krts «)f r,.ni-s.-.tl..-( Viast .l.'inniid m-uwssira.lilv will. 111." of H'" piist fall. Tli.- w.alli.T was p.Tl.'.l, 111.' ,iira 

population. ;n.,l ran alwavs 1,.. .■..u..l,.l npun tor Hi.' mn- iiia-uiHcnil. an.l whil,- s,,.,,.- | r win.'s liav.. h.-.Mi m 

sun.pti..n ..f a .•..n.parat.iv.h lai;;.- .|nai.lilv of ...ir wiu.'s. tli-'V an- ll,.' .x.-.'pl i-ns. Tl„. i;..n.l win.s n.a.l.. last v 

Tiicivaivs<-v.Taltiiinj;sl.'n.linu lolliisa.lvan.-.' in ('alitor- I'^'v.' all Mm- .|iialili.'s |o iiiak.- iImmii -l.-sirahle -for afi 

nia vinta-.-s tl.rou-li.ait tl... Kasi an.l Snnili. I sli.ml.l say inin.os.'s, an.l this la.l was sunn i<..iii.ii/..'.l l.y the In 

tliat tl... sl.-a.iilvin.pn.vinn-.p.aliiv. I-.ii.t ,n..l!..Mls ofl.an- Asa rcsnll ih.'s.. s,.,m:.I. w.' a.l.-. 1!MI.-. wni.^s liav.- li 

,liin.> a.lv.i-lisin- an.l scllinii- wines aiv tile I'l-'iH-'P:'!""'-*^- ^'-''^'Iv l"'"?i"'' ''^ •''■"''■'•^ ^^'"' =il'l"'''>-'l<' l"Ji'' «1'>-'1 

Th.T.-is, u.'sti.mast.. tl..-.'slal.lisl....l stan.lar.l.piality ini.l it must lu' sanl tlinl lli.'y hav,- willm-ly jianl 

of our Caiitovnia win.'s al iliis linn, an.l ii -.-.'s witlH.nr l'H'''s. As a n-sult tli.-iv is at lliis tini.- littl.- wm. 

savin- that llu-v will 1... improv.-.l up..u as .air vin.'yanls Ini^li M'".-.lily in tirst hands. 

•n-owohl.T. ..urs..ilsninn. ,n.ll.iwaii,|...iriii.-tli.Mlsofhnn.l- Takin- a jicm-ral vi.-w ..flli.. ni.lusti-y, 1 w.ml.l say, t 

lin- inii.n.v..,! ni...n. Th.'s.. h.-in- fa.ts tli.- -ivat .h'si.hM-i- " i^ ""^v '» 'i '""^^ .'.ivialil.' i.ositi..n an.l ii.'V.,- h.-f.m 

tun. iswi.l.Timl.li.-ilvllinMmlH.ul III,, um.t .-..nt.Ts ..f i-o].. i'^ ''i^f'T l'''^ i* ""■«■" ^" l'V..si,.'r..iis. it ,s In,- lli.. w 

ulati.m. I.. Ill,- .MHl thai tii<- i.lain. .mlinary p...pl.. mav I..- '""'" "»' < "alitoniia lo s..,- Ihal iliis pn.sp..nly .•..ntin 

shown that u.)0(Us..nn(l. honest (^ilif..niia wiii.'s .an h." lia.l ni.l.-hnil.'ly. V. ('. l{ossi, 

at a pi-iee that hrin-s it within tli.- iii..ins „( Ih.. av.Ta-e Pi-osideni llalian-Swiss Cuhnv 

faniilv, an.l furlhcr. llial lli.s.' same win.s ar.' wliolesoine, ~ 

an.l nirih..nn..n.. a.v .■..n.iii.iv i.i I1..1I11, an.l innp.'ran.'e. California Fruit Brandies, Etc., Populariz 

This inall.T of inilili.-il v is li.'iiio- i;iv.'ii a ur.^al .h'al of < ,, .. ■ ,- ,,,,., 

' .■ , ■ ,, • 1 . Sax FuAX.'isco, < Al... -Ian. L'l, 1!M)( 

tli.nmlil liv 1 !.■ nri)i;r.'ssi\e men .'imai;.'.! 111 11:.' m.liistvv -_^ ... ^, ,, ,^ ^, ,„, , 

■ • • ■ ■ .. . O ''''I"*'" ^^ 1^1 -^M' f^i'ii'iT Iticvii'nv — DiOAitSiu: That 

an.l Ilnn. is n., .l.nihr Hi.t,- will 1... s.,m.. ..||...ln.. m...ns j^ ,,opularilv .,f lii^h ura.le California pr.Mlu.-ts is st. 

fonii.l to a.-.-..mplish ih.- .mhI. Tl,.. lii^lil kin.l ..f a.lvertis- .^^, i„,,,,„i„„: j, ^-i.leneed hv the laruv .l.nmn.l for 

in- iii.ans sii.-.-..ss. ami all Ihal .air Calir.nina win.-s need j,;.,„i,„.^^ throughout the Ignited States, 
to -ive them a -ival .•.msnmi.l i.m, is tli.' ri-ht kind ..f Th.' -ivat i.re.jn.lie.' a-ainst an arti.-le of .hmiestie niii 

a.lvertisin-— they hav.. all l lie oilier .|ualitieations. fa. lure is -ra.lually hee.unin- less and less, and thi: 

Th.- X.'w V.'ar o])i'iis up \.My auspi.iously willi a fair esi>ecially Hi.' .as., with the consuni.'rs of .-.irdials, ]i 

di'iiian.l. Th.- m.isl encoiirai;iin: fealiire is Ihal ]']asl.'rn fruit lu'an.li.'s an.l jiure fruit syrujis. The American ] 

c.iiisum.rs hav.' arrived ai Ih.' ]i.iinl w h. re th.\v ai'.' he- ]1.' hav.' l.ain.'d to aiii)reciate 111.' loiii.- \alu.' .if a 1 

liinnini; i.) dis.'iiminale in ili.' matter ..f .pialily as a-ainst -rail.' (■.)r.lial and its slimulatini; prop.'iisil i.'s. 
till' mailer of lah.'ls. A lew y.-ars a-o llie sal.' of iinitati.)n H.'iuii l.).-ale.l in a fruit c.'iiler with an aliiiiidani sii| 

sweel wiii.'s an.l th.' fa. -I that Ih.'Si' .•..ii.'o.-l i.ms were of the v.'ry h.'sl .piality at ..ur d.i.ir. w.' .'iijoy advant; 

calle.l iMMl, shi'iry. <'l.-., 1..I many .if Ihos.' n.il familiar which ar.' nn.'.|iialle.l in any .itli.'r iiail .if llu- Un 

with win.' .|iialiii.'s In Iniy ill.' sliiir h.'.-aiis.' of the low Slal.'S, an.l the f.nin.l.'rs of lliis Imsiness, .latin- as 

jiri.-.' at whi.h it was s.ild. f'.irl niiat.'ly it has not taken ha.-k as isr.i.', -av.- this imimrtant .|iiesti<m S])ecial cou 

a v.'iy l.ai- time for hnih ira.l.' ami .■nnsiim.'r to tin.l that erati.in as th.' basis for th.' inakin- .)f cor.lials and f 

they w.'r.' liein- -rossly imimsi'il n|..]n. The r.'siill is Ihal hraii.lies. 

they now kiinw that Ilnr.' ar.' sn.h lliinus as ]iiir<' Call- I'.a.-k.-.l l.y half a century of .'.\]i.'ri.n.i', w.' have 

f.irnia wiii.'s m 1..' ha. I at reasonahli' pri.-.s fmin anv r.'- .•■•'.led in ])lacin- on the market, an arli.l.' .if llu- hi-1 

liahle h.iii.^.' in Ih.- Stal.'. whi.h win.s ar.' .nlir.'ly diff.'i-- l><'i-f«'rti.m, fpiality and imrity ami it is uralifyin- t 

cnt from the sn-.-alh'.l wine that still can \h- f.iiind iii our continued efforts have heeii .mwii.'.l with success 
some Kasti'rn l.).alitics. ami Ih.y are imw .lis.riniinalin- Business durinj;- !!)().") was very salisfactory an.l vlie 

in favor of ih.'se wines. Th.' r.siill of this .lis.riminal i.ni l«'"'l< ''<"■ l!l<><> '« iii">^l encouraiiin- JJeiMU-ts from th.' v 

can I..' r.'a.lily se.'U, as it will had t.) -r.'al lhin-< Inr lli.' "«i^ s.'.li.ms .if the .-.aintry jiriMiiise w.'ll f.U' the .-oa 

in.lustry eventually. .\<;ii'- V.'iy t inly yours. 

The vinfa-.' Miis y.ar has h.'eii l.etw.'. 11 ..ne-.piarl.'r an.l '''"'' ^^- *'• ^'^'^^^^^ ^ J^-^-^-^ <''»•• 

one-third shorn 1 !ian that ..f l'.l(»4. .My .'siiniat.' cf the Per Andre Kaas, Secrelar. 

]ir.idu.'i inn .if sw ■.■\ wiue this scas.ni is ali.uit IliirL-eii 

millinn -allniis ai 1 nf .Iry winis ah. ml Iw.'iilx- million, .\s a lioli.lay sniivenir. IJidley's A\'ine i^: Sjiiril Ti 

niakin- a lot.il .'1 -ay thirty 1 lire.' milli.in fiallons, as Circular, of Loud. in, sent their subscribers a tine <'n.-ra\ 

a-aiiist f.irty iiiilli.n ^ in I!Mt4, an.l f.irty-five millions in of the city of Ejiernay. It is a rejn'oduction of a ])li 

IWKi. The conclusion ;i> i.i th.' siliiati.in, with Ih.'se ti-- -ia]>h, and w.'ll worthy to he framed and preserved. 



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Pha'be Cousins Says Wine Helps to Uplift. I'iii«' l><'<'r and win.' mv .l.Miiaii<l(<l, ami if anv mai 

rouiMl .;;i\iti.u ninwinc m- licci- llia( is iinl |iiirf, 

MISS I'lK )i:i'.l': cnlZINS is iinnniiniii l<icla\ as an licctis;. is lak^Mi away IniTvir. 

;„lv.„;u.-nni,rnTna.i.,Hnl nil 1„. ..niirm an. Tin- "'1 I"'-'" ="v i,lrnl .■.„„! „^ wlii.- -ninthly havr 

, , . ,. , . , I. \[,- ii:rir (iai-i< side. N'ui Imi- ai;(> I w as waliciiijidnw n (in 

1)1 was luinulincd iiiln ( "uiii;i'css two viars a,ni> li\ .Mr. ,,.,.,, , .■ , ^ . ,• 

I lie lasliiuiiiilil<' avcmii's, and (lie niosl iironimcnl iimi 

l{i.l,ai-d I5artl.nld(. tl... n-.-naHn.rnl ..f w In.l, has hr, n „„, „,,^ ,,,,.„„,•..,,,,,, I divssrd n.an |...si)iv..ly suint..Ni." 

slifnnnusly upiicsr.l liy liir W. *'. T. r. anil ilir .\nli- ^^^.^^ ^.^,,,.^. , ^^ ni.'Uls ihc hnck of liis head nr 

Saln.>n l.rauuc. <■( wiiicli Willmr ('rails is liir Icailcr. inndird ihc pavcnicnl. Tiir I'lijnilur Srlt tn-i Mniilhli/ 

.Miss ( 'cmzins is niiw sia.\in;:al ilic Ki.u.^s Ihinsc. where Inni; since itnldisjied an an iele im l In -e pudr \> leiclics, 

sh.. will remain till .Mareli. II, r i-e.urd. aparl Irnm her slated that tiu' nalinns of all a^.s had s,,nn- nietlnK 

,. , , 111, 1 I ;. elimiiialinu snperllnoiis ineinliirs of sneiel \ . In lliee 

nianv nmh ftakiims, has hi en a reniarUahh ■. .-lie hem;; . - ' 

(lavs it was war; as ei\ili/.al inn aihanees siiiiielliini; 

,l,,.,„lv wnnian who has ..ver served as I iiiled Slates Mar- ^^^"^.^ .^^ ^^i^^^.^, ^^_^^, ^.^.^_^,|,^ ,^^ ,1^^. ^^^^^^^^.^ _.^,^^,l,^ .,^ 

shai. Her laliiei- was ler many years liiiled Slalis Mar- i,,,,,,,,^,.,,,,.,,! ,>( ilie race. Weak siieeimens nl' hraii 

shai under hnili KeiMildicaii and Dcnioeial ic adiiiiiiisi ra- pl,ysi(|Ue cmiie dnwn In us ihrniii;ii ilie ;iues. and ini 

titiiis. When seriiiiislv injured dnriu.u ( "le\ eland's leiin, peraiice is i lie iik I Imd Nat me lias nf eiiiiiiiial inu I he ixi 

his (hnmhier Innk cliariif of his ollie.', wliieli she tilled for speeimelis nf hiiniaiiiiy." 

,1 1 ,■ ■■ 1 ,1 i>.. .; 1 ,,i ( 'I,. 1-,. 1-111, 1 r-iil "This slalciliellt i;reall\ cnnllicls with the WOllde 

several months lielcre Ins deal h. I'resnlenl ' le\ei.iii(i i.iii ^ • ,. , . , 

,,.,, ,. , wci-ds nf ('jirisl : 'I am cnmc in save lliai which is ln> 

init to make a new a|)|ioini meni, .lusliee .Miller, nt ilie ^ ,,,, .<|,.,i 

rnit.'d Siat.'s Supreme Cnnrl, came In SI. I.I. nis and slated .'.ii.,"!",, ,„,, say Inst thrnii.uh drunkenness. Cjirisl 

thai ill view nf the very eminent services iinth nf the late ,|,|, f,.i,.,||| ,,f puhlicans and sinners and wine liihhers, 

Maishai ami his daiiuliler. he fell il dm (o Imlli nf llieiii chaiiLied water intn wine ai the iiiarria,n-(' feast of Ca 

that she till oiii tile term. She was also made <'nmmis- •■ciiitisr .xoi ac.vix.st l.lQfoK." 

sioner for the Slate of .Missouri m the World's Fair <'X- "I"'"! was iml this done to lift these ]„ le fmm i 

,,,,,. I , ..,,...,.,... natural seh'es to sniiiet liiim lietter'.'" 

i>ositi(Ui and was secri'larv to the linard ot lad.\ mana.uers. , . ' , , ,■ ,, 

' ■ . " 1 Ins ])ossil)l\- max lie li-iie, liul so lar as we are aid 

-wim: .;(ii:s with rivii,i/..\Tio.\.s. ^^,^,^ ,.; ..,^ people'iii tlinse days as in .airs had had hahit 

.Miss Cou/.ius. on heiii- asked by Tlir /•o.vi for a full ex- ^^.,,|| .,j^ ^]^^, p,„„. .,,1,] i,- ciipj^, |,;,,| ^yislird to eliiui 

jiression id' her views, slaiied out liy sayinii 1 hat "all wine- drink, II<' would have heeii found aiiioni; the rich as 

in-odueiiii; eounliies ;ire counlriis leadinii i'l civilization, as the iioor." 

I'(.silivelv no alcohol Hows iliioiii:h the -u/^.l'' nf iheTiirk <>" '>''i'i,U asked why she advocated the i-eiulrodiic 

, ' . .. ,, 1 . I ,1 1 I i; ,. of the canteen into the ariiM. .Miss <'nuziiis said : 

since the time ol .Malinmel , and llnre are no liloodier or ,. , ' . i ,■ ., 

"l.ecause the loss el the canleell demoralizes the a 

""■'■'■ l'"'="l"'" I"'"P1'' in 111.' wnrld. j^^^^l^_ ^^_,^, .,,, ^,,..^,^. ^^,^j,.,,,.^_ ^^.,1^ ,.^.^^ ...veei.tioiis. re 

"It is an a.-kunwIcMl-cd fad that human naliire iii'e<ls ^i,.,, ,|j,. |,,^^ ,,,• n,,. ..anleeii arf<cls their men serioi 

an incentive. They ud niitsiih' llieir harracks and frei|uei't the hr 

"Oriental nalinns are addicled In the use id' narcnti<s. divi s, salnous and ,;!amhlin^- jilaces. The result is not > 

Kn-laml Imlds her coloiiiis of Cliina and India to-day "k' I"ss (d' money and (dotlies. l.nf loss of momls. w 



throiiLili narcotic iiillueiiee, forcin;.; tin in to take narcotics 



ntterlv niiHfs tlieiii for dutv and causes desi'rtimis. II 



])ro|)er quota <d' ]uire wine and beer w; re allowed at 

army ]iosls. with the recreation rooms, they would rei 



and o])iuiu rather than stimulants." 

Miss Conzins spoke slronuly a;iainst the closiiiu of tin 
)>iinr man's saloon on Sunday, w in n. for inslaiice. the doors ^ - ~- ~. 

"'V::l::::z:zz ;:::;;:,. s, ■ :„ ,«r. iiupobtjiiit to DiSTiiiEBS m Mi pke 

h('lie\cd that nnich injury is done |o society hy the closed 
dooi-. The imlcasl .Ma.L;daleii and desiuiiin^ criminal, if 
debarred rroiii their natural haunts, are far more apt to 
prey njion society \ iciously than if allowed their natural 
dens." 

"Does not ymir assertion ariiue ai;aiiisl the ureal refor- 
mation inaujiu rated for the hellermeiil of the human race'.'" 
she was asked. 

"\\'e iirc not s|ieakiii;i of the comlilicuis as they should 
he, hut as they are. No matter wlial the (diurches say, we 
cannot eliminate the passions and aiipetitcs of mankind 
liy any edict of the Leiiislature. 

now IT iiKLi's SDcirrv. 

"1 am as ardent as any temperance advocate for the 
cause of supplant ini;- adulterated drinks hy luire wine and 
beer. "Where are there more t;ladsoine s])ots than the ,i;ar- 



Copper ai 
Brass W 



Schalitz & Morris 

sucCEsrOHS TO SANDERS COPPER WORKS 

309-311 HOWARD STREET, SAN ERANC 

Southcin California Branch: 

dens of Germany, AVllich are sn]iported by the government'/ Pat'dSept. 29, iSgi Patilic Copper Works, Inc.,. Los Angeles, C 




Tlio scconipanying cut illus 
ov:r ORIGINAL (JONTINl 
&TII.I., Bhich wc have imp 
cacil siasou until it has reach 
present perfection. 

•Ihis STILT,, which has a 
received our special attentioi 
51 inly, has been of material 
i:n.e lu securing fur California 
wi-.c:j and brandies the high ra 
the world which they hold toda 

We manufacture not only 
class STILLS, but also Coppe 
Brass Work of all dtscriptioi 
wineries, distilleries, breweries, 

Our Pasteurizers and Wine 1 
enjoy the same high stauda 
popularity as our .STILLS. 

Rei-krencrs :— .mi successful 
wine and brandy producers of 
fornia. 



*IL WNDSOf COPPtR ttORK DONI AI SHORT NOIICt 



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Ihiii rcsfrviitioiis. If iiicii are to 1k' <lriiiiirali/,t<l in (In- 
iii> tliriMi-;!! ji iiiistakfii iili-a of tfiii|M'raiuT, NVrst Point 
(1 Annapolis nii;:lit as \\v\\ Ik- rittsttl, for if ili<> rank and 
L> of tilt' arniv an- not in ^mhI condition, ciTtainly tin- 
i<«'i>i af«' of no airoiint. 

'•Tlic main trouliic with tin- o|i|iusiiiun of iju- clmn Ins 
tlijit tlicv sn|i|i!,v notiiin;; for what tln-v takcawav. Tln\v 
n n-staiiranls and cotTcf hoiis«'s for a liftU' wiiilc, and 
I'll their riithusiasni wanes, and out ;;o tlie cofTee houHes. 
e are not siieakiii;; of tiie inillenniuni davs, hnt of live, 
esent eiinditioiis, and the drink proldeni dailv iiiereases. 

CAIJ.S IT liKAl TlKll. KVII^ 

*TIh' (|nestiou is how to ])rovide }i(M»d and pure drinks 
supply what I aekno\vled;ie to he the dreadfnl evil of 
iilt«'raleil drink. In .Mnnieh. itaviiria, celehrated for its 
IT, Willi', and rheesi', a radish and bread always ^o with 
inart of Iteer, for h-ss than 10 ci'nts of American money, 
th a tine concert thrown in. Take away the simple, lion- 
I drink from the piiltlic. and tlu-y an* hound to suhsti- 
te somethin;; else. 

'"Yon prolialily have noticnl that I am a great admirer 
the (lermans. They liave come from the great tri<» of 
cj>stral rac«'s — the Vikings, the Teuton.s, and the Ger- 
uiic trilMS. I'or two thoiisjinds years they have marched 
«anl higher civilization, and they have hroiight to every 
iro|)ean country the West jiiris]>nidi'nce in those coun- 
es, and tliose Vikings gathered round the was.sjiil howl. 
p drink horn, and the loving cup. The women are (piite 
n'lnarkalile as the men. W<)men in those day.s were 
iestesses and matrons and always sjit in the counsels, 



>f llu- 



and they uiemori%«il all lawn which they had li- 
the lips of the men; they beat the telephone of !• 
we owe to the (Jenuan women the unwritten Inwi 
ageH. 

"The whole «|uest ion we have Ui-n d 
one, for it dealH with the ap|M'tilit< m 
kind, 8ince you cannot prohibit tlieni." — U imiitrnjluu I'umt. 



A Good Fertili/cr. 



Al'TKK all has hei-n Mii«! and done, gypKuni remninH the 
standard and n'lialile fertilizer, althouch often huh- 
represented hy pat«'nt fertilir^-r cuncerns. I'ure gypmini, 
lieing a calcium sulphate, exerts a iK'iieflcial e(Te«t when 
strewt'<l upon the soil in wet weatlier, partly by virtui' of 
its own const it uent.x, partly by fixing ammonia and am- 
monium siilts from air and rain water, and alMi jtartly by 
decomposing magnesium and iM»tas.sium sjilts. Vini-yanl- 
ists and orchardists should u.s4' gxpnum fni-iy, and they 
will 1h» surprisetl with the residl.**. A HUiM-rior grade of 
gypsum can Im- had from the Marhleite Plaster <'ompany of 
San Francisco at low cost. 



Another L.vpcrimental \inc\ard 



The Agricultural he]iartment at Washington siati-s that 
an e.xperimental vineyard will Im* Irx-att-il at the J'orto Pai«i 
Kanch, near ('<dfax, in Placer count \ 



C ROSSL Prt^aeol 



K. SBAKBORO. 



Italian -Swiss Colony^ 



ASTI. FULTON. t criTvinMA m 

SEBASTOPOL, CLOVERDALE, > ^^^^"^ ^<J- 



MADERA, 

MADERA Ca 



U^ROEST PRODUCERS OF THE FLNEST 



California (Uine$ and Brandies 



SPARKLING CHAMPAGNES 

NATURALLY FERMENTED IN BOTTLES. TRAD&MARIC REGtSTERED OCT. t. \V*i 



SVFPT 
AND DRY 



OHAND DIPl.O.TA OF HONOR. O«no«. inly. I«02 OOI.O MKOAl.. Oublln. Irrlind. I«»l 
(lOll) .Mi:i)AL. CAI- Mlt>W. HAIK. 1894 OOLD .MliDAL. COI I MBIA.N I.XfN. I«9J 

OOLD ntiDAL TVRI.N. I80i SILVER MHDAL. BOKUliAUX. FRANCH. \f»% 




P. C. Rossi Xermoiith and rcrnet-.Amaro 

UOLU niiUAL. Tl WIS. I8»4 MIOMHST AWARD. CMICAOO. \*94 

SPEQALTIES OF THE COLONS' 

CHABI.IS. TIPO a^lANTI AND ALTAR VINES 

Proprietors of the American Vintage Company. 
Office and Salesrooms: Cor. Battery and dreenwich Sts., SAN FRANCISCO. CAL. 

VAULTS 123''.-1267 BATTERY ST «c I i I. « C4 

1-189 GREENWICH ST 1334-1336 sANsoME ST Now York Off ic« ! 13 ami 15 Lainht St. 



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Proposed National Legislation Allecting the wine and Liquor Tradi 



National Wholesale Liquor Dealers' Association 



,,, ^, „, , ' I'lTTSlUUC, JtuuKirv (Jtll, liXH). 

1<> the J ruilr : 

(ii:nti.kmi:.\ : 

Wi' liand VDU hcrcwitli a list of l)ills, af- 
ft'otiufi: the liquor iiuliislrv, whirh liavo so far hct'ii iiitro- 
duceil iu the Fift.v-ninth Congress. You will note from tliis 
that we are keeping a close watch on pending legislation 
affecting the interests of the wine and spirit trade. You 
will see from the character of these bills that many of them 
are dangerous to our interest. If our strong pro- 
test against objectionable measures was not made to Con- 
gress, some bills adverse to our business would probably 
go on the statute books to the detriment of the trade. 

You will note that some of the measures are in the in- 
terest of the trade, particularly the bill to jirovide for tax 
on wood alcohol and the bill to amend the outage law so 
that tax shall be collected only on the (juantity of spirits 
in package at time of withdrawal. Aside from this, other 
bills will be introduced in line with resolutions ado})ted at 
our last convention, covering remedial legislation of in- 
terest to wholesaler.s, importere and distillers. Strong ef- 
fort will be reijuired to secure their enactment. 

Can we not have your co-operation to assist us in our 
efforts to conserve the best interests of the trade? All we 
ask is for your membership. Why can't you give it to us? 

We hand you blank aj>plication, wliich please sign and 

return. 

\ ery truly yours, 

A. J. SUNSTEIN^ President. 

Dwu) St.vubkU;, Secretary. 

LIST AND STATUS OF BILLS INTRODUCED AFFECTING THE 

WI.ME AND LIQUOR INDUSTRY. 

FIFTY-NINTH CONGRESS. FIRST SESSION. 

SENATE BILLS. 

S. 42 Intr. 12-6-05 by MR. GALLINGER of N. H. Providing for the 
appointment of a commission on the alcoholic liquor traffic. Re- 
ferred to the Committee on the Judiciary. 

S. 88 Intr. 12-6-05 l>y MR. HEYBURRN OF IDAHO. For preventing 
the manufacture, sale, or transportation of adulterated or mis- 
branded or poisonous or deleterious foods, drugs, medicines, and 
liquors, and for regulating traffic therein, and for other purposes 
Referred to the Committee on Manufactures. 
12-14-05 Reported favorably from Committee on Manufactures, 
with amendments, and placed on the Calendar. 

S. 130 Intr. 12-6-OS by MR. McCUMBER OF N. D. For preventing the 
adulteration, misbranding, and imitation of foods, beverages, can- 
dies, drugs, and condiments, in the District of Columbia and the 
Territories, and for regulating interstate traffic therein, and for 
other purposes. (Similar to Heyburn Bill.) Referred to the 
Committee on Manufactures. 

S. 415 Intr. 12-6-OS by MR. DOLLIVER OF IOWA. To limit the 
effects of the regulations of commerce between the several States 
and with foreign countries in certain cases. (Providing that in- 
■ toxicating liquors upon arrival within the boundary of any State 
or Territory, before and after delivery, shall be subject to the 
laws of such State or Territory.) Referred to the Committee 
on the Judiciary. 

S. 750. Intr. 12-6-05 by MR. CLAPP OF MINN. To amend Chapter 
109, R. S. U. S., approved January 20, 1897, relating to sale of 
intoxicating drinks to Indians, providing penalties therefor, and 
for other purposes. Referred to the Committee on the Judiciary. 

S. 1158 Intr. 12-7-05 by MR. BEVERIDGE OF IND. (STATEHOOD 
BILL.) SEE amendiTient proposed by MR. G.A.LLINGER OF 
N. H. on 12-13-05, to prohibit manufacture, sale, etc., of liquor 



in new Slate for period of 21 years after date nf admission, 
ferred to Committee on the Territories. 

S. 1808 Intr. 12-14-05 by MR. GALLINGER OF N. H. Providing 
the Federal Government shall not grant liquor-tax receif 
persons residing in prohibition territory. State or local. Rel 
to Committee on the Judiciary. 

.S. 1S09. Intr. 12-14-05 by MR. McLAURIN OF MISS. To amenr 
3244, R. S. U. S. Providing for increase in special lax of 
liquor dealers from twenty-five dollars to two thousand d 
in localities where it is unlawful by the State law to deal in 
liquors. Referred to Committee on the Judiciary. 

S. 2386 Intr. 12-21-05 by MR. McCUMBER OF N. D. To prever 
sale of intoxicating liquors in buildings, ships, navy-yards 
park.s, and other premises owned or controlled by the 
(jovcrmncnt. Referred to the Committee on Education 
Labor. 

HOUSE BILLS. 

H. R. 109 Intr. 12-4-05 by MR. ROBERTS OF .MASS. To pi 
for untaxed denaturalized alcohol for manufacturing 
poses and for use in the arts. Referred to the Comi 
on Ways and Means. 

H, R. Ill Intr. 12-4-05 by MR. LOVERING OF .MASS. To enco 
the export trade in drugs, chemicals, and other articl 
domestic manufacture. Providing for drawback on e 
alcohol equal in amount to tax paid. Referred to the 
mittce on Ways and Means. 

H. R. 273. Intr. 12-4-05 by MR. MACON OF ARK. To prohib 
collection of revenue tax or the granting of other auti 
permitting or authorizing the sale or giving away of fc 
or domestic distilled spirits, intoxicating liquors, wines, c 
compound thereof in any district or territory of any of ih 
eral States or Territories of the United States of An 
where the sale or giving away of such foreign or domesti 
tilled spirits, intoxicating liquors, wines, or any com] 
thereof, are prohibited by the laws of said States or 
tories, and for other purposes. Referred to the Committ 
Ways and Jkleans. 

H. R. 430 Intr. 12-4-05 by MR. HILL OF CONN. To provide fo 
alcohol in certain arts and industries. Referred to the 
mittee on Ways and Means. 

H. R. 3074 Intr. 12-5-05 by MR. WILEY OF .ALA. To prever 
United States from issuing a license to any person ti 
spirituous, vinous, or malt liquors or other intoxicating 
erages in any community when the sale thereof is proh 
by State or local laws. Referred to the Committee on 
and Means. 

H. R. 3108. Intr. 12-5-05 by MR. RIXEY OF VA. To forbid distil 
in local option communities. Referred to the Committ 
Ways and Means. 

H. R. 3134 Intr. 12-5-05 by .MR. SPERRY OF CONN. To prevei 
sale of intoxicating liquors in buildings, ships, navy-; 
parks, and other premises owned or controlled by the L 
States Government. Referred to the Committee on Alc( 
Liquor Traffic. 

H. R. 3159 Intr. 12-5-05 by MR. HEPBURN OF IOWA. To lim 
effects of the regulations of commerce between the s< 
States and with foreign countries in certain cases. (Sai 
DOLLIVER BILL in Senate.) Referred to the Comi 
on the Judiciary. 

H. R. 4452 Intr. 12-6-05 by MR. LITTLE OF ARK. Prescribing c( 
duties of internal revenue collectors, and for other pur] 
(A combination of bills H. R. 4533 and H. R. 8465.) Ref 
to the Committee on Ways and Means. 

H. R. 4489 Intr. 12-6-05 by MR. GROSVENOR OF OHIO. To pr 
for tax on wood alcohol. Referred to the Committee on 
and Means. 

H. R. 4490 Intr. 12-6-05 by MR. GROSVENOR OF OHIO. To a 
the internal revenue laws. (Providing for payment o 
on only such quantity of distilled spirits as are in pai 
- at time of withdrawal.) Referred to the Committee on 

and Means. 



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H R. 44<>J. Iiurtxliiccd 1J-6-OS by MR. HUMPHREYS OK MISS. To 
prevent ihc issue of internal revenue tpecial-tax receipt* to 
retail liquor dealers in communities where the sale of liquors 
is prohibited by State laws. Referred to the Committee on 
Ways and Means. 

H. R. 4S1J. Iiiir. i.'-6-05 by .MR. \V.\NGF,R Ol" PA. Iho restrict the un- 
lunitcd transfer of merchandise in l>onded warehouses. Re- 
ferred to the Committee on Ways and .Means. (Of interest to 
distillers. 

H. R. 45.7. Intr. 1^-6-05 by .MR. HEPBURN OF IOWA. For preventing 
the adulteration or misbranding of foods or drugs and for 
regulating traftk therein, and for other purposes. (Similar 
to McCL'.MBER HILL in Senate.) Referred to the Commit- 
tee on Interstate and I'oreign Commerce. 

11 K 4533 Intr. ii-6-05 by MR. HUMPHREYS OF .MISS. To amend 
the intenial revenue laws so as to provide for publicity of its 
records, t Providing that internal revenue collectors shall keep 
for public inspection lists of names of all pcrs<.ms who pay 
special taxes within their respective districts, and shall furnish 
copies of such lists to any person applying for same, at the 
rate of one dollar for each hundred words.) Referred to the 
Committee on Ways and Means. 

H. R. 5J<W Intr. 12-705 by .MR. TIRRILL OF MASS. To prevent the 
sale of intoxicating liquors in buildings and upon premises 
owned or controlled by the United States Government. Re- 
ferred to the Committee on .Mcoholic Liquor Traffic. 

H. R. 6013 Intr. iJ-ii-05 by MR. HOWIE OF ALA. Prohibiting the is- 
suance of spvcial-tax stamps to retail and wholesale liquor 
dealers in prohibition districts. Referred to the Committee on 
Ways and Means. 

H. R. 6014 Intr. 12-11-05 I'y -MR- BOWIE OF ALA. Requiring col- 
lectors of internal revenue to furnish information in certain 
ca.ses. (Similar to bills II. R. 4452, H. R. 4533 and H. R. 
K465.) Referred to the Committee on Ways and Means. 

H. R. 6016 Intr. 12-11-05 by MR. WEBB OF N. C. To prohibit the 
manufacture and sale of intoxicating liquors in the Oislricl of 
Columbia. Referred to the Commitleec on the District of 
Columbia. 

H R. 7018 Intr. 12-13-05 by MR. DAVIDSON OF WIS. A bill for 
preventing the manufacture, sale, or transportation of adul- 
terated or misbrandcd or poisonous or deleterious foods, 
drugs, mc<liciiies. and liquors and for regulating traffic there- 
in, and for dihcr purposes. (Same as HEYBURN BILL in 
Senate') Referred to the Conwnittee on Interstate and For- 
eign Commerce. 

H. R. 7043 Intr. 12-13-05 by MR. PARKER OF N. J. A hill to restore 
the sale of fermented and malt beverages and light wines to 
soldiers on army transports and in post exchanges under 
regulations to be prescribed by the Secretary of War. Referred 
to the Committee on Military .Affairs. 

H. R. 7057 Intr t2 1305 by MR. COCHRAN OF N. Y. To provide ad- 
tional revenue for the (lovernmcnt and to encourage the 
agricultural and manufacturing industries of the L'nitrd Slates. 
Referred to the Committee on Ways and Means. This bill 
provides for free alcohol in the arts, pro|>oscr ann-nctmrnt tn 
internal revenue laws regarding tax on di' 
follows: Tax on high-proof alcohol and b'. 
spirits 70 cents per gallon; on straight wb 
gallon; on rectified or blended whisky tti 
in oddttinn lo tax on spif- • ■ ' • '• •• • ., .... 

bill also prohibits withdn until it is 

four years old, and provi.l : 1 

H R 7070 Intr. 12 13-05 by MR. CALDhRHF.AD UF KAN. A bill 
to permit the industrial uses of alcohol and to enlarge the 
domestic market for farm products Referred to the Com- 
mittee on Ways and Means. 

II k .X104 Intr 12 1405 by MR CLARK OF M' . . •. 

quire internal revenue rollr<-|.ir» !■> ■ 

Courts with lists of all prrv :; t ••■ ^ 

their respective districts w 
sale or retail dealers in 

Referred to the Committer •.n \Wy- jii.I NScaiis. 
II R «los Intr t2-l4-05 by MR. CI ARK OF FI ORIDA A Ml lo 
prohibit internal revenue - ^e« 

from any person, firm. <■• i( 

the business of a brewer. ......i ,..1 .-i ....,.-. ,..■,.,.( of 



di^tillcil ->[iin; 



jtc ..r r<-iiil (Iritcr 



.l;ilHiri» Krirtrr 



m N|>irmK.in, vin- 
of 



Hire 00 



s A bill 

10 rediKe 

••' for 

"VI 

r ID 

ixnrcr purpose*. 



ung 

ale 

the 

.\ bill miuinng 



i-lHiicnl I .r !!n 

Ways and .Means. 
H. R K4J0 liiir 12-15-05 by .'.'•■ • v- 

ainrnding Section 

taxation, to prot: 

other purposes," a; 

interiul revenue t.i ' 

medicinal compound* and iui 1 . 

Referred to the Commillee on \'. 
H. R. 8Hj8 Intr 1215-05 by .MR FRENCH ol IDV to 

increase the saloon license in the District of 1 ; for 

other purpt)ses. Referred to the Commillee .n the District 

of Columbia. 
H. R. 8464 Intr 12-15-05 by MR. BOWIE OF AI ' 

the issuing of special-tax stamps i 

dealers in liquors in prohibition dist:-. 

Committee on Ways and Means. 
H. R. R465 Intr. 12-15-05 by .MR. BOWIE OF \I. A 

collectors of internal revenue to : 

or other proper officers of State, t 

if required, the names of all peix^ru wtu> (uy ^>ccul laxc* 

within their respective districts, to be used in proicmlionk. 

Referred to the Committee on "•' 
H. R. 8757 Intr. 12-16^)5 by MR. HAYE.^ m amettd 

section 3255, R. S. U. S. To incrr.iT n>i .1 ir m.in irnm which 

brandy can be distilled. Referred lo the Committee on Wajn 

and .Means. 
H. R. 8768 Intr. 12-16^)5 by MR. PF_ARRE OF .MD. A bill lo aid the 

Slates in the enforcement of their liquor licence laws. Pro- 
hibiting issuance of receipt for paymrnl of special resrcnor 

tax to retail and wholesale liquor dealer* in prohibition di*- 

tricts. Referred to the Committee on Way* ai>d Mean*. 
H. R. 9320 Intr. i2-i<h>5 by MR. BELL OF GEORGIA A bill pro- 

hibiting the issuing of special-lax stamps to retail dealer* in 

liquors in prohibition districts Referred to the Committee 

on Ways .iii'f *'■ 

Wi; inkimwliilm. Ihc rriijpi of a ro|iv of OnlMirnf'H 
Amiual tiiiiili- lo .\p>inii'.s. for tin- yvtir HMMi. Thf 
(lint-torv is .>;till mon- vnliialilc ami iiitt-n'Ktiii}; ihun that 
of last your, haviiij; Ix-cti ynNitly iiii|iniviil an a n-Jitilt of 
a trip of the iMilili.^iluT lo Kiii^iim-, The |iiililiration of i:*fi 
pa^ri's ami covrr will U- fomul of partirtilar valin' to the 
wholfMali* ami n-tail tnuli'. i-lr. A» a rffi-n-mT ImhiIc it in 
alom> in Un class. It can Ix- oliiaimil from the puMinhi-r 
for II.DO p«>r vcar. .Vil<ln>ss Alfnil V. «>><Uirm>, 'M Ib-avi-r 
sfrt'.'f, N.'w V..rk. \. Y. 



Placer County Winery Co. 



1000 SHARES 

AT THE PAR VALUE OF $100 PER SHARE 



Will wl! r^ stnffV !n^W-1n»1 V»> .»•»'« ->f '»• fV r f P T . . 1 TrM^trrr •tnrh. 



ilnw T1 ■ 



PLACKR COl NTV \MM:RV CO.. ft04 .MonlroTiers SI. 
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SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. 



R. M. WOOD, Bdltor. 



NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS ISSUE 

F. C. Hincie Co '4 page 

Placer County Winery Co 1-5 page 

Hermann & Co 'A page 

Illinois-Pacific Glass Co ^ page 

Kosenblatt Co H page 

Paris, Allen & Co 1 page 

F. Chevalier Co 'A page 

Clarke Pros. & Co 1 page 

D. P.Rossi 'A page 

Western Process Engraving Co X page 

RB'CONSTRUCteD 

.TuHus Paul Smith 

Kessler & Co Enlarged 

Siebe Bros, it Plaeemann " 

Ixiew Manufacturing Co 

Hunter Rye 

Rainier Beer 



Wine Tax Movement Checked. 

C.\LII"(»liXI.V w iuc iiicii will read with imuh satisfac- 
tioii the statciiicnf that the iiiovcinent for iniposiiifi 
a ta.\ of 2.J cents per iiallon on sweet wiues, lias received 
a check, and will prohably not lie heard of from until 
at least some time to come. The iiroposed measure ema- 
nated from the Internal Revenue Department, and its in- 
troduction at this session of Conf>ress is the second time 
the scheme has been brought to the attention of the law- 
makers, and given fright to the winemen of this State. 

The plan of placing this tax upon the industry was out- 
lined in a recent report of the Commissioner of Internal 
Revenue, and in the December number of the REvn:w the 
imi)ropriety and justice of the gallonage tax on sweet 
wines was shown. Prompt action in the way of protests 
and instructions to the California delegation were sent, 
while the sweet wine men were represented by Mr. Percy 
T. Morgan, President of the California Wine Association. 
Mr. Morgan made a hurried trip to Washington, where he 
called together the California delegation and explained 
to them the grave nature nf the situation. The plain Eng- 
lish of the statement made to the Senators and Congress- 
men was that the imposition of the tax Avould be ruina- 
tion to that portion of the industry. Later the delegation 
went before Secretary of the Treasury Shaw, accompanied 
by Mr. Morgan. Congressman Needham, as spokesman, 



i.iiil llie ]iroiiositi(in before llic head nf (he Treasury B 
]i;irl iiifiil. 

I( wa.s siiggcslrd at Ilic iiiccting with Secretary Sha 
(liat the jinipei' iiiciJKicl wniiM be to exact a bond fro 
(listillci's fi-uiii niic to i\\(i |M'i- <'ent which would opera 
lo pre\-eiil iiindiisiiiiiing iinxliict ifiiis, and Il1.1l a sullicie 
nuiiilicr of iiis]»eclors slioulil be i)ro\ idcd In siipei-intei 
the jiroccss of fortifying sweet wines. The wine men ha 
exjires.sed their willingness to ])ay the actual exi)enses 
the government in the sui)ervision of (he manufacture 
these wines, but that is as far as they can be expected 
go. The attitude of the Treasury Department seemed 
be favorable to the wine industry, and there is every ho 
that at this session of Congress this troublesome questio 
which has been before them for several years will be dc 
nitely settled to the relief of the California wine industr 



Our Wines as Beautifiers. 



SENATOR PERKINS is rapidly awakening to the re 
merits of the wines of California. Judging from a d: 
])at(li received from Washington a few days ago, he 
really becoming an enthusiast on the subject. In fa( 
the ITonorable Senator goes so far as to say that our win 
are responsible for the beauty and health of the women 
the State, and for the strength and tem])erance of tl 
men. He says they give color to the cheeks and spark 
to the eye of the beauties of California, and make ph 
sical giants of its masculine population. In the course 
his remarks the Senator is reported as having dec]are( 

"Our vineyards are the greatest temperance factors 
existence. California wines are not intoxicating, but a 
stimulating and refreshing. They do more for the cau 
of temperance than all the temperance societies combine 
The use of these pure and sweet wines keeps men ai 
women from drinking stronger drinks. They do not drir 
strong drinks and that is the reason why we have su( 
beautiful women and strong, healthy men in our Stat 
In California we have the most beautiful women in tl 
world and the strongest and most healthy men. The seer 
is that they do not taste strong drinks." 

This is all gospel truth Senator. Keep right on in th 
laudable work. Lift up your voice wherever the oppo 
tunity presents to say things like this that will come h 
fore the general reading public. It is the best kind 1 
promotion work and if you make many more spiels i 
meritorious as this, it may be that the combined wine m( 
of California will seek you out in the not far distant f 
ture as their Moses to lead them to the higher levels ( 
prosperity and content. 



Among the visitors to the city during the month ws 
Secondo Guasti, president of the Italian Vineyard Co., ( 
Los Angeles. Mr. Guasti arrived on the 17th inst., makir 
the one thousand mile round trip for the purpose of a 
tending the wedding of a particular friend. He repor 
the business of the Italian Vineyard Co. as excellent an 
the outlook all that could be expected at this time. H 
company will do a large amount of planting of new vim 
this season. 



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© b i t u a I \: 



W. f>. Mil me Jr. 

Tl I !•; distillers (»f KciitiKkv ami iln? rriiri'sciifative liquor 
I null' tif tliL' country, will wiul witli dft-p n';;ri't the 
iiiiHUinn'iiu'iit that Mi-. \V. S. lliiiue Jr., of Hilvt'r Crii'k, 
Kriitmkv, a mciulH'r of oiu- of the most fatuous of the 
iiiaiiy famous Ki-uttickv ilistilliu^i <ouipaiiifS, lost his life 
ill the \vr<ik of thi' steamship Valencia, on the northwest 
•oast. Mr. Hume «as wiijelv known on the I'aiitic Slope 
ivln-re he had many friends. After making; several trips 
It'll' he eonrhided to make San Fraiuiseo iiis home, and 
:'aine liere for the purpose of .settliu"; down to represent 
iiis firm in this territory, witli Messrs. A. P. Ilotalinr; & 
?o., as distrihuters. We understand (hat this fatal trip 
;o the north was his first one since his arrival here. Mr. 
Hume was a l>i;;-hearte<l, whole.souled. kimlly };entleiuan, 
»f the ;,'enuine Ki'utucky brand, and was liked hv everyone. 
He came from on*' of the ln'st families of the Hlue Cirass 
Uate. and his uutimely death will he deeply mourned 
)v manv. 



Herman T. Hoelscher. 

AM( »N( i the many victims nf liir api)allinj; wreck of the 
steamship Valencia, durinj,' the nnuith. was Merman 
r. iliMlscher. secretary of the well kimwn wine and lifpior 
Inn of Will. HiH'Ischer & Co., 10.' Taylor strei't of (his 
Mty. Ilis Inisiness had always lM'<'n (onfiiied to the oflice 
uid this was his maiden trij) out of the city. He told his 
brothers, \ictor and .\rtlnir, that he was tire<l out and 
Raiite<l a chanj;e and rest. He was a stron;; athletic vdiint; 
nan of 'JS years, and under ordinary conditions should 
lave Iweii aide to reach the shore. He was a widely known 
ind |M»pular man, only JS years old, and had a line husi- 
less care<r hefnre him. He leavi^ two liioihers, a mother 
ind sister to mourn his untiinolv death. 



Bonfort's Careless Editor. 



IN an article on I'rohihition in California, IJoiifort's of 
■ laiiiiary HMh, has an e.\tende<| review of the situation 
111 this State. The p-iieral ar;;umeiit is on proper liiii's, hut 
fthfii it comes to ilie statement of facts the paper is inex- 
I'lisjihly iiiconi) t. Whether tlies*' statements are made in 

till-. liiiiriMil- fur ;i |iiillm-i- iir tlil-mi'-li iIm- I;ii k nf iiif< ii-iii;i 



know, 
in the 



lion :iiid liie ( ap-les.siii*KS of the etiitor 
luit as an illtistnitiiui, re;;ardinj; what lui- 
way of proliiliition, our •■stei-med coiit' . . v 

two towns have definitely exc|iid<'<l i ,. 

.lanuary 1st. I00."». Tlie»i<' an- \' ,f 

2.">.<Mi(» inhahilant.s near San i . u 

contains ahout L'0,(m() iM-oph." The town of ••.MaywcKxr* 
is evidently inteiid.il for "Mayfiel.l," hk there in no Kuch 
(own in the State as -.Mayw.MMl." and in the mnttpr of 
|»o[»ulation .^fayfield has 1000 instead of 25.000 population. 
while Win(«'rs Iuih loss than 2000. All of whirh withont 
reference to (ho rcmninder of the artirle in not rondneiv. 
to the onliphtenment «»f the render thereof. 

California \\ incs In (i!a.<;s. 

ONK of (he most saii-fa> !..iy f.atunK of the Rilitntion 
as rejiards ralifornia wim-s is the steady and ninrke«l 
;;aiii (hat is heiii;; made hy oiir l>est wines in glass under 
a genuine label and markete<l hy resfMinsihle hons<>s. The 
time has come when that elas-s of p<>op|e who have n diH- 
eriminatintr palate and can therefore jndjje of the rpmli- 
ties of a pure and a good wine are diseoverinc thnt the 
products of this State arc worthy of their considemtion. 
The result is pratifyinp. It is eviilent that a tmnftfonna- 
tion is troinjr on and it seems to he in the way of an In- 
crease in (he demand for our highest grades of wines and 
prohnhly a d<vre:ise for (he stuff inas<)iiemdtng as the pure 
ralifornia product. 

That this higher hraneh of the industry is started on 
the ujigrade of prosperity, is evidence*! in many ways. For 
instance hy the rapidiv growing demand for eulnMishe*! 
brands of merit, and by the fact of tho installation of Inrg»* 
plants for the purpose of bottling and maturing the host 
vintages of ralifornia. to l>e placed npon the ninrkof under 
the brands of reputable institutions. This eampaiim for 
the intnvluetinn of our genuine wines In glass will nn- 
doiibfc^llv l»e .successful, but it will take years to arrive 
at the point deslnil. We must reach the status where the 
merit of our wines will, perforce, be reengniteil hy not 
only the plain tmlinary citiren who enjoys good wines, 
but by the connois.seiir. This can Im» done only bv par 
suing (he course outline«l in the fonnroing Flonesdr and 
faithfully i-arrie*! f»ut this plan will wr>rk wonders for this 
our gn'ati'st industry, and the wine ninkeps of the eimntrr 
sill. III. 1 L'ivf i' (Ii-ii- nfiii..-f .•ri..'.Tir.iL''ni.-rit 




MAMIM.IU* HII.NT 

i.»»«>v wi:cji.i;ht 



CALIFORNIA WINES AND BRANDIES 

, \rTi: w»nt <lc»lcr« cTtrywhcte to koow •boot tt» •oj tbt Wiom •« oj»kr ^ 

W , ,u, p^re oM Port •o'l Sherry »»« ihc cUoimhIs o* ih« atom, cxactiag 
f.- ^r^^^. \Vt Kunmnlcc alt omx w.uri to co«« op lo Um r«<)oirTB>cal* oT IH» 

I '• Pure Fo.«l • I.«ir» Vinrv«t.l« *n\ \\\ntti*» located at W«« CIcodtlr. C^ 

[#• WrIU tor Price* ■■<! Fr«<f*t KmU*. > 



LOS A>.OEUKi^ VM>K CC)A\PA.>.> 

.». I.<)» ANCJI-l-i;**. ^nt. Office. -««.% «<>«. 

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Clarke Bros. & Co. in Larger Quarters. 



Abiisiiu'ss (hat (li'iuiiiuis nil cntirt' Imildiiij; — lime (In.. is 
and hasciiK-iit ;{r)xl(l() U'vt. l)iiilt up in less tlmii (luce 
vi-ars. speaks Vdliiincs for (he al.ilil.v of iis inaiia.i:i'iiicii( 
and (lie (pialKy <if i(s pi-odnrls. Tlic sale of (lie -i.uds of 
(lit' Clark.. Hros. ('.... ,,f I'.M.ii.i. III.. «,.,•.• pia. i i.;i"llv .-..i. 
tiiUHl to till- (ciTitory .'ast „{ lli,. Ifo.k.v .Momilaiiis (iv.^ 
years ajio. Ini( widi ili.' .•oniinu of .\li-. A. I., how I. t as I'a- 
fifif Coast aiiciii, wiih li<-a.l(|uar(cis in ihis . iiy. a svsic 
niatic canipai-ii to capture their sliaiv nf iji,. na.le of this 
Coast, was inan-iurated and today (he iniinens.. I.iisiinss 
of tlie Clarke liros. C). lias reached such proportions ilia( 
it has Im'.'ii forced <nit ..f its ..I.I .|nart.'rs ..n Sacran:.Mi(.. 
si reel l.y lack of room. 

I'l llicir n.'w si,,r,. al 1 ir, I IT Fn,„, stivel. th.'V have (he 
cniir.. hml.lm.u. which has I.,-..m (itfed up i)ar(icularlv (<. 
nu'.-! ih.. needs .,f iheir hnsiiiess. The ad.li(i..nal spa.v 
will enahle the company to donl.l.. tlie re.tifyinj.- cai)acil\ 
as well as t.) {greatly enlar-.- (he depardn.'nt' for hottliie'. 
Mr. Dowler reports that his tirin had a much -ivater hns"i- 
ness than ever hefore, (hroufihont the entire west. (h,. 
niinin- districts of Nevada and Colora.h. fnrnishiii" a i)ir- 
ti.nlarly line field. Mr. Dowler looks for a -roat business 
year by reason of the countless euteri)rises that arc si)rin..-- 
inji into activity throujihout the C.)ast. aside fr,,,,, ih,. 
enormous amount of ni.mey (hat will he o.vi)ended for rail- 
road cous(ru.(i..n an.l ihinks (I,.. .,„tlo.,k .-ouhl hardiv 
be better. 



F. Cavagnaro Co. Continues Business. 

-Mr. E. AV. (!ai..s. l'ivsi,]<.iii an.l .Mana-er of F Cava-- 
naro Co., of .-,44. .-,4(i ami .-i4S ("lay strc-t. h.-s to annonmv 
that the atlairs of the c..mpany Innv re.-entiv b.^n a.l- 
.iust.Hl. and the .-.mipany will .■ontinu.. I.usii„.ss ai-.n- (h.. 
sam.' I in. -s as heretofore. j.] W (j^irs 




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REMOVAL 
NOTICE 



ttKo 



> UISTILLLO* ^ ' ' 



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ClarkeS 



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During the Year 1905 the Pacific Coast Business of 

CLARKE BROS. & CO. 



DISTILLERS & 
BLENDERS OF 
HIGH GRADE 



RYE & BOURBON WHISKIES 

Grew to such an extent as to make larger quarters 
an absolute necessity 

We have therefore removed to the fine, large, 
modern building located at 

115-117 FRONT STREET 

We occupy the entire building where we will be 
pleased to meet our customers and friends 



V ^'-^ I III ► < nPI'l II -^ . , Vi 

V'. IHII IIIKIV • / 



Wc solicit business from the 
wholesale trade only 

CLARKE BROS. & CO. 

A. L. DOWLER, Managft 








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PACIFIC WINE AND SPIRIT REVIEW. 

To Plant riany Resistant Vines 



V~\ T'niX< 1 ilic coiiiiiii: I'hmtiiii:; season scoros of acres c 



rMk"*^ Vk yftk y^^ *— ^ iisisiiiiii xiiiis :iic III lie i)laii(c(l out ill (linVront se( 

*" I inns (if Sdinuiia < 'oiiiil y aii<l tlir lu-cdici ion tlial (lie count 

is <inl\ |ii-iHl ir;ill\ ill its infancy in liic production of win 

.lanics ("iMicanncin is inciniriu',' (o i.laiit twenty acres of scciiis lii<cly to he fiillillcd. 

liis home jilacc to resistant \incs liiis sras.in. lie will jilant i„ eonvei-sation with a larjjc number of vineyardisi 

the wliile varieties mainly. I lirou.nlionl the county a /'/cs-.v JhiiKxiat represeiitativ 

lias learned that many of them contemplate setlinff oi 

Lenunon & l?arnett of Santa Kosa have sold twenty acr.'S """••' vineyard this year and are already i.lannin- to d 
of their randi at I'nltuii tn .Inlin I'ailla. The new pur- 
chaser exjx'cis to set the ranch mit in grapes, and will ]int 



(he vines in during tiie spring. 



The Simi Land <'onii)any near Healdshurn' now has al- 
most 400 acres in vines and is niakinii ureat ])re])aration 
to inerease the aii-eai:(' next year. This s|irini; twenty 
acres are to lie set mit and a nursery of ir)(l,000 resistant 
ciiiiiniis are lieinn pre|iareil for next year. 



T\\i> carloads of resistant <;rai)e vines grafted in France 
lia\i' iieen ordered by local grap(>-growei-s and will arrive 
here shoi'tly to be set out in the vineyards of some promi- 
nent men. Among those who have a share in the shipment 
are .lames Hood, I'eterson ISrotliers, W. 11. Cliisliolm, W'il- 
iiaiii l.ehii and a number of olliei-s. — WiinlKur IhraUI. 



Articles of incorporation of the Knob Hill N'ineyard 
Tompany have been tiled. The princi])al jtlace of business 
is Lindsay and the purposes of the company are to grow 
and market gra])es and deciduous and citrus fruits of all 
kimLs. The amount of cajiital stock is f 10,000, all of which 
has been subscribed by the following directors: George 
W. ik-Lees, 12,400; .Martin (\ McLees, 12,000; Captain A. 
J. Hutchinson. p.iHIO, and Edmund :McLees, $200. 



D. C. :^^c^'ally went over to Mantoca last Sunday to in- 
s])ect the new vineyard district which has been opened up 
between that jKiint and Lathro|) by {{. ]•:. Wilhoit & Co. 
for a syndicate. .Air. .McNally was well phrased with what 
he saw and believes the district will rival Lodi. He says 
that 10,000 acres will be planted to vines during the ccmiiug 
season. Hhuk wine grapes are l)eing ])lanted in most of 
the vineyards although a few will be devoted (o the table 
varieties. — L\r< rinorc Ih idhJ. 



Are Crushing Olives. 



.\t the i'ldsek olive mill, near (Juerneville, the crushing 
of olives has been in progress for some time, and a large 
(|uantity, including the product of the Prosek and other 
orcliards is being handled. 



so. In northern Sonoma and in the Sunoma \'alley ne' 
xiiieyards will lie planted, as well as in western Sononii 
Hesistant stock seems to be tile kind prcferfcd. In a recer 
aildie.ss l*rofess<u- Kioletii of the State rnixcrsily gav 
some |)ertinen( ad\ice regai'ding (he great care that shoul 
be exercised in t lie select ion of cut I inys. 



LOMA PRIETA LUMBER CO. 



M.^NUFACTURERS OF 



l^divood Lumber, Telegraph 'Poles, Shingles, 
Shakes and 'Posts, Also 

^ Grape Stakes ^ 

2x2-4 Ft. Long:, 2x2-5 Ft. Long:, 2x2-6 Ft. Long:; 
Square Ends, or One End Pointed 



POST OFFICE ADDRESS 



CAPITOLA, 



Santa Cruz, Calif. 



Pacific Copper Works 




RRR f\Ti MISSION STREET 

\J\JJ JIU SAN FRANCISCO 

LWAGNER&SONi 



This sketch represents our LATES 
IMPROVED CONTINUOUS BRAND 
STILL. It has the advantage over a 
others through its simplicity, saving ( 
heat, fuel, water and labor. We also mam 
facture Pasteurizers and Wine Filters, an 
all kinds of Copper and Brass work U 
Wineries and Distilleries, of the highei 
standard ; also all work for Breweries. 



Further Information given upon Applicatic 

Gold and Silver Medals awarded at 
Mechanics' Fair and Midwinter Expesltio 



1l^3<^%1<^Tm%'»7m%%%%%m^»%f(^7lS%^<^%^^ 



PACIFIC WINK AND SPIRIT REVIEW. 



Vintajje Champa^cncs Ciruwinu More Popular. 



ElMTni; W iih- ;iiiii Sjiiril Kcvirw, DmrSir: Nuiwiili- 
-i;iiiiliii'j ilic jjfiural piKspcrii V, uf wliich |iii|Kis iiic 
<n full, \\<- liiOf iM>t fiiiiiKi llii- traili' in lii^li ;;i"i<lc iiiiporti-tl 
ttiiifs i|uiti- sit ;;tMu| as iiii;;lil liaxc Immmi I'Xiirrlfd, ami we 
!iri' rallirr at a loss to ai'i'iiunt Tur the I'liisnti, unless that 
it Im' that piMi|ili- arc siMiidiii;; all tlirii- tiinni-y on aiilo- 
iiioliilcs an<l n-al rstati'. or that tluv aii- follow in-^ ihn tors' 
ii«l\ ice for iH'i-vons ilist-asis ami ilrinkin;; less. 

In anv casr, liusim-ss in the carlv part of last year was 
[Icriilrilly ilisappointin-:, ami, althon;.;li it has pirkctl n|i 
i-onsiiliralily siiiir tln-n, ami was, in<li'<-<l, very <;o(mI ahont 
Christmas time, wc still timi it sonii-whal ilnll. (Mir (om- 
fort, howcvrr, is that wt- arc all the time securitiji new 
riistomers fop onr \'intaj:c ("ham]ia;:ncs, which ari- ?;ra<l- 
nally U'coniin;; better known, ami Mmlei*stoo<l on this roast. 
Till- S!fs arc now p-ttiii;; very scarce aixl expensive, ami 
the sjinie may he said for the few hramls left of tli(> \'in- 
la;:c of jSMl', which, althon;;h very small, was a most cx- 
lellcnt om'. There ari- still some j^ood 'XVs to he had, al- 
thon;;li these also are Ix'i-oniiii;: less pleiitifnl. while wc 
have the s;itisfiiction of knowing' that the itS's arc im 
])rovin^' all the time, and are now- in s])|endid condition for 
drinkiiij.'. We expccf si>on to attack the liMMrs, sonic of 
which are {joinj; to be very fine. b\it it is still a liiHe early 
for these. 



The demand for hi;ih jiradc claretK has not i •■•■-' 'o 

any extent, but the enquiry for hiMks ami n 
linm-s. There is also more disismil ion Inmiic sIk.xu .<■ • ,Al 
for yiHid ports and sherries, whieh Uuve iMn-n tm Utaa 
ne;;lccted. We are, dear sir. 

Yours irulv. 



<'H.VI'.MA\ & Wll.llKU>'oU. 1 . 



■lannarv, l!Mii; 



Jesse rioorc-Miint Co. DiJ I'itic liusiiicvs 

JKSSi; .MtMUii: MINT t'ti. maiiKaiiieil their usual tine 
volume of linsin«-ss during 'lie yi-ar. The Held was eX- 
tende<| w ith the mitunil ;;rowth of t4-rrilory and |Mipulalion, 
ami the results wire fully up to aiitici|t4itions. I'n-sideiil 
.Moloney, in sizing u|> the situation said: "Itusiuess uns 
exce|itionally ;;iioi| in i;«i.">. We have no fuulls to tiiid ami 
will be well satistied if trade holds up in VMM e«|ually well. 
.Ml indications |ioint to an even Is'tter stiison lliaii that 
w hich has just passed. The demand for our bramis is U't- 
ler than ever, notwithstanding the kei-n e<uu|>etilion in tliiii 
market, for hi;;li cla.ss ;;imk1.s. Onlers are plentiful, rollw- 
tions <;oiid and money is eoniiuK in freely. '* Su«'h rondi- 
tions on<;lit to sjitisfv the most exnrtiuK- 




SOME Ol- TIIK l>iri . ^1 • 



l.s..^ TMK i.LNULAtH »i;Nl>6*.Mi; WINK *.WMrAJ«V f" ^*s n ANv 1 Vi..'. CAHrO«» I » 



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PACIFIC WINE AND SPIRIT REVIEW 



Experiments in Incubating Resistant Grafts, 

l!v ^V. A. Fkaskii, Frosiio. 

ONIO of llii' iiiipiirliiiil (|Vit'sti(>ns hcfiuc the viiicvnul- 
ists of Noi'tlicni jiud Cciitr;!! ('iilifoniiii, is I o success- 
fully iiu'ot the ciicriiaclmiciit of llic riivlloxciM. The ox- 
poriincnts carried out in I'nuicc and Spain liavc itrovon 
valuable. At (lie present time no (.ne seems lo lia\e solved 
the prolileni fully. We know that several of (he resistant 
stocks have been tried and i)roven satisfactory in various 
soils, and with vinifera ,<;raf(s. .V rccen( le(ter from Prof. 
]?iole((i. told how snccessfnl some of the vineyardists of 
France had been with i;niies(ris aiid llie ^evei'al li.\brids 
of Ixupestris and IJiparia. One important n\attcr relates 
lo (he sui(able resistant stock for the several varielies of 
(able grapes, so successfully grown in Califoi iiia, and a'so 
of the raisin grai>e. In Fresno county, for several years 
past, the larger vineyardists have been e.\]terinienting with 
resistant stocks, most of tkeni in a small way, but some of 
tliein boldly planting out large vineyards. 

Fiu:.\('ii i;xri:i!iMi:.\TS. 
The important exi)eriments made in Fiance witli the 
wine grape on resistant stocks and their liriiliant success, 
as observed and recorded by I'rof. IJioletti, would seem to 
settle the matter. This, however, is not the cas'e with The 
other varieties, and the ones (hat interest some of us most. 
There seems to be no settled opinion, or ])roveu experience, 
as to what resistant stock is best suited to the severa' va- 
rieties of table and raisin grapes. The success attained 
with the several favorite stocks for (he wine grape, has in- 
lluenced others in using them for the table grape, where 
the soil and climatic conditions seemed favorable, but as 
yet no detinite results have been announced. 

1'I:RS().\AI. EXl'IOItlKNCIO. 

Many of the farmers of this jjart of the State arc in- 
different about this (juestion and continue to plant vine- 
yards as heretofore. Many do not exercise ordinary care in 
disinfecting their cuttings fnuu vines that are likely to be 
infected. Their argument is that (he phylloxcTa works so 
slowly in our liot sandy soils (hat it may be years before 
their vines are ai)i)reciably injured, and that tliej' can se- 
cure profit from their ])lan(iiigs for a sufficient period 
before any damage may be done. There is some reason in 
this argument for we know of vineyards that have been in- 
fected for ten years, and are s(iil iirofitable, yet far from 



their original vigor and productiveness. About four a 
ago the writer began planting vineyards on resis(ant s' 
in an(iciiia(ion (ha( a lime might come when (he old 
yanls would sutler and nf\ tiie theory that it is not 
policy to jdanl new vineyards in infected districts ui 
(hey are on resis(ant roo(s. The old method of b 
grafdng roo(ed cuKings and grafdng in (he liebl 
both used wi(h fair success. The injury resulting 
carelessness in rull i\al iug and plowing, and the conti: 
working ovi r of llic \iues (hat mis.sed, ]n'()ved expei 
and slow, and we aliaiHJiiucd llicsc methods for (he n 
ones, naniciy, gral'ling llic rcsislaiit cullings and het 
or <-allousing (hem in, in dry sand beds or an incub 
We now have Km])erors and Thompson Seedless, gr; 
on Kupestris St. (ieoi'ge, that are three years old an 
bearing this year. They are not unlike in vigor and 
the same varieties on (heir own roots, in the same 
We have great hoix's for their success, for we see no 
reason why these varieties should not take as kindl 
the resistant I\U]ies(ris as the several varieties of (he 
grape ha^'e done. 

We admit that the time has not yet cnme, when wf 
speak positively about (bis matter, l)ut so far as our ex 
ence and observations go. we believe we are warra 
in our bo])es. The llujiestris St. (ieorge has been used ( 
extensively in this neighborhood, and the hybrids 3o06 
0309 to some extent. 

l)i:.\ILS OF MIITIIOI). 

The method of grafting the i-esistant cuttings, calhu 
(hem in sand beds or an incubatoi", and planting in \\\u 
vows, is preferable to (he older mediods of bench or 
grafting the resistant rooted stock. Last winter \ 
grafting cuttings in the usual way, foi- callousing in 
Leds, I had the foreman i)ut some of these grafts ir 
(live oil cellar, where I had a large box stove constf 
heated, and try the incubating nu'thod. At the time I 
I nable to find the reprint of Prof. Twight, giving ful 
(ails of the P^rimch methods, so I substituted my 
jdans, as follows: The graftiiig.cuttings were care 
{ rranged in moi.st moss and placed in layers, each 1 
( overed with moss an inch thick. Fruit picking t 
1 olding fifty pounds, were used foi- the purjtose, anc 
loot end of the cuttings were laid to the outside so 
ih(» grafted ends wei'<' in the n:i(idle of (he box. 1 
I oxes when full held about one Innidi-ed and liflv cuK 
'\u charcoal was usid and the boxes were placed on 



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ARTHUR LEGALLET, Vi 



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Capilall'nkluil 1,000.000 I' CaiMlalPdidin-S 000.000 



$6,400,000 

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A. Legallet, J. A. Bergerot, J. S. Godeau, A. Rods 



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PACII-IC WINK AND SPIRIT RI-VIKW. 



r.o 



ii|) t.f tile nilitr, ilinc lii;;li ill this rclliir, wliri-f wt' wore 
iiikii'ti nlivr I'll. At iii;:lil tin- liiv was iM-iicwi-d s<> as to 
laiiitaiii the tiMiiiicraltin-. Tin- Icinpcnitiirr raiip-*! from 
cvciitv tu ri;;lilvr<iiir <li';;rtrs. Afti-ii ten <liivs, (lie tnp 
ivtp of iiinss licpm til iliv ami was inoistfiicd \t\ a lit;J'l 
|n iiikliiij; of wal<'i-. Tlii' iiinln- lavci-s wt-rc not disturlicd, 
ml tlir iiioistfiiiii;; was iiiailc Iml omi' w liilr tlit'y rciiiaiiicd 
11 the (filar. ( 'alli»iisiii<; lii-jiaii with two wct'ks and con- 
inind rajiidly. Ciittin^is wcfc icmovcd din-<tly from the 
cllar lo lilt' niirsi-iy iind plaiitrd. witlioiit siiliji'i-tiii^ to 
ulldlHll li^lit. 

Tin- ;;raflin;; was dom- fium iIm- Il'iIi i.i liir :5Utli of Feb- 
nary, and tin- rnttin'^s were ]>laiitrd in tlic niirsciy during 
he liist wcrk in April. At this time the rnttiii-js wrn- all 
t«'ll lalloii.stil, and many of tlu-m were hotli sprouted and 
ootid, that is, thr scion was sprontrd, two or three inches 
nn;;, and some of the iiiltiiij;s had started to root. .Most 
f them ;;rew rai»idly, and at this writiiifi we estimate nine- 
y per cent of stron;:, healthy, vi<,'or(>ns vines with canes 
roin 1' to J'o feel loiifj. Very few of the scions 
ooted, as in the case with other methods and the results 
le olilaiiud were a ;;reat surprise. The cuttinj;s iiseil were 
iiade aliont ten days after the first heavy frost, likewise 

he scions, which wei ri<:iiially meant for |ilantin<; as cut 

iii;;s, and not inleiided for scions. All liuds were removed 
his way. No special care was used to ^rafl these better 
lian the others, and the .s;ime stocks were used as with 
he ones we made and calloused in the sand lied.s. I'nfor 
unately the ;:rafts tnated in the sand beds were badly 
lamap'd by the March fmst. and we estimate si.vty per 
eiit of these are ;;rowinji and a larp* proportion of them, 
he scions have rooted. Of the vines treated by the incii 
latioii method, we have made photo;;ra|ihs so as to sliow 
he rows lenfithway. The cuttin;:s wen* set about six inches 
ipart in the nursery rows, and at the time the picture was 
nade the vines were so vifiorous in canes and foliage, that 
lie picture does not ;:ive an adeijuate idea of them. 

All the cuttings treated by this method were {irafted to 
ilala;;as, and while we would not draw a conclusion from 
iiie i\|»eiiment, the results were so remarkable that we 
ihall follow lip the method and hope to report as piod or 
K'ller results. We hoped to make an earlier report of this 
■X|H-i inient, but all the know iii^ ones advised us to wait till 
he vines attained a j;reater a;.'e when my i-esults would l>e 
lilTeicnt. As all these cuttin;;s are now laip", vi;;orous. 
lealthy vines, showing; the Malaga foliap- and appearance. 

ind as several | pie have viewed them critically, tin 

vriler has no fear of these recorded results Im'Jiijj doubted 



Ncw5 01 the I raffit: 



Vineyard Profits 

>i\ iiiMiiilis auo Harry Hewlett of Sti cklon lMtu;:ht a half 
nli'i-isi in a small vineyard m-ar NViHMlbridp' and paid 
fr»«Mi Jill acii- for till- trad, lie then placed his interest on 
mil- at ?T(Mi an a«re but the option run out a few wii-k- 
ipi. While the option was on, he and his partmr 
•ejili/.iil ^Hl.iHMl for the crop of Tokays niim-d mi 
he place, and his partner should have made MUiiethiii:: 
'Xtra in handliii!: the grapes as an Kaslern shipiM-r Sin. « 
hen the deal has Ihiii c|osi-d. and Mr. Hewlett ^ot .^Too 
III acre for his half interest in the vineyani, «-biirin;; 3f-oo 
III acre, or $:t.tilll) on the land and iinpMvenients lM>««iil' 
he .*.'., uod he realisM'tl from the an}]**' <r.ip 



Ml l»ailf. Te.\., went di-v bv u \' 



The mayor of .loliet. III., Ih eiiforeinj; .-^iiiiMax < M".iiit; 
strict I V. 



Sunday closiiiK is Inmu;; stricily enfiir«-<-«l ut HltMiniiiig- 

lon. III." 

Walker (oniiiN, Ti\., \oietl dry nl a bKal option election 
held Hecelllber tith. 



■laspei-, Ind.. has iiicreas4-4l the KiiltMHi li(*i*iiM> fii> fr«*ni 
.^.'ill to ."jtl,".!! a year. 

A license fee of ^."»(M( a Near Uux Imi-ii pro|Mis«i| at Kich- 
mond, Intl., for a;;ents of outside breweries anil distillerieN. 

Kansas <'il\, Kan., is so liani up since the reliiil U«|Uor 
places were closed Up that it pnsN4*«l nil nrilinniirf permit- 
tin;: 1>"|'I rooms. 



I )es Moines, la., h.is HI!) siiltMins o|M>nilin{; ninler llii' 
"mulct" law. which authorizes the violalu>nH of llie pro- 

hibii ion law of the state. 



TeiMlieraiice or;:aiii7Jit loiis of \Valerl<Mi, la.. Iiiiv«> iM'}:iin 
a criisaile a;:ainst dru;; stores s«*llin;; Imit or mult lopir 



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CHAPMAN & WILHERFORCE 



eSTABLISHCO 1861 



IMPOKlf RS AM) 
WINE MERCHAMS 



S p c c i a I t i c 



VINTAGE CHAMPAGNhi. 
Pol Rotter. 1850. jgo: *nd I8«3 
St. M4KC4UX, 1805 and 1898 
Caranovc Vin MonjirqiK, 18*3 
Hankey Banniittr, 18*5 
Ayjb, IS^S, extra dry and brut, and other Chimpa^ 
Bouvet Ladubay Sautnur 
Vintage Oitf' .ir^^ Sji'.>!<fRri 
Vintage H 
Dawjon'-. 
CoAtts Sc Qk'i ' 
Brown FormanV Old V • er. efc. 



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PACIFIC WINE AND SPIRIT REVIEW. 



MANUFACTURE OF DRY WINES IN HOT COUNTRIES 



BY FREDERICK T. BIOLE7TI, UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA 



(CONTINUKD) 

Ri;i'KI(ir;i;.\'r<>KS. — Appliaiui's nr hkihv renins ar 
ranjifil for [he roolinji' of tlic frrniciitiiiii-iimst oiilsidc 
the vat liavt' lu'cii devised and tested. Only two lyjies are 
in e.xtensive use at the ]tresent time, iiowever. Tiie more 
common of these is liial oi'ii;inated l>y .Muntz and Kons- 
sean.' w hieh is made liy se\cral manufactnrers of cellar aji- 
plianees. It consists of a series of horizontal, snperposed 
copper tubes, connected in such a w a \ tiial I lie warm nnist 
enters at the bottom and emerj;(s ai the top. The co(din<i; 
is obtained by cansinji' water to droj) or fhiw over the tubes ^1%. 
from top to bottom. This form {V'i<^. :? l is useful es|>eci- 
ally where \\aler is siarce, and is the type used almost ex- 
clusively in A!;;cria. There is prohaiily not a single lar;;(' 
cellar in Aljieria, Oran. or Coiistanl ine wliicii does not ]mis 
sess (uie or more of these machines, ami liy their use the 
production of a sound, ciuiiiiletely feruienled wine has lie- 
couu» possible in all cases. 

The amount of co(dinii necessary is in<lieated by the fol- 
lowinj:: example: 

(ira]tes conlainiui; Jd'. of I'ermeiitable Sui^ai-. 

Temperature of grapes when crnslicd liO ( ". 

■Heat liberated by fermentation of L'(t' ( of su.i;ar. .. .!.'(> ( '. 

Total temperatuic units 4(> ( '. 

In order, then, to ]ire\ciit the teiii|ieral ure of the feiiiieut- 
inj;; must from risinji' above '.\r> »'., it is iiecessai\ (o r<'- 
nmve 11° ('., or iippro.ximately 11 calorics. That is lo say, 
wlien the tem])erature reaclu s .■{.") (\, if it is cooled to ill 
C. tlie sugar will have all disap]>eared by the time it rea<hes 
35° C. again, as shown bv the followiim table: 



servers claim that too miu-li <'ooliiiu at (uie linn' <lel 
fei'iiu'iitation. The relation (d' the teiii]ici ai ure with 
di^;ap]>earance of the sugar woiiM ilim lie soniewhal 
follows: 





Degrees of Temperature. 


PerCentof Suga 


Temperature of Wine. 


Gained. 


Removed. 


1 Removed. 


Remal 


n% 



23 

\6 

10 




10 





2-; 


iP.i% 

Bo% (drsi cooling) 

ai% 

SS'i (second cooling) 

Vi% 


10 


17 


s 


10 




2« 










These figures in the temperature columns of the f( 
going tables must not be understood to represent the act 
|i'iii])cralures found in juactice. At no time would tli 
lie a fall of temperature from 95° to 85° F. of the wl 





Degrees of Temperature 


Per Cent of Sugar. 


Temperaturi-. 


Gained. 


Removed. 


Removed. 


Remaining. 


20?^ 








20.0 


35% 


IS 




11.5 


8.5 




11 




3b% 


11 


20.0 













rio. 3. Alserian lypo i.f r<-f 



This supposes that no heat is abstracted except that 
taken iiy the cooling machine. In ]u-actice, even in large 
ctmcrete vats, a ceitaiii amount of heat is lost by radiation, the cooler may be reduced 10 de.grees or more, the wl 



mass of fermenting grai)es. This difference of 10 dei: 
sini])ly represents the amount of heat which it is necess 
to remove during one cocding, and is useful in indical 
the amount and the teni]terature of the water needed. W 
the cooling is going on, fermentation ami the ])roduci 
of heat continue, so that though the must passing thro 



so in the case above it would not be necessary to remove 
quite 11 calories. In ( "alifoinia, with our sweeter grapes 
and hotter weather, it would be necessary to remove more 
heat than in Algeria and generally to cool twice. The fol- 
lowing may be considered an average exani])le: 

drapes containing liliOf of Fermenlable Sugar. 

Teni]»eiature of grapes when crushed 70.0 F. 

Heat liberated bv I'L" , of simar .")l.7 l'\ 



Total tem]H'rature units 

In (u-der to j)re\ent the teniix-rature risiiu 



mass in the vat will be reduced very much less or even 
at all. The good effect consists, in the latter case, no 
cooling the fermenting mass, but in ])reveiiting its temp 
lure fnnu rising any higher. 

A description of the cominnu .\lgcrian ju-act ice in coo] 
will make this clearer. .\s a nile, the fermenting vats 
made of such a size that two of them will contain e-xa 
the amount of grai)es gathered in one day. One is fi 
in the morning and another in the afternoon. When 
teni])erature of the first vat reaches 35° C. the faucet at 
bottom is attached to a pump and the hot must pas 
slowlv thrcmgh the cooler and back into the vat again. ' 



.121.7= F. 

above 95° 
F. it would be necessary to remove heat e<|uivaleut to 20.7° 

F. or, allow iug for a certain amount of loss by radiation luu.st as it leaves the cotder may have a temperature of 

and conduct idii. the cooler would have to remove about 20° ('. to 30"C., but it is fermenting and producing heat m( 

F. It would 1" easier and i)robably more desirable to re- while as are the other contents of the vat, so that tl 

move this by tw cool ings of 10°F. each than by a single one may be very little if any apparent reduction of temperat 

of 20°F.; easier, ' cause it recpiires less time and less water in the vat. The sugar, however, is disappearing, unt 

of a given temper.ii iire to cool must from 95° to 85° than time comes when, though the temperature of the vat i 

from 85° to 75°, anu ; i-obably more desirable, as some ob- still be nearlv 35° C, there is not enough sugar left in 



PACIFIC WIXE AND SPIRIT RliVIKW. 



iiiiist to heat il :ilin\r iliat |i<iiiii. In (utt, llu- usual phut in 
Al^V'iii i^< l<> star! iniiiipin^ llii'i)n;:li tin- rtioli-r as S4miii as 
till' must rcat-iii-s 'A7t ('., and (<■ r« ml in in- 1 his piiin|iin;; iiiilil 
111)' ft'i-inriitaliun is pnutirallv tinisliol, llial is. until onlv 
." to."?', i)f sii^ar is Icn. If tlic tcni]>ci'atiii-i> is tln-n, sav, 
M I', ami lias m-vcr rxiiitltd .'{."i ( '., ilin-i- is no <laii;;fr 
if llic vat •"stickin;;." This |inmpin;; tliii)ii;,'li the ntoli-r 
iMiiipit-s <M;:ht 111- iwchf imnrs for cinli vat, ami is k<-pi 
lip ni;:ht ami <la.v. This i-\plains tli>- ai-ran;:rnirni uf hav 
in;: '"i> vals lilliil pti- <la.v. Om- is «iiii|««l at ni;;hl ami ihr 
Dtlici' iliirin;: the <la,v. Kvcrv \al is *iiolc«|. ami lunliil Imt 
lUKc. When the wi'alhi'f is warm ami th«> ;;ra|MS v<iv 
«wcct. tin- \\im> is kt-pt ;;<>in;: thr<iii;;h the cuolcr fur a 
liin;:ci' time. On the othn- liami, roul wcathi-i* ami ;;nipi-s 
i>f low sii;;ai' roiitfiit nt'ccssitatf less time. Tin- sizo of the 
kilts, till' si/t' of tilt' rooli-r, ami llii' anionnt of water should 
Im' so <ali-ulati'<rtliat twdvi- lioui's' piiinpiii;; in the liottt-st 
wt'atlnT with the swtM-ti-si ;;rapis f.xpci-trd will n-inovc 
thf micssarv amount of In-al from half the ^.Tapi-s cnishcd 
in one da.v. In hot wcalluT. wInn tlii' ^fapt-s ai'c warm 
whin iTiishid, it will In- iicci'ssjiry to ciMd Iwii-r; hut tin- 
total tiiin- of lioth <<iolin<p; should m-vi-r t-xri-cd the Iwi-lvi- 
liours. or an i-\tra niarhim- should In- ki-pt in ii-si-rvi- for 
i-xrr|itionally hot wcatln-r. 

In oiiji r to show what a looln- of this Ivpc may In- cx- 
iMTiid to do umlrr Califoniia nimlilions. tin- fnllowin;,' 
ti^iin-s liavi- lici-n ralnilati-d mi the basis of arliial i-xjirri- 
iin-nts iiiadi-.' Tin- i-stiinali- has lii-i-n inadi- for a rcllar 
n-ci'ivin;: a maximum of lllll tons a day in hot wi-allur' In 
rool NM-atht-r niori- could In- hamlliil : 

t'oolini:li> .Miiiit/. and IJoiissimm's .Minhiiii-. 

( Avi-ra;,'i- lasi-. i 



iJrapi-t* coiitainin;; '2'. 

vcioiiin;,' 

Ti-mpfraturi- of ;;iaprs at rriishin;; 



f siinar. lajialiii- of di 



r>1.7 

ro.i) 



1'. 



an availaltli- supply of alMiiit liio ■•<>•• .■ 

day, till' li-iiiprr.iliiii- of which 

This woiilil iniiki- it pussil'' ■ 

passiitf; !HI' I'., «-vi-ii in r 

a\t-ni;;i- roiiditioiiK not iiimk hi.u' n.ui ini- \>.iii ■ .nm ■•Illy 

oiii- marhim- would In* um-<I. 

.Most of till- lar;.'!- « i-||ars of ( 'alifornia an- W\' <• 

llii-y ran ohtaiii an aliumlaiii supply of wal<-r ' 
This is t-sp<-<ially inn- in tin- holirr n-;;!*"!!**, ^ 
lion is pnntii-i-il. In this \\i- hnvi- a •_-ii.ii .i«l^ • r 

Al;;i'riji, wlirri- wati-r is very fr«i|u« i Tin- vari- 

ous iii;:i-nious di-vin-s iii\i-iii<-i| in .\ ■ i-iMilin;; ihi' 

water lii-foic usiii;; would U- of liiijc um- h«-n-. iM-taiiM- it 
would hardly i-vi-r 1m- mi-i-ssary to ii>m' iIm* saiiu' wali-r twin-, 
and tool water ean In- oliiaiiieil in iiiiirly all niM-N. K«-;;u- 
lar oliservations made \>\ tin- Irritation Ih-partnu-iit uf ihi* 
rniversify of California show that tin* t«*in|M>nitim- of iho 



Cf 



r?ir^ 



t^^^ 



^^ 



11^ 



.>ky I r^^s^ 1 1 v^ 



Total d I-;; Ills of ii-m|ieiMiuii 
Maximiiiii ti'mperaluii' liesired . 



IJl.T 

'.tO.O 



XuiiiImt of de;:re<-s necessjiry to l»e ii-movid. ... :{1 .7 

I>-ss li.T I', from radiation !'."».(( 

Tempera Inn- of water (!."». 

I If the must is <'iHi|t-i| to 77' ._• I'\ as soon as it naihes !Hl 
F. it would ri-<|uire two i-oolin^.-i to ri-moM- the neriv>.:i!-\ 

NViiie to eiMil in Jii hours IM.OIKl ;;allon.>. 

Water ii-ipiiii-,1 4S.(KKI ;,'allons 

Xlaihims mi-diil. I. H'apaeity of M. \ K. niaehiiie, •_MiHi 
;:alloiis |>er Imur. i 

If the ;;r:i|ies rontaiiieil •_'!' , of sii;;ar and their tempera- 
ture at rnishin;: was .sii |'. and that of the water availalile 
7(1 I:"., whirh is an extreme ea.-ii', two iiiaehiiii-H would Im- 
neii-^sary and twiee the amount of wati-r. The font of the 
water is merely nomiiial if the eellar is near an irri^atinK 
tlitrli. Itei-eiit invest i^atiniiH of pnmpiii;; plantM in prae- 
tieal n.s«- in irri;;atioii show that on the avi-nip- ."'.(HMMHI 
pllliilis ean Im- niisi'd 10 fei-t for ahoiit f 1.' 

I'lir a eellar of the sire siip)Mis4iI. vir.. : oni* i-niHhiii;; alMUit 
llMi tons of ;;rape^ pi-r day, iwoeiMiler^ would Im- ni-ii-s.H4ir\ . 
of the eapaeity of Miinl/. and KoiiK.H«-3iirs Iai*K*'!<l >^*^' -'nxl 











1 


n 

1 






w 




w 





































Vrnlral ar^ Itou 
%n ami Mclloii el • •!»• roottr al L> Uraiid Cml 



main irripiiiii^ canals in tin* San .limqiiin Vnllry iliiriii); 

ili(- wine iiiakin;: sea.son varies iMiwet-n lUI' aiul 7(1* K., 
nliieh is i|nite riMil enou;*!) for the piir|M>i«*. 

Another ty]N* of ohiIit mmiiiiiiily ihmiI r«iiiNiNtii of « lone 

rop|M-r or ^ahaiii/.eil ' ' 'i. Thr 

wine is piim|Mi| ihi' '>%n in 

the trough in il> 

easily eonsinn I > 

defi-1-i Im thai il d' - 

rapaeily of lli>- uat> 

Whi r. <■ 

a niai I 

e.xainpli . r 

of M r.:,^ 



PACIFIC WINE AND SPIRIT REVIEW. 



tliroiiiih wliii-h llic wiiic niiis is luiil iii:ir ilic Imlldin nl' 
III is Irdiiiili. Tlic iiiMcliiiif is s;ii(l 111 niii ;ill llif siiisdii \\ iili 
owl clraiiin;;, and ii'inain cIVccl i\c in liic cinl. Ai llic cml 
of llic sfasoii llic wine iMpc is lakcii ajiari al llic Jniiits 
and cleaned. Sneh a <i»ili r as lliis eould lir m r\ easily 
(•(insli-neled nn llie liaiiU nl' an in-i^al in^' canal, m- ilie pip 
in;; iniulil even he placed diifcllv in llie canal. 

/(■, . The cnnlin.i; power of ice luiplil lie used ver.v eflec- 
livelv lo pi-eveni IkpI rernienlal inns, if il cmld he nhtained 
(•liea|tlv enini^li. I'm- while wine, il is easilv apjdied 1>.\ 
])lacinji the ici- in a I inned c(i])pi r i nli tinal iiii; mi inji nl' I lie 
must. The hnllesl ninsl rises in llle Inp and is <nnled hy 
eontai-t willi llie inli and falls in ihe hniinni. This creates 
a eirciilatinn nf ihe liipiid, which niainlains a iiniroi'in 
tcniiH'i'atni-e in all paiis nf ihe \al. I'nr fernienl iiii; masses 
of crushed jirapes ihis nielhnd is nnl ajiiilicahle. In this 
(•as(> tlie ice cimld he used in cnul ihe water used with an 
ordinary refrigerator. I'ive ]inunds nf ice w ill reduce IIMI 
{^alhnis of must alioiit one decree I'ahreiilieil. To i-educe 
the must L'K (h'^rees Falirenheil. as in Ihe case instanced 
on pa^^e 40, it would reipiire over one pmind nf ice for evei-y 
fiallon of must. This may he taken as ahoni Ihe average 
coolini^' necessary, so ihal for every Ion of grapes, when 
used for while wine, I'OI) ](ounds nf ice wmild he needed, 
and ahnnt 'MH) ])ouuds for the same annninl of urajies wlien 
used for red wine. If used in conneclion with a water 
refrijicrator. simply to imriasc ihe cnnlness of Ihe walei' 
where only warm water was a\ailahle, would i'e(|iiii-e nie 
(ler oi'dinary conditions about Ihe same amount. 

The cost of coolinii- I'""' i<'<' alone would amount lo ahont 
|!l.r)0 per ton of .ui-a|>es, reckmiinii ice al one-half cent ]iei' 
pound, which is about one ceiil a gallon I'm- ihe wint' made. 
This is much moi'e than ihe whole cosi of coolini;', includ- 
iuii' labor, where il is possible lo ^cl cool walei-. 

The nu'thod, which has been tesleij in ( "alifoi-nia, id' 
I)Iacin}i the ice directly in lln' \al willi the idea of cool- 
in^' and redncinji Ihe su^ai- al ihe same lime, is ipiile in- 
admissible. The amonni of ice uecessary wmild introduce 
far too much water into ihe must. 

ClIKMICM- ('(HH.I\(i DKVICKS. 

The rise of tempeialure in a \a( of fernienl in^ grapes 
is due to the fad, already noted, t hal more heat is ])roduced 
iu a jjiven time by ferineiitalion than is Inst by radiation 
and c(unluclion in Ihe saiiu' lime. The heat jirodnced if^ 
limiti'd h\ the amount of fermenlable siiiiar ])resent; the 
heat losi, by the lime of fermeiilal ion. If the fermenta- 
tion is i-ajiid llii' excess of heai ]u-ndnced, o\-er that lost 
in a ^i\fn lime, will be i;real, and llie rise of lemperatu'c 
corresi)ondin,t;l_\- ui-cat. If on Ihe cnnirary the fermeiila- 
tion is slow, llie excess w ill Ih' less and the rise id' lem])era- 
ture less. If ihc IVrmenlal inn is slow eiiouiih, the heat 
lost may e(|ual the heal uaiiied and no rise id' lemperatiiic 
at all take pla<c. 

Anylhinn', thi'i-ebu-e, which retards fermeiilal inn will 
lower ihe ma.ximnm tem]iei-ature to which llie lirajies will 
rise. Various subslances may be added to the must which 
have this effect of lelardinti tlie "course of fermentation. 
Tiie only one which I as come into practical use is snlfiirniis 
uc'id iu scmie form. I'lu'ie are two soui'ces of this acid 
which are at present Jinsively used in wine-inakin^-. 
When sulfur is burned it |.,i duces sulfurous aci<I iias. One 
pound of sulfur ou burniui; yields two jiounds of sulfurous 
acid. The other source is a sail of sulfurcms acid, potcis- 



siiiiii III' III hisul/ih , ofieii sold commercially umler the 
ml red name nf poiassiiim siilliie. \\ lii'ii ihis salt is |)la 
in must or wine ii is hrnkeii up by llie acids in the wi 
and yields sulfumiis acid ei|iial In ."(7' < id' ils weight. ' 
cnsl nf lllr sulliie is aholll '-■'< cellls per pound ill I'rai 
and Ihal of sulfur less ilian Iwo cenis. .\s llie lori 
yields onl_\ one fomlli as iiiiKh sulfurous acid as Ihe 
ler, the cosI (d' material is abniil tifly limes as <ireal. ' 
difference in cnsl (d' iiialcrial is in many cases, howei 
cnunlerhalaiiccd by I he urea hi- ease wilh which Iliesul 
I an be u.sed. 

1 See Hull. 117, Cnllt. Acr Kxp Station 

^ Calculated iiy using Pr"t UoufTard's llgure nt 1 S calorieafor each per cent of s' 

1 " Uuvuo (le Viticulture," vol. 7, p. Mb 

1 Newer forms of this typo of cooler are even more efllclent. See"Profre8. 
cole et Vttlcole," vol. .'iO, p. 111. 

■ S. Kortler : Circular No. 59, Oftlce ot E.vptriment Stations, Washington, 1). C, 

'■ The pipe should be //mi/rf, nof'KalvanUcd." as In the latter case the zinc covi 
win be iiulckl.v r.i/ »■»</«/ by the acids of the wine, aud zinc will contaminate the wit 

{ Y'o be continued next month ) . 



Bethesda in Great Demand in 1905 

W'e are in l-eceipl nf a Idler flnlii I'rcd W. I'lanlev, ( I 
eial .X^enl nf llie IJdliesda .Mineral Sprin^i; ('n., under d 
nf dan. !llli, in which he says: "Since January Isl my 
rilory has been i;really enlarged by the addilinii nf 
entire Snutli as far iiorlh as ("harleslon, X. ('., and I 
addition of lerrilory will comiicl iiie to change my la 
(piarlers from .Minnea|i(dis lo eillier Kansas ('il\- or 
Louis, jusl which of ihese Iwo ]ioinls il will he I am al 
|)reseut moment, undetei-mined, bill will know |io>iliv 
by I'^'bruary 1st, at \\liich time I inicnd leaxini;- .\Iinnc 
(dis. * * I'.KI.') has been ihe lar^esl and most succi 
fill y(ar in llie liisinry id' The lidhesda .Mineral Spring 
\^'e lia\e slinw n an increase nf li."> per ceiil, which no do 
you w ill admit is a s])lendid showinn, and it is all dm 
the recoiiui/.ed (inality of IJelhesda ^Vater and through 
sleadily increasinii deniann we e.xped lo make IIUKI 
banner year of our ex|iericnce in Ihe business. 

I shall make mv reii'iilar Irip West s(mie lime diir 
April, and in the nieanlinie I Iicl; to remain," etc. 



kScHmidt Lithograph C( 

Successors to 




PACIFIC WINK AND SPIRIT REVIEW. 
Ihe L'sc and Abuse of Alcohol. 



ni; 'lll(».MA.-; hl'iroX, tin- nnlli..!- „{ "liu\]<x(-»t\on, 
i'l<:ii'lv i:\|iliiiiii il. 'rn':ili-i| iiinl Itictol," roiil i iliiitiMl 
to a iMTfiit niiiiilift' i»f till' "Arcliivt'S nf tin- Ivoriitp-n IJav 
ami Allii-il l'h<'iiiiiiii-iia" an iiili-i-cslin;; artiric mi tlu- alin- 
linl <|in-<iiiiii. lie savs tliat tlir iiiti-iii|icrati' laiimiap-. the 
j'Xtravajiaiii ami nfttiincs foolisli statcmciirs imiiilp-il in 
by writi-i-s npoti tliis topic, must Itc, to all i-otufrm'il with 
this scanli foi- trnlli. a ransc for simi-fc n';;rct. iiiasinnrli 
as palpalilc rxa;;^cratioiis caiiiiot tcml to ins](ii-r tin- !:i,v 
iiiitul of tln> nn»f»' solMTtliinkiiiu' |inlilic witli ^n-atcr ro?il}- 
(Irmi- ill, or (1«'«'pfr ri-^^anl for. professional opinions wliicli 
nri- so inanifi-stly contaniinatnl l>_v iiirsonal liias as to \u> 
iitltrlv nnworlhy of i-onsidciation. 

Kaliiil tct'totalisni, even in wrilin;; fi>i- ilir iiM<lii;il |ir<ss, 
has not always sto|)])i-il slmrt of the tiiitli. \\ itii a imirilc 
(lisrr;;artl for tin* im-nlal rapatily of ihc rratlrr. tin- a<l- 
voratfs of tln-sf si'lfilnlilii-d ••iciuptiamf" princijilcs Iiavt- 
fomlly ima^in<-<l that ilo;iinalic assertion, when hacked l>y 
tlie cnninlative force of assiduous reiteration, is tanta- 
mount iu |iroof. Uy thi'se means have they strivon to bias 
jud;,'inent and convince all that "alcohol produces ,i do- 
rline in the eiononiic value of the or;;auisin liy actual 
change in ci'll-constitution" — a statement which is (piitc 
untrue where the alcohol taken is pure and consumed oidy 
in MKiili iMti' i|ii:ini it ies. 

'•.Ml admit." In- procee<!s, ••ihal an excess of alcohol does 
harm; so. likewise, does an excess of meat, suf^ar. or eveu 
water. The danger licre lies in (he abuse, and not in the 
proper use of the articles in question, ami it is irrational 
to claim that their use must on this accmint l»e abandoned. 
. . Ivvperience leads me to believe that beer is the 

bi'sf drink for persons iiiider the ai:e of 40 years, wine after 
40, and that spirit should oidy be taken when re«|uired or 
ordered. I havi> ;ireat faith in .sound, juire beer as a bever- 
np- for Ki-owin;; boys and jrirls, as well as fur working 
men; it s<-ems to stimulate a|ii)etite, r«'!;ulale (he bowels, 
nnd pri'tmoie hialthy ;;rowih. If livinj; in a wine country. 
I should order some variety of li^'hl wine instead. I have 



not found that children who are alluweil '■•■•• < -l.. an vx- 
com of it when they attain to iiilult ywir- utniry, 

most of the drunkardH 1 have Im-imi eiitbd i; it 

have be<Mi brou;iht Up on strict almtinence lini-> 

"I wan much strmk by a eluinci> reniurk niuile by a wrv 
old (S."» years) patient of mine. SheKiiid: *It iM MranKc 
(ha( when I wasyonii;; all my friemlH |Mirt«Mik of nine for 
dinner, and one xeldom In hint' hImiuI indi'^i'slion, 

stomach complaints or app . now my friendN are nil 

water drinkers, and they all suiter from lheM> romplaintM. 
It is my opinion, ttoctor, that wine iH nn nnlixeptii* nnd 
Kerin kilb-r, hence the freetbun from (he mmplnintM I have 
mentioned of tlio.se who take wine.' I lN-liev«> my patient 
is (piite correct in her surmiw-5*, nml thai win<» — more o«p«»- 
cially the reil wines — have a ^emiieidal action uiMin path- 
ogenic microorpinisms." 

As regards the influence of drink on rrime, Dr. Diitton 
sjiys: "Our city fathers have from time immemorial drunk 
wine well; still, then' is no reiord of iheir murdering or 
beatiiiL' their wives on llnir niurn home." 



Oli\iiia in a Prosperous Condition. 

.Mi-s. .lulius Paul Smilb, who owns and oiMnid-*. (lie 
celebi-.Ueil (Hiviiia vineyard, estalilishid in 'li.- I.i\ermon» 
valley years ago by her la(e huHliand, r^ i .iinimiw 

of l*MI.~M|uile satisfactory. Thedliviiia wiik-. ii;i\e t«i»iMlily 
grown in popularity and demand, and beti« r facililii-H have 
been arrange<| for disiributing thi'in (hroughoni the Kaxi. 
The New York agency is now with *'. .louanl, at No. !IH 
Sixth avenue, where thow inlerexlid in thew vintage* will 
be very courteously receiv«-4l. .Mrs. Smith haw made ninny 
iinpiovemeiits in nlivina during Ihe pa«l year, prolmldy the 
most important iN-ing tin- planting of a large nundM-r "f 
resisiant vines. She is also im|M>r(ing nuiny foreign viiieN 
of resistant stock from Kniiiee. In thin nnmlMT will In* 
found a reconstructed advert itw-ment of olivina. Khowing 
the ar(is(ic ami original enlnine*-. which ix among many 
improvenieiils (ha( have Inn-ii n><vnlly iiiangiinite«l. 



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l>i<.><i« l>rlv«io i:««o<>iiav mtt%t 



Russ House 



Mcnl^omtiy. 'Bath *nd '¥int Strttis. SAS FRASCISCO, CAL. 



Cr«AI». "»H\VStAX si- l»f-..o«. 



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PACIFIC WINE AND SPIRIT REVIP:\V. 



The Australian Vintage. 



TllK Aiisliiiliiiii Ikmisc (if ilic Aiisir;ili;iii Wine ("oiii- 
paiiv forward the follnw ini; r(|)(Ul : The Aiisl raliaii 
vintage of lltO.') lias fallen lieluw ilie average in (|uanlity all 
ri)un(l. Taking \'iot(nMa tirst, we Inul a wet winter in ]!)04, 
followed liv genial spring weather and a healthy tlowering. 
All promised well uidil in Decenilier ilic rain failed to ap- 
pear, and in lien llii'reuf at Christnias-i imc the contiiK'nt 
generally was \isiied liy lerrilic h<'at. No nilur word 
desi'rihes the jihenonieiial ocenri'ince; ll."> degrees to I'Jd 
degrees in (he shade was eoninion for some days. This 
canscd linsh-firi's, and \\'\{h heavy winds added, tlu' havoc 
wrought was incahnlalilc. In this state table grapes, 
being early, sul1'ere<l fearfully, and were unproeurable. 
Wine-grapes had more time to recover, and a few showei's 
just before ])ieking brought the i rojis out better than was 
generally exi)eete(l. IJoughly, the Victorian vintage may 
be estimated at from 'M) to 40 per cent below the average. 
On the other hand, with the exception of a few days at 
the commenciMuent of wine-making, the weather was cool 
and clear — thoroughly propitious foi' the proper fermen- 
tation of musts containing a high percentage of alcohol. 

In South Australia, where there are several large wine- 
producing districts, the conditions were somewhat similar, 
About 100 miles to the north of Adelaide there exists an 
iniaginan- lin(> known as "(ioyder's line." To the south of 
(his the mean annual rainfall is fairly regular. To the 
north there is no average; that is, it is absolutely unreli- 
able. The vine-growing areas nearest to this line sutfered 
most last year, and their crn]is ai'e on an aveiagc oidy 
about one-third of those in I lie two ]ire\inns years. Of 
course this colony has had four \('ars of |ilciily, and the 
shortage was to be ex]»ected ; but the cause in the nnrthern 
areas was a ver\' slnu't su])ply of rain in the l!M(l winter and 
a shortage of 11 inches on the year, Ininging the Inlal to 
within a fraction of the lowest since ISti.". 

Th(> central districts fared a little bettei-. and would have 



had good crops had it not been for tin' lierce, hot wind 
December, and the smithern iM)rtion of the state, which 
its vineyards close along (he seashore, was favored v 
regular supplies of coastal rain and jmi up a iccord cro 
Taking the \intage l!lor> as a whole, the i|uanti(y wil 
short by ;>0 or 40 |)er cent, of the average, but iu cpui 
(his will be made up. The experience gained by grov 
and makers in previous years goes to show that vint 
operations carried on in cool weather turn out the 
ai'ticle, and ihns il was this year. Altogether the out! 
is distinctl\ jiromising. (iood stocks on hand, good yo 

wines coming on, and g i men looking to the future, 

augur well Inr the jirosjiects of the industry. 



Nearly e\ci\ lowii in Prance and many in Italy 
S]iain lias iis own special li(|neui'. To enumerate tl 
all would Ik- to make a longer list than Homer's catak 
of (he sliijjs, but as I w rite the lerina, made on the I 
des Lerins, olT Cannes, occurs to nu', and the admin 
sloe gill, tem])ere(l 1(_\ an inf\ision of jilums, which is 
of the .outputs id' slee])y old .Montreuilsur-iler, and 
vieux Calvados, to be got at its best iu Caen, and the g 
nolet of Angers, which has a double taste of orchard 
wild cherries, and the cherry ratafia of Grenoble and 
crimson alkernu's of Florence, and yet another blusl 
li(|ueur, the rosolio of Turiu, and the tangerina of Lis 



We read in Lr li'un S'k-'kiI that: "During the last 
teen years the consunii)tion of alcolnd in S])ain has grc 
increased. In fact, brandy, li(|ueurs, and aperitives, w 
formerly were scarcely known to the uatives, and ■> 
never asked for except by strangers, are to-day to be 
everywhere. They have replaced the refreshing non-i 
holic drinks, and the chocolate which one saw at all h 
of the day and evening on the tables of public places o 
freshment. The little glasses of brandy or rum have 
come the rule among many Spaniards, and hence the o 
ing of many taverns even in unimportant villages." 




SCKNE AT .\RBORD.4LE, SAUSALITO, SAN FRANCrSCo'.S MO.ST NOTED AND POPULAR TRANS-BAY RESORT. 



PACIFIC WINE AND SPIRIT REVIEW 




SAMPI.K-ROOM OF TIIK ClTNDLACH-BUNDSCHl' WISH COMTANV IN SAN FRANCISCO. CALIFOUNl*. 



Jotti- s by Jed Clayton. 



\\ lull V... 

:«M)<| |M. . 



i'lilM ;iriii><- ;i mail "i i"iii ^"iii ji >i i"..im». ji. I'-'iv- 

Ihatawjiy. The thwrfiili-wt filler I ever Liii>»«"«l nrver 
...HI lij:-, 1- mil. h ill ;;.uiir vuii a sii.il.-<I in puLlIc aft.-r lu- K..t his falw t«vth. II. was ar.>«T.I 
><)il,l Ixit it will in III' next : (lu'v'd fall out. 



folks an- boni .s.. jurkv llul vf rh.-y r.-,lv liail to I'l nilli.r liavi- th n-plM-lalion t.r laikin a i..i ano n... 

iM'twr.'ii-th'.l.vil air iliM.-.|.s«-a.' iUlvin' nia.liiiii' savin;; nothin", than to talk only n l«>.-tli— an* nay toi. 
>iil>l roiiic aloiii; an" pick iin ii|> afoic llu-y IkmI to ilcriilc! nuioh. 



( "liarily com is a iiiiiltiliul*- o' sins ; Iml inoiiry < im r«. run- 
iili-ralilf iiion". 



Tli«*«<«> ainatonr plioloKniphR come prvlty nigh doln' fpr on 
what th" iMM't wishtil fer — "to tiev ourm'lve* vt othi • 

lis!" — Kli'o;jlc Mook. 



rinlilin' lit ail |{ailf**nn> wiys I' im- onr <lay that In- was 

fi-t-nl of ihatli. \\ lii-n I n-iniiiihil liini that heath only 

n.-^ a shiniii- mark an.l that he ortml f Ih> sk.-4'n-.l. Iu« '"•'"'^ .M.-ini. k.- A; t'o.. i.f (hhi cii 

OS., ma.lh.aiiil lM-,n af.-.r.l -ii-.v novel fol.hr 

nirriiil hy i 
|M>li> <'hain|'.i;;ii' - , :i 
\ S.hyl.T \ «'o . It 

lUlll . 

( ilhs .11;, 1 . 

Th" futiin- tr.iiilil.s <.f oilnr |>«iipl<- .lout h.lp ns w ilh .>iir ll.i\.l' ii'« > 
r»'s«'iit aHli.ti.Mis. It's nii;:hiy jmhip satisfa.tion to the inr front .>f ihf f.l.l. r .- 
ey t.t know he'll jjive in.lip-stion t' th' man who eats him. to a win.- .filar an.l !•• 



In iiiaii> a iiiarriai:.' for iiioii.\. th' .iiil\ ..in- what uits 
is til' parson. 



76 PACIFIC WINE AND. .SPIRIT RKV^HVV. 

il, F. Plumel Co. Had Active Business Year. Orape Yeast a Germ Destroyer. 



side of France. 

In ISSS I'rof. .)iici|nfMiin ])iililisli(Ml treat iscs on voas 
tnre. In ISitl tlie scienlitic linidani-e of the Institute ( 
Claric was ^iven to liini. In tlie year 1894 lie foundi 
Malzeville, near .Nancv, tlie institnte tliat I)ear.s liis r 



jBii«in«'Ss with the ,1. V. IMinnniel ( "o. diirin;; \\H)7>, was A Xeinaska correhipondent Heiuls us u story ahoii 
vi4\v satisfactory. In fact, 11 was lift \ per eeni l)ettei- llian award niadi- hy llie Congress of Experimental Med 
till' precediufi yeai', and the manner in wliieli tile l)usiness and I'atholo<j;y in Melltonrne, Australia. Seventy- 
is j^rowinji ijives full itromise that I'.MKI will he a jireat treatises on recent scientific advances had heen suhni 
injproveinent on the past twelvemonth. In iiio\ iim I'mni and the first honor ( a dii)loina and i^old medal) was | 
No. 18 Stockton street, where the hoMs<> had lieeii Imaied to a I'renchnian, Professor Jacqucmiu, for an essay o 
so many years and iiad esiahlished a tine husine.ss. \o the medical \ al lie of "j^rape yeast." This essay had previi 
jire.sent splendid ipiarters at No. :{1 Kddy street, there was been laid l)efore the French Academi de Medicine in ] 
naturally a marked loss of certain classes of flie trade hut the contents of the pajier are not fjenerally known 
local to the old location. This is to he a<-connted for hy 
till' Imildint; u]> of a new trade lo take its ])lace. This re- 
estahlishmeiit of trade is j^rowinu steadily and sal isfactoj'X', 
and the class of |)aIrons are of the xci'v hest. The house 
carries ihe tiiiesi of im]ioited w iiics and li(|iiors and in the 
(h)niestic jioods handles nothinji hut "straiiihts." The har, and the main discoveries made there, ar(> jjrotecte 
in the matter of the i|uality of its jjoods, is without a super- patents in I'rance and abroad. 

ior in the city. It was at .Malzeville that Professor Jacquemin, in 

be<ian to use the urajie yeast fungus in treating gern 

We have received a copy of ihc I'.MttJ calendar issued by eases. l?efore that lime the beer yeast fungus was the 

Mr. Peter Dawson, the well known distiller of DuU'town one used, but the result in therapeutic respects had 

and C.lasgow, Scotland. These calendars are always a i„signiticaut. This yeast fungus dies at once in the s 

welconu' visitor to the editorial desk, bv reason of their . i j.i < ' • i^ i i ii i- i c 

. , , <• w IV, .. 1 .1 . . 1 Liiwx ach, and therefore was rejected bv the medical profes 

usefulness, partn-ularly as a memorandum book, and the ^, ., ^, , ^ ■,■ \ , , . , 

f„^. .,..,•, ■ ,^ , ,, .,, , .. Then it was a matter of fiuding ferment which was 

fact that their extraneous matter and the illustrations are "^ 

always historical and instruct ive. This year's book makes *" l'^'*' '" ^'^^ human body and there to preserve its mi. 

a feature of a collection of portraits of famous Scotsmen, killing and curative properties. 

Mr. Dawson states that the genuineness of the ])ortraits Jacquemin's ferment is a yeast fungus from fresh gi 

cau be absolutely relied u]).m. The agents for these fa- from semi-tropic countries, where thev are accustom^ 

mous whiskies on the Pacific Coast are Messrs. Chapman y,,.^ ,-„ a temperature of 35 to 39 deg. C— 95 to 104 

^; \\ ilhei'force. No. 12:^ California street. ., , ... , , w +, ^ f ^ i i i 

hahrenheit — a heat equal to that of the human body 

exhibits an energetic- appetite for germs, and is sai 

A. Fluke's Widow remembered their friends with a nieiii- !>«' i^«pccially helpful in cases of rheumatism and in 

oiaiidnm book which, among other features, contains a vast diseases, where the ferment acts as a destroyer. 

amoiiiit of useful information for the office as \vell as the ' 

home. It is so i-ich in this resi)ect that it would take u}) 
too much sjiace to enumerate the items. The best recom- 
mendation of it is to advise ev<'ryone to get a copy, if pos- 
sible. The title ])age announces that the house received a 
gold medal for their ]»ro(lucts at the St. Louis P^xjiosition 
in 1904. The book is bound in celluloid and very hand- 
somely lillKigiaiihed ill colors. 



Some Good in Smoot. 



APKFSS disi»atch from Salt Lake ("ity says: 
Smoot bade defiance to the Woman's Christian 
])erance Union in a s])eech at the annual baiKpief o 
Salt Lake Commercial Club last niglil. He said: 

"I have read somewhere, I beliexc, in the ]iulilic ji 
of ail organization called the Woman's Christian Ten 
I. W. ('alien, of Cabell & Son., the disi rihiii ing agents ;mce Fnion, that seems to know more about my life 
of Pethesda .Mineral Water, made a trij) to Los Angeles I do myself. They have been looking to find somet 
and other southern cities during the month. It is hardly i)ersoiially against me, and I am going to give them s 
necessary to stale that he returned with ;i hiincli of sat- thing lonight. I lio])e to live and lie in the Senate to 
isfactiu-y entries in his order book. my vole and bring back Ihe armv canleen." 



BARRETT Clli 



43 Front Street, New York 

"THE RECOGNIZED STANDARD" 

CHAS. MEINECKE & CO., Sole Agents Pacific Coast 314 Sacramento Street, SAN FRANCISCO, 



PACIFIC WINK AM) SI'IRIT RE\IKW 




SOClATIOd 

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wmn; \hha5 akk tmi. j-hin^ii'ai uhapi -ti«it\MN(i dimhicts. 



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PACIFIC WINE AND SPIRIT REVIEW. 



Internal Revenue and Customs Decisions. 



(T. D. mr>.) 

Spccidl tdJTK — Assessments — lyiiihiliti/ of crprcss coin- 
l>aiii(s. 

In a suit for taxes based iiimn an assessment, the (Jov- 
eriiment is not required in I lie tirst instance to go further 
in the proofs than to snlnnit tiie assessment list. The 
assessment list regular in I'ni'ni makes diil a piiiiid f(i<-ii 
case. 

AVhere an express eonijian.v, acting tlirongli its agents, 
sends orders for heer to brewers or other dealers, whether 
with or without previous orders from customers, and the 
beer thus ordered is shipped to the agent and the jirice 
tiiereof charged bj the shippers to the express company, 
and is thereafter sold b_v the agent of the express comi)an_v 
to customers applying therefor, the shipi)er not dealing 
with the local customer but charging tlie sale price to and 
receiving payment from the exjjress comi)anv, that com- 
pany becomes involved thereby in a special tax liability 
under the internal revenue laws. 



" " . (T. D. 26951.) 

UniKjc — Olive oil in tins, etc. 
The gauge of olive oil in tins, etc., should be ascertain<><l 
by measurement of receptacles and not by weight. 
Treasury Department, December 27, lOO.j. 
Sir: Keferring to your letter of October 12 last, in 
which you state that it is Die practice at y(mr port in the 
gauging of imp(u-ted olive oil in bottles, jars, tins, and 
similar packages to ascertain the gross weight of such 
importations and to make an allowance for tare according 
to a percentage ascertained by emptying and weighing one 
package of each size in such importations, I have to ail- 
vise 3'ou that it is the practice at the port of New York and 
most of the other larger ports to return such olive oil 
for duty upon a gauge ascertained by measuring the re- 
ceptacles containing such olive oil, an allowance being 
made for the thickness of the tin or other material com 
posing the containers, and if the same be apparently full 
to assess duty upon the capacity of said containers. 

You will modify the practice at your port to conform to 
that in force at the port of New York as above outlined. 
Respectfully, 

James B. Reynolds, 

Assistant Secretary. 
(312.^)7.1 
Collector of Customs, Cleveland, Ohio. 



The two new warehouses of the Sunny Brook Distiller^' 
Co., of Louisvilii'. Ky., are nearing completion, and from 
all appearances will prove a magnificent addition to this 
immense plant. The new warehouses are of the most mod- 
ern brick constructioii md warehouse No. 15 particularly 
is a monster in size. ^^ ith these warehouses the Sunny 
Brook Distillery has a warehouse capacity of about 225,000 
barrels — the best indication of the tremendous output 
required to supply the hea^^" clciiiand for Sunny Brook 
whiskev. 



Saloonkeeiiers of Madi.son, Ind., have forced the Sunc 
closing of barber slKqis. Th«'ir cru.sad*' is now being 
re<ted toward grocers and l)utcher.s. 



i Northwestern R'y 



Two and One=Half Years After. 



IT has been suggested to me by the John J. Fulton 
Company, proprietors of the Fulton Renal Com- 
pound, a remedy for Bright's Disease, that I write 
a supplenieutaiy report of my experience with that 
preparation, for publication in my own paper as well 
as elsewhere. Considering my good fortune in having 
been prevailed upon to take the treatment when I was 
given up to die and was at death's door, I feel it my 
duty to do all I can to let other sufferers know of the 
value of this remarkable medicine. 

After being in the hands of regular physicians for 
many weeks, during which time I rapidly failed, I 
reached the point where my relatives were notified that 
I had. not more than sixty days to live. Thirty days later 
when my own judgment told me that I had reached 
the end of the way, I was induced, against my own 
desires, to begin taking the Renal Compound. With- 
in two weeks it had brought to me normal sleep and 
an encouraging appetite, and within five weeks I was 
in a condition to attend to active business. I continued 
the treatment until I felt that I was a well man. This 
was two and a half years ago, and within the past year 
and a half, I can say emphatically that I have enjoyed 
better health than at any time in the past twenty-five 
years. To those who are suffering from this terrible 
disease, I would say, lose no time in going under this 
treatment. The regular physician cannot save you 
and the medicine cannot harm you. 

Sincerely yours, 

R. M. WOOD, Editor. 
Sau Francisco, Cal. 



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The Picturesque 

Route 

of California 



U more than Attractive for short, Sunday trip* 



On SUNDAYS 

HALF RATES, OR ONE FARE FOR THE ROUND TRIP 

From SAN FRANCISCO To 

St. Vincent, Ignacio, Novato, Petalnma, Cotati, Santa Rosa, 
Pnlton, Windsor, Healdsburg, Lytton, Geyserville, Asti, 
Cloverdale, Preston, Hopland, Gueriieville, Schellville, Vine- 
yard, Sonoma, Agna Caliente, Glen EUen, Sebastopol, Ukiah. 

AV »nt Iravtiing on this road on Sundays wtll comi in 
t^ntatt with Sunday pimict, tithtr tn boats or trains. 

TAKE BOAT AT TIBURON FERRY 

TicKST OmCBt — BM Mxrkct St. (Chronicle Bunding) and TIburon Ferry 
OsiraitAl. Officb— Mutual Life Bolldlng, comer CAliforcia and Sansome 
^ Street*, Sao Frandaco, Cat. 

JAS. L. FRAZIER. Qeo'l Mao. ■. X. RYAN, Qen I Paai Aft. \ 



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I IN lEF^NAL REVENUE and i 

I CUSrOM HOUSE BROKERS ;: 

i-» I iydronirirrs and Elxtra Stems and All Kinds of Revenue Books *^ 

-*' •'5 

I: 411 Battery Street 

V. SarkFrancisco, - - C»l. 



LOUISVILLE, HLNDLRSON 
ST. LOUIS RAILWAY CO. 



"HENDERSON ROUTE" 



Consij^n your shipments from Louisville and 
Interior Kentucky points, care of the Louisville, 
Henderson <St St. Louis Railway, which is a 
direct line to Pat ific Coast points, and same 
will receive prompt attention. 

For rates and other information. addr«M 
the undersigned : 

L. J. IRWIN, 

Traffic rvian;ik'«'r 

LOUISVILLE. KY 



NEW BREW 



YOSEMITE 
LAGER 



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LMIKPRISI BRIWIVi (0. 

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liNCURPORAFtD 



>> PRODUCERS OF » 

SWEET WINES AND BRANDIES 



STOCKTON, CAL.. U. S. A. 






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ABSOLUTE 
PERFECT 



PURITY-- 
MATURITY 




SHERWOOD & SHERWOOD, Distributers, 212-214 Market Street, San Francisco 
216 North Main St., Los Angeles 448 Sherlock Block, Portland, Ore. 



H. Q. HOWELL, Special Representative 

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"Tea Kettle" 

Is the leading old fash= 
ion, straight Sweet 
Mash Whiskey 



"Crab Orchard" 

Straight Sour Mash. 
The brand controlled by 
JAMES LEVY iBRO. has their 
name burned in the bbl. 



"SUSQUEHANNA 



GUARANTEED ALL RYE 



J9 



"SPRING HILL 

HIGH FLAVOR HEAVY BODY 



''Pilgrimage" 

An old style Sour iVlash 



'Old Q. W. H." 

Straight Sour Mash 
Worth trying 




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I ir>;;in ol the vk inc. spirit and brc* ing trade of the Caclflc cua»t 



'OL. XLVIII. 



SAN I-kANLl>C(), I'KBRUARV I's, iuo<-.. 



No 1 



HUNTER 



BALTIMORE 



RYE 



Is lh< Whiikty o( 
RcfincJ Taste 

The OjnnoUieur's 
First Choicr 




Schmidt Lithograph Co. 



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XO CARK COMPLETE 



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WMeHock I 
Wafer I 



LITHIA 



P. J. WEINIGER & CO. 

GENERAL DISTRIBUTERS 

101-103 POWELL STREET 
PHONC BUSH 20 San Francisco. Cal 




argesi Circuialion ol Ihc Wine Trade Papers ol ihe Wesi 



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Cresta Blai^ea Soduei^ir U/ii^es 

THE STANDARD WINK OI- CAIJl'ORXIA 

QIarets : 3aut:er9e5 : 3parl^li9(^ U/ir^es 



^l/'c (lie I he hin/cst prndinrrs a ml holllers of Ii'kjIi (jradc Ciili- 
I or II III II "iiic 

^llr oirii our riiici/nnls miil iiuiLr oil of our iriiies uiid ran 
rlicrcfore iiiuinnilcc ihe jiuri/i/ of rrcri/ hoUlc 

U/etmore-Bou;e9 Qo. 



''*, Location ot Vinej-aids. LIVEUllOItE, CA 

Send for Price fist 



41(1 Post Street, San Francisco 
10 West ."l-lrd St., New York 
41) Van Ikiren vStreet, Chicago 






R. a PEASE, President 



F. M. SHEPARD, JR., Treasurer. 



C. F. RUN YON, Sec 



Goodyear Rubber Company 

Manufacturers and Dealers in 

RUBBER GOODS OF EVERY DESCRIPTIC 




WINE AND BREWER'S HOSE. 



'GOLD SEAL" IS THE BEST. 



RUBBER-LINED COTTON HC 



r>l-6:{-G5-fi7 FOURTH STREKT, PORTLAND, OR. 
573-570-577 AND 57!) MARKET STREET, SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. 

WE ARE HEADQUARTERS FOR EVERYTHING MADE OF RUBB 






vSwiss-American Bank 



I 524 Montgomery Street % 

I S. F., Cal. I 

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gl PKoneMain5G04 ;« 

I Commercial and tSavings Bar>K ';'| 



CKecR Accounts Solicited 



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B. (-,. TOGNAZZl, Managkr ,-jl 

A. A. MICHEI.ETTl, Cashier '^ 



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PACIFIC WINK AND SPIRIT RKXIHW. 



CLASSIFIKU INDKX OK A n\' K KT I S K M I:. X 1 :^ 



CALIFOKXIA WINES AXD UUANUIKS. 



l-Ki- 



Altn Vista Wine* Co Fmnl Covi r 

Barton Vineyard Ci . Lul ! 

Culiioniia \\ me AMociatiuii 

Calif'Toia Winery ., 

F. CiVii^naro Co 4:i 

Finke'8, A., VViiiow _ ■>{ 

Frem-liAnicricun Wine Co - .hi 

(lUndlui-h-HundKliu Wine Co _ 1« 

Ituliiin Vineyard C<inipany„ 47 

Italiim-SwiiMi Colony l") 

I^rliuian A Jarubi 

I,o§ Ant'elcB Wine Coiiiuanjr. 



V Mann Coiiiimny (Jnc ).. 
'v Sonoma Wir 



ne Co. 

Madre Vintage Company 

JuliuH I'aiil 

>..uiii.rii California Wine Company » .'>l 

Stern A Sons, Inc.. Chai 4H 

To Kiilon Vineyard Co 10 

West. Geo A Son, Incori)orat©d 71 

Wetniortj-Bowen Company 2 



DISTILLEKS AND liKOKERS. 

Clarke Bros. A Co 57 

E.J.CurleyACo _ 20 

Golden Eagle Difitilleriee Co. Ino ■IS 

James I^vv A Bro 72 

V,'r. I.jinaiinii A Son _ 1 

• ^v, F. E. A Co 71 

'ro..ls Didlillery Co _ 5 

r, lllrain A Sons _ 27 

li.i Kirby Distilling Co 6 



FDHEIU.N AM> DOMESTIC CIUMi'.toN». 



.<•! Wine Co 

. Im'""'.'". 



nnnrlnlfl. T.. AT, 



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SYRUPS. CiiUOIALS, BITTERS. IKt.NK Jl KK 

Barrett Co |$ 

Tlie K. G. Lyons A Raaa ('■■ M 

I.jk»h's Bitters ', >-i,.n» 

Knsdi, I». P 7 

Uot4enblanCo 9 



BOTTI.KUS' StPPUEs 



Rchoenthaler M(b. t^o .. 
IllinoiH Pacilir (ilaw d 



WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALERS. 

Abrens. F'ein A Biillwinkel _ .'!" 

Carlan, McCartliv \ Co_ 41 

Han ley Mercantile Co 31 

Hotaling, A. I'. A Co _ Front Cover 

Jesiw Mo-irellunt Co 49 

Hiltiert Mercantile Co _... I8-;W 

McDonald A Cobn 45 

NalxT. Alfi" A Krune _ Hai k Cover 

" :ii A Fiidier _ 43 

1; idiiieraz A Co ISack C vcr 

Uros. A i'lai;emnnn _ .32 

.-..u- Home Wine A DistilliiiR C<» 40 

Treadwell A C'o_ 2 

Theo (tier Company _ 29 

P. J. Weniijer A Co '. _ Fruiit Cover 

Wichman, Latgen A Co _ 3.1 



RETAIL LIQUOR DEALERS. 
(wasas TO arr good Tninoa to drink ako »aj.) 



All. liar Cafe 

Kxcbange 

•. Co., A._ 

; r.ir 

ir. P. W Wobber. 



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.- ■ <- .lie, 'Jack" StafFonl. Proprietor. 

J. P. A Co 

(af,. 

Kagle Dimilleriee Co- 

Kn.dil.Hh 

1 Krein 

Harris _ 

. Heritet _ 

•: .'.inol _. 



Turn. Mctiimsey, proprietor 
i'avern Cafe _ 

'•-ifc-«i 

.1 F „ „ 

■ i A Fisher 

>ii« Moiint'r. 

Tevnidale ,t Limlaay 

The Celrl.ratiHl Champnrejn 

Tbi> F.aale, Kauflman A Campbvil 

The lltv.' |_ 

ThK l.arev 

Th«. Prsw 

Thos J. WaUb A Co 

TwonmeT A Mlbnlnvirli 

White Jlorse Inn 



BREWERS. 

BnfTalo Brewing Co 

Enterpriw Brewing Co 

i>l\iii|iiA Beer Conipsny 

RubdUller. F 

Seattle Brewing and Malting Co_ 

Wuniier Brewing Co 



WISEMAKERS' AM' DIsniLEKS" SCPPME' 



loul' 

San i 



I.RADING HOTELS AND RESTAV 

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MISCELLANEOUS. 



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PACIFIC WINE AND SPIRIT RKVIKW. 



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theLOE^W 

SYSTE.M PATENT 

VINE & LIQUOR niTERs 


t ^ — t 

0\mp\v and Durable in .^ 
^^Construction; will \^^ ^^ 
wear indefinitely with (/j( a^vA 
care; is easily cleaned. T^^^HIH 

/'^larihes liquors to a Rft ^T^fW^ ' 

crystal brilliancy i^aira^^^UBiofiM 

without affecting color, ^^nw^Slre^^HH^P 

taste or saves ^^^^HI^^^^^Hi 

obviates long storage; ^^^^^^^^^^^^^V^ 

goods can be received ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ 

bottled the same ^^Hl^^^^^^^^l 

day. ^^^^m^^^^^^^aR^ 


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The LOEW 1 *^ 1 1 

1\ /I£ r^ Cleveland fl Ml 

Mrg.Lo. OHIO m n 1 

J.C.AMELUNG.Agt. ^ ^ 

41 5 hdlian- American Bank Bld^. flR 
~A\ FRANCISCO. C A L. '^ 


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lASH'S BITTERC 



SUNNY BROOK DISTILLERY CO. 

r.OT7ISVir.r.K. KT. 
Contnctlog Offices. 174 Randolph Street, Chicago, Ills. 

ROBKNFIKLD BROS. & CO. PROPS. 
KatM 85 CU., Ii.oo and $1.25 DiitiUerlei No. 5 «nd 2q- 



'iF^H^ PRINT THE "WINE AND SPIRIT 



V| REVIEW." GOOD PRINTING 
'22>M COSTS NO MORE THAN THE 



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OTHER KIND IF YOU GO TO THE 
RIGHT PLACE. 

Phillips & Van Orden Co. 

508 CLAY STREET :: SAN FRANCISCO 



-;ti'*-fe'>i-;=&%-&'J^!^!S&U%-fi-fc-i=iSfc'ii£-5^«}^'ii-&'^^ 



H. v. MOREHOUSE 



J E Alexander 



Morehouse & Alexander 

ATTORNEYS AT LAW 



Phone John 3776 
310 PINE STREET 



SAN FRANCISCO 



TISSUE PAPER MANILA PAPEI 

LABEL PAPER 



PAPER 


OF 

ALL 

KINDS 



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A. ZELLERBACH & SONS 

Cor. Sansome and Commercial St5. 
San Francisco 



City brewery 



OFFICE: 

Cor. 12th and H Str 




U 




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EST 
EER 



In the World. 



Ediiii" Steam Beer 



Sacramento, Ca 



PACIFIC WINE AND SPIRIT RHX'IKW 



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AGE AND PURITY 

1 r%^ SunnV BROOh 

■ a Wa<^ |C3^ A PERFECT WHISKEY. 




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The cIcniMiul i«.r liottlcd in I'.'.iul 
straiv^ht whiskcN is ccrtainl\ increasing: 
\v()mlcrlull_> . 

WouUln't it pay you t<» ha\c the 
av:ency of a well kii()\%n, libcrall\ adscr- 
tisecl and most popular \\hiskc\ like 
SINNN hROOK? 

\\ c will he Rlad to sho%\ you the \\a\. 
Write us tor particulars. Our proposition 
can't be heat. 

SINNY BROOK DlSIIIlUn (0. 

LOUISVILLE, KY 


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TRADE HARK 


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THE ONLY IVHISKEY AlVARDED 

GRAND PRIZE AND GOLD MEDAL 

AT ST. LOUIS %VORLD*S FAIR. 



— Cacbman $ 3acobi 




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Californin Wines and Brandies 

BRYANT A SECOND STREETS. SAN FRANCISCO 
lACIiVHN & J4(()BI ^*''' ""'^^ Offid-. «>'> ««.)d «)7 North Moon- Si 



PACIFIC WINK AND SPIRIT RKVIKW. 



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NITED STATES FIDELITY B GUARANTY CO. 



Phone 

Private Exchange 

4.18 



CAPITAL, $1,700,000 



SURPLUS AND RESERVE, $L428.S46.V) 
TKis Company is A.ccepted as 

SOLE SURETY UPON ALL INTERNAL REVENUE AND CUSTOMS BONDS 

Required by the United States Oovernment from 

Distillers, Brewers and Cigar Manufacturers 



PACIFIC COAST DEPARTMENT 

BORLAND. ROBERTSON & JOHNS, General Managers 331 339 Crossley Building. San Francisco 



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rii.'i!;i"ii;.';i".(.'ii.'i'-'i';i';vi;iL'i,«i«' 



AMERICAN BRANDY 

FINEST IN THE WORLD. WHY? BECAUSE GRAPES ARE CHEAPER THAN 
CHEMICALS IN THIS COUNTRY; Consequently it 'Does Not 'Pay to ADULTERATE. 

THE KIRBY DISTILLING CO. !S£=«±ii£ Fowler, Fresno Co., Cal 

Makes a Specialty of PURE BRANDY, and making NO WINES, has NO WASH OR 
^=^— ==- SOUR WINE TO PUT INTO BRANDY. — — =^— 

OUR SIILLS ARE KNOWN AS NIMBERS 263 OR 357 FIRST DISTRICT, CALITORMA 



« Ihese Numbers ARE BURNED on the GOVERNMENT or STAMPED HEAD of EVERY PACKAGE, there being No Other Genuine "KIRBY BRANDY." 

5K 

^ Sold Only in Carload Lots to the Trade. Correspondence Solicited. 

I 




C. M. MANN CO. 'Nc 

SUCCESSORS 




ESTABLISHED 1859 

Vineyards, Sonoma County, cal. 



WINES \m mm 

CASE GOODS, SPARKLING 
AND CHAMPAGNES A SPE( 



OFFICE AND 
CELLARS, 



216-218-220 SIGRIMEIIIO, and 221 GOMIIIEIIGIIL ST., m Francis 



SAMPLES SENT 
ON APPLICATION 



Sierra madre Uintage Co. 



GROWERS AND PRODUCERS OF 




Pure CdUfomia Wines ^"'^ Brandies 

PORT AND SHERRY 

A Specialty 

Lamanda, Los Angeles County, Cal 

Qold Medal Paris Exposition, iVOO 

Gold Medal Pan-American Exposition, Uuffa'o, 1901 

Qold Aledal Louisiana Purchase Exposition, 1904 



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VOL. XIAIII, Xo. 1. SAN FRANCISCO, FEBRUARY 2H, lOOG. 



$2.«J0 PER YEAR 



Issued Monthly 

TRI-ASURV RKGISTHR CO PUUMSHUR.' 



R M WOOD, 
E. F, WOOD, 



PRESIDENT AND EDITOR 
SECRETARY AND TREASURER 



Office: 028 Montgomery Street, San Francisco. 

Montgomery llU)clt. 
Phiiiiie M<»iiti£<>iii«;ry « -I I — - 



77.r r.i( IFIC WTXE AS]) St'llU T HI ill W in ihr 
only pajtfr of ,1m rlann Hi-nl nf Clii<ii,/i>. II nrruhitf- iiuinn<i 
tKe ff holes lie mui lirlitil Wine. S/nrit iitx't lUer Draltrn t<t 
lite I'nrt/ir Coatt. Ihe Jfi/w .>/-i/j/t» mui Hrainlti I»i*'iller<t «i 
Viilifornia. the Wine and Tirnndii fluf/cr* (tml th' linjxirtir*. 
ViatiUert and J<>l>bere of the I'niled States. 

KntiTu<l At the I'oBl Oirice at J^aii Kr.inciscn. Cal., 
as Second-Class Matter. 



All CHECKS, DRAFTS. MONEY ORDERS, Etc , should be 
mjde p.iy»ble to TREASURY REGISTER CO. 



Subscriptions per year — in adrancr, postage paid. 

For tbr I'oitrd States, Mexico and Canaila \i 

i'or the Unite<l States, Mt-xico and Cann<la. six mouths I 

For l^uropcan coantries j 

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F£RRO-QUINA BITTERS u thr lenti 



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For <Mte (n «nv fir 



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PACIFIC WINK AND SPIRIT RP:VIK\V. 



MARKET CONDITIONS 



DU\' WINKS : — ]{usiiicss diiriiifi the iiionlli was oxcocd- 
injily i^ndd. orders liiMiig uiinsuallv fn-c and tlic oul- 
l<M>k iiidi-f iironiisiiifi; llian at auv similar liiiic in jircvious 
years. ( "nnsiderinj;- the cinMinisljincrs. ilic siirini;' trade 
shunld Ix' licltcr liian \isual, while jirices are linn under 
llie current lij;iir<s. Fi'liruary business showed a marked 
increase over tiiat of last seasou, nni mily l>y sea, hut hy 
rail. ]'].v]iorts for the short monih iiy sea were 420 cases 
and ."idl.lJSO iiallons hulk, of the value ot |l(iS,L'l(;. For 
tiie same month of l!K)r> there was a larjicr exportation of 
wines in ylass hy sea, but the total bulk slii]»ments were 
only liS!),4ll jiallons of the value of |l(l:2,!>>r). < )f the moutlrs 
shipments New York took .■>!l!),."')K; jiallons; Hawaii came 
second with 4!t,74i,' gallons, while .Mexico look 114 cases 
and 27,!I.")S iiallons. The deiuaiul for the best yrade of Cali- 
fornia wines in British ("olunibia is showiiii; a marked and 
healthy increase. This is a veiy promisiun iiiarki I at 
the jiresent time. 



SWEKTS:— There is no six'cial feature of ilie market at 
the pre.sent time, condilions remaiiiiui; as they have 
been for several montlis. .\moii^ wine men the liivatest 
interest is taken in the i>eiidiuii amended wine bih whicli 
is now before t'onjiress. The Iiill ]iro|ioses a nominai tax 
of three cents (m each taxable oallon of Jnandy used in 
fortification. The full text of the Iiill ai)pears elsewhere 
in this issue. The indications are that the measure will 
become a law, as it is not opposed by the Government, and 
will be backed by the wine men of the entire country. It 
is believed by those who are in the best position to jndge, 
that the adoption of this bill -would be a great boon to that 
branch of the viticultural industry. The production in the 
two districts was L'li0,579 (iS-lOO gallons during January. 
The output for the saiiu> mouth last year was 275,40!) 
00-100 gallons. 



BII.WDV: — Conditions remain unchanged, the demand 
being strong while values continue to harden. The 
statistical condition is excellent, and everything looks rosj' 
for the brandy men. The production in the two districts 
for January totaled r)7,02;j tax gallons. During the same 
month in the preceding year the jtroduction Avas 148,135 
5-10 gallons, being nearly 100,000 gallons in excess of last 
mouth's (mt])ut. There remained in bond, January 31st, 
1000, 1,(507,751 6-10 tax gallons. On the same date in 1905 
the figures were 1,009,000 gallons, which shows a com- 
parative decrease of 211,L'5G 4-10 gallons of bonded stock. 
Ivxports of brandy by sea weve of fair volume aggregat- 
ing 31 cases, i:',]3 giilhnis of the value of f 2,002. 



WHISKY: — The whisky market is in Al condition. 
This remark ap|)lies particularly to the country. 
Kejiresentative houses rej)ort orders coming in A^ery freely 
and collections good, with the oiitlook more promising than 
ever. The local trade is not Avhat it should be, and it is 
the same old puzzle to the best gues.sers in the business. 
It is certain that the retail liquor trade of this big city, 
with all its prosperity, high wages and heavy transient 
travel, should enjoy good times along with other lines of 
business; but the fact remains that trade is comparatively 



dull. However, general results to the wholesalers are i 
that could be expected, and the outlook for a continuati 
of (he present prosperous business is very bright. Kxjioi 
by sea were of fair vcdunu' totaling 1,404 cases and 3,0 
gallons vahiei! at !!fl7,301. ini|)orts were heavy, being 2.2 
cases, KM casks, 05 octaves aiid 22 barrels. 

The exporis of miscellaneous litpiors aggregated 1,4 
cases, 7 casks, 172 barrels, 2 kegs and 1,007 galhms bii 
of the value of .'i|!23,27G. 



BEEK : — The export trade in beer was good during F( 
I'uary. The figures of exportation were 2,I>:>1 ])a( 
ages bottled, and 120 packages bulk, valued at »20,(n:;. 



IMPORTATIONS:— The trade in imported goods was 
fairly good volume during the month, and gave eve 
promise of continued strength. The imports for Fel)rua 
were excei)tionally heavy, being larger than feu- ma 
months i)ast. The iiems were as follows: 

Wine, 138 cases, 2 casks, 42 barrels, 7 half-barre 
brandy, 203 barrels, 135 octaves, 20 cases; whisky, 1,8 
cases, 101 casks, 95 octaves, 22 barrels; li(|uors, 722 <-as( 
gin, 2,099 cases, 05 casks, 50 octaves; vermouth, l."5,1 
cases; bitters, 1,400 cases; Amer Picon, :!00 cases; absintl 
100 cases; chei-rics in maraschino, 100 cases; punch, 
cases; fruit juices, 22 barrel.s, 7 cases; rum, 10 octave 
beer, 305 cases, 140 barrels, 100 casks, 87 barn 
bottled; ale and stout, 209 eases, 475 barrels; minei 
water, 1,475 cases, 05 casks, 30 barrels; ginger ale, 2 
cases. 



Wine and Brandy Receipts. 

The receipts of wine and brandy from interior cellars duri 
the month of February were: Wine, 1,447,7"25 gallons; branc 
20,500 gallons. 



American Wiiiskiesln Bond. 

The quantity of American whiskies and spirits remaining 
bond in San Francisco January 31, 1906, was 94,017 t 
gallons. 



A Century in Bottle. 



THE three bottles of 1789 brandy, sold in Paris a day 
two ago for £5 12s. a bottle, by no means provide : 
absolute record in point of age. In half a dozen Lond^ 
hotels anyone may obtain century-old liqneur brandy. . 
the Hotel Cecil guests may drink ''Boulestin' of lh;> .ve 
1800 at 3s Od a liqueur glass, while a comparatively yout 
ful brandy, which has only .spent seventy-five yeJirs in t 
same bottle, seems (piite cheap at 25s a bottle. 

The senior brandy at the Savoy is entering its secOi 
century to-day, for it dates back to the Trafalgar year 
1805. It costs £4 10s a bottle. Two varieties of 18 
brandy may also be obtained. Y'et these brandies are 
their callow youth compared with some of the veneral 
spirits in the cellars of s(une old French families, braudi 
which are over 150 years old, and only see light once in 
decade at weddings and similar epoch-making even 
"^'ery old liqueur brandies," said the manager of the SaV' 
Hotel,"' become (jnite pale and as mild as milk." 



PACIFIC WIXE AND SPIRIT REVIEW. 

YhU PROPOSED SWEET WINE BIEE. 

'-p^ in; Ki;mi;\v li<i-.\vii|i |.risfiiis ili.- liix .upN „( t\„- s.alf. mi. n ^w.ti wm.-. iifi.r n 

I aiiiiiiiltil liill icljitiii^' to (he s\vi-«'t wine ln\x and in- <'<»iilaiiu-<l tlii-nin, aii<i if»<iuiii 

iiiii...lu<-.-(l liy Cuiiyi-.ssiiiaii NiMMlliaiii ..n rcl.niarv '"»• v<>limu- li.v a.l.liiiuii i.f wain . r 

iMMk wl.i. 1, IMS iM.-u ivrrivrd i.M •alifninia. Th.- nM-asun- I'"" "^ I""-" '"'"'''I <'I-««'»'I'-"h. .1 jii-.., .1 



is saitl to be .satisfartoi-y to tin- < inMi'iiiiiini. and as llic 



li/fd lain'or |)«i| Hiipir to tin- |iiir<- l •>r 

tin- f)Tiii<Mil<Nl |ii-<h|ii«I of kiicIi yiai'. ..r- 

Kast.-in and W.st.i-n win.- men aiv iii-in- its |.as>«i-.- it tili.ati.ui pi-ovidnl \,y iIiIk Art for ' .,f |kt- 

will doiilith'ss Immoihc a law during; tiiis session of ('onfjn'ss. fntinn swrt-t wims arroiilint; fo < ■ i.inl or 

Tin- onlv |ii<)lialdi' o|»|Misitioii mav ronu- ffom tlu> spirit ''"' <i<l'lili<>ii of irahr in Hurh . uniif an may be 

foinbiiiation, l.nl it is not tlioiitilit to l.u sulllci.'iitlv sti-ong "' i"*"""7/ '" ''" »K,h,iuu„l „,.■ • .jntpc rfjitrei/om 

to di'f«at the bill cniKh<iH,uii,l i,ii„M Irmliny lo firmmtmij tii»knM\i\\\ not \tv 

. , , . exclude*! by tin- definition of pure hwi-*-! wim- afonttaid: 

ui'arc indebted to I'errv I. .Moi-<'aii, I'rcsidi'nt of the /*,.-..•;./<,/ i,. .,.,■. ■ ti ... .i . i . 

■^ ' loiitttii, hniiiitr, I hat the tune «»r Ikh-i Hupir, or iralcr, 

('alif..niia Win.- Asso.iation, now in Washington, for the so us«-,i shall not i,i riihrr cum, Im- in exei-w of ten per 

ropy as aiin-ndfd. (twin;: i» tin' iini>oftaii(e of the iin-as- ci-ntuin of tin- wi'i;;ht «if tiie wine ti» Im* fortiii«i| uiiiler lliiM 

niv this issue of III.' Ki:vm:\v has Im.mi d.-|jiv<-d s.'V.t:iI davs '^^'^ '■ ■'"'' l>i>'ii>l,,l furllnr. That ih. .i.l.i.t...,, ..( ,ralr, 

in onbT that win- n,.n of il,.- S.:,(,- n.i^d.t hav.- ll,.. f,",ll '"'■'■'" """""''^''^ "'"'I '" ""♦/''• *'" ""/ Hm- 

, , , ,. ... il<ittoiis us tin- CnmiiiiMMioiiir of IhI' ' ilh the 

text of the nieasni.. at the caili.'st imssilil.' iiHiiiifiit. „,.. ,i,t,i. w.. ... / .i -r 

' «/»/<» in ul of tin- Secntan/ of the Tn timti to 

Thi' italic lett.-i-s sh-.w the ani.'ii.lni.-nts to the ol.l sweet tiiiir lursniln: Inil in no puy -' ,, ,rhich 

win.- law. irutrr hux b<rn uihlnl he rlitjil. ..Irr the 

II. l{. l.")lit;(;. pmrixionji of this Art icherr tn- >-i„m . „,,., j- > m< iitntion 

«'"/ In foil- fortifirutunt, have an nlmholir gtrvnyth ttf leta 

tliun fiir jur rrntum of their roliimr." 

IN Tin: IKMSKoF IJI'.l'i; KSKNTATI VKS. Sk<-. 2. That w^tion f.irtyniiie of the mid Art. ap- 

I'.bniary 20, |!I(m;. pr.iv.-.! O.tob.-i- lii-st. ei;;ht.-en hiindreil nncl uinelv, be 

., X- ,1 • . I 1 .1 r 11 • ill I . aini-n.l.il so as t.» i-.-.i,| as f.dbtws: 

.Ml-. Niclliani inliodincl the followin;; l>ill. win. h was n^ , 

/• ... 1 . .1 /• . . :.. A»- 1 \r 1 "Skc. 4!t. That wine spirits uwd in foi- ■ r-n 

ft-ni-.! t.> 111.' ( oniniittee on Wavs an. I Means aii.l i . ■•■ . t. 

.,,.,, , •" 4 1 may be n -covered from such wine onlv on I he I fa 

o|-.lere.| to li.- prilite.l. • .... , ....,'. 

duly authon/.eil ;;ni|>«- brandy distiller; and for ih«' pur 

pos<' of such rec.ivei-y wine s<» fonitb-d may Im> n-«-eivei| an 

^ Itll I mat. -rial .m the premi.s.s of smh a ilistilb-r. on a K[H-<-ifll 

l».-iniit of th.- C.ilbiti'r of Iniernal Kevenue in w•|^^^♦^• di»- 

trict the .lislilb-ry is bM-atiil; and the distiller will Im- held 

to pay the tax .iii a pi.t.lint from such winewns will iiirliide 



Toanii n«i ixisiin;.' laws i-.-latini: to ihe fortifi.^ition of |nir. 
swei't win.-s. 



//. U rnurl, ,1 U„ Ih, S,nute and llous, of Kepns.^Hlatirrs ,^^,,, ,,„. „|,.„|,„|i,. st,-,.n-th tl.en-in pr«-Iu..^I by the fernien- 

nf the I'nit,,! St,it,.s of Am,n,u in f'onfiress assembled jj^,;,,,, „f (|„. ;;nipe jui.e ami »!.;•• ..i.< ....... i (,'.„. ,i !.|„i 

That si-cthm forty line.- ..f th.- Act eiititl.-.! -An Act to re- ,iis(ilb.,l spirits, subject, hoir. . ,-• 

dii.i- the ri-v.-mi.- and .-.inali/..- duties .>ii imports, an.1 for f,,,,, ihi,tii three hundred and '.* 

oth.-r iHii-p..s.-.s." a|ipi-..ve.| n.tob.r lirst, .i-htc-n hundrf-tl „f the I nited tttates. us amended >■ \rt 
an.l nim-ty. as amend.-.] by s.-.tion sixty .-i;:ht of th.- Act entitled '.\n .\,-t to amend tl' ' :.i/ 
of August tweiilysi-v.-nth, ei^Iitis-n hiin.lr.-<l an.l ninety- rerenue.' appmred March fir^ . r- 
f.,n.- b,. further ann-mled. so as to n-a.l as follows: inti/uin, ; and such apirils .« f,y 
^i:r. 4:{. That the wine spirits meiitioneil in .sei-tion such ilistiller to fortifif irin. ..n 
I "iiytw.i .>f this A.t is the )ii-<i.lnct resiillinK from the f,trtiittr,t of the af,» ' '< ipi„>,\< ,t n, i,. .)h- 
distilbiti.in ..f f.-rm.-nled ;;nip.- jiii.-e. lo irhieh irut,r mail t>, n hundred and i 
hare be,n iiddid prior to. ,hirinff. Or after fermentation. Ski". ;{. That the ('„.. 
f,ir the Side purp,ise of furilitatini/ the fermentation and hinbif authori:e,l to n- 
■ee,fnomie,il ,listHliili,)n thrriof. and shall Im» hel.l to include /.,- fortifiid such un- 
file pr.Hln. t from i/eapi s or their risiihns, c.mimonly known for th, prop,r mi/n 
n« ;:rape bramly; ami th.- piir.- swe.-l wine, which may l>e .imh irines. That II 
forlitb'.l fii-e of lax. as provideil in S4iid s4-<-ti.>n, i« fer stitrekeeprri/au'/' i - 
mi-nti|| ^i-jipf jni.-i« .>idy. an.l shall contain no otln-r sub- sii/nmenl of niorek- 
utance whal.-ver intr<Hln.<-d iM-f.ire. at the time of. or after as noir pntriil"! l 
fermiMitati.Mi, ej-eept us h' rein , xpr, ssh/ pritrhleil ; and hiicIi ll,ir, rnment » 
»we.-t wim- shall i-onlain not less than four |>er centum of su,h sirnt irm 
Macchariiie matti-r. which .saccharine stri-n;;th may \h> deter- «iic/i maker of such 
min.-d bv ti-stitiir with nallinL''s s;(.-, baroim-li-r ..r imisl •,! ihi-r, ,;iiIm on .• . >.ii 



IRVINGS APRICOT BRANDY : ROSENBLATT CO, 



SAN FRANCISCO 

CALirOBNIA 



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him in lln fortifintliuii uf such iriiuti (htriii;/ the imrcdiiig 
iiitiiilh. That IkdhIs hcnaflrr </iiiii iiiidcr the i)r()ri.si<)iiii of 
the iiforcsai^l Act of October first, citfhtccii Ininilrcd and 
ninctji, as amended. kIiuII he conditioned for the payment of 
the tax on all brandij removed thereunder and not used 
and accounted for uilhin the time and in the manner rc- 
(juintt till law and ref/ulalioiin. and for the jiai/mcnt of all 
chari/es herein impoxed on the hrandi/ so uilhdraun and 
uxed : and the said hondx shall contain tiuch other condi- 
tions as the < 'om mission< r of Inhrnal RereniK , irilli tin' 
approval of the Sccrrlarp of tin Treasnrp. inai/ hp npii- 
lation presi-rilie. 

Skc. 4. Thai iihi re brand p to he used in the fortifica- 
tion of nine is ilistilled on premises adjacent to the }riner!/ 
premises the ('e)mmissionrr of hitrnni} h'rrciuir map, in 
liis discretion, authorize the <r<clion on (illnr of said 
premises of feriin iilini/ I'als for ninh rial to Ik iisi tl rilhrr 
in the manufactiin of sncli iriin s or tin Iniiinlii lo tie itseil 
in the fortification lln reof : ami all suili mah rials nst'd or 
receired on eitln r of said premises shall lie under the super- 
rision of the officer assipin d to snch irinerp, and shall he 
accounted for at snch linns and in such manner as the 
Commission( r inai/ direct. 

Se(". 5. Thai tin' provisions of sections thirl p-tivo hun- 
dred and hvcnl p-on< ami tliirtp-hfo Innnlrcd and tirentp- 
three of tin li'erised Slalnles of the I'uited Stahs. as 
amended tip an Act apprnred March first, eipliteen hun- 
dred and serentp-niu( . an In r< bp extended to prape hrandp 
uithdraun for use in tin' fortification of sweet icines, and 
which, prior to such use. is <n-iidentallp ilestroped Tip fire 
or other casual t p irliih stored in the fortifpinp room on the 
wincri/ premises. 

Sec. 6. Tltat anp person irho bp unp process recovers 
from wines fortified undi r the prorisions of the aforesaid 
Act approred Oi-IoIk r first. ( i(/liteeu Iiundred ami ninetp, 
or amendments tin r< to. anp tn-andp or wim- sj)irils used 
in the )nanufactun- or fortificalion of said u-inc, (dherwisc 
tJian is provided for in saiil A<-t ami its (unendmoits. or 
uho shall rcctifp. mir. or compound uitli (dhcr distilled 
spirits such fortified irims or i/rapc brand// or u-ine spirits 
unlawfullp i-ecorered therefrom . shall, on conviction, be 
punished fov each su<-]i offense bp a fine of n(d less than two 
Iiundred dollars nor nmre tinui one thousand dollars. Hut 
the prorisions of this sn-tion. ami the provisions of section 
thirtp-two hundral and fortjpfonr of tin' Revised Statutes 
of the I'uited Xliites, as annnded. rclatinp lo rectification, 



shall not lie In III to upplp to tin lilemlinp of pure su 
nines fortified iiinli r lln pnnisions of tin said Act 
October first, ciijhti en hundn d and. ninetp, or amendnu 
thereto, where sucJt icines are blended for the sole purf 
of perfect inp the .same according to commercial standi 



Wine Trade Outlook Highly Encourajj;ing. 

IN iTvi('\viii;i' tlir lr:i(lc ((niilii inns df ilic upciiiii}; of 
year, and cdiiiiih'IiI ini; iipnn ilic uullnnk, Cliai'lcs Bi! 
scliu, I'nsidciit i)f Ilic ( liiiiillacli I'.imdsclni Wine C 
paiiy, of lliis lily. ]\:\,\ Ilic fcliowiiii;- liiiiliiy cncouraf; 
stafciiiciil lo make lo a rcju'csciilat i\(' of tlic Kkvikw 

'•I'resciit coiulitioii of Made is (•iic(niraji;in<i. Orders 
coniiiij;' ill freely, and 1 am looking forward for a g 
S]>riii.i;' Irade. Trices naluially liaxc not advanced UE 
the jiolicy of Ilic (iimhiiird coiiccnis. Swcels are i 
mostly al a sacrilice, considering- llie \aliie of llie gr£ 
invisted in by tlie wine-makers dnriiif? tiie past viutaji 
tlie sweet wine districts. Tlie jxilicy of tlie leading;; 
trilaiters cvidcrlly aims not to curtail flii' oiiti»nt serioi 
liy an increase in prices. 'I'liis jiolicy may also indica 
desire to keej) wine prices low, in oi'der nol lo cnconi 
too hisili a jirice on firapes diirin<;- the coming; vintaf;;e, 
one react on tlie other. It may also imply a hold tende 
to rule the market liecause prices paid for sweet w 
would not allow their sale at ruling;' i|uotatioiis withoi 
loss. 

"It is, however, exjiected that this will re;,nilate it 
with the furtlK r advance of the season. In dry wines n 
ins 'i*'W can lie reported. Never l)efore has the ma: 
been so bar* of offeriniis from first hands. Every desir; 
cellar appears to have been secured sometime ago, 
whatever remains unsold is either in very strong ha 
or attracts no attention by virtue of defective quality. 

"The Fall of the year will evidently jiresent very unui 
conditions, rs there are already many empty wine vats 1 
in the inh r!or and in San Francisco. Prices of dry w 
appear to be much better sustained than the value! 
swtH'ts. The latter are evidently made tlie wliip-hai 
with wliicli the combined forces are tiyhtinii- the outsid 




— To-Ralon Wines 

FROM THE FAMOUS OLD H. W. CRABB TO-KALON VINEYARDS 
AT OAKVILLE, NAPA COUNTV, CALIFORNIA, AND THE ONLY 
GENUINE "TO-KALON" WINES ARE THOSE SOLD BY US 

TO-KALON WINES bottled at our Cellars in OaKville. Pure Wines of tKe Highest Grade, 
in case lots to suit, also in bulK. Heavy AVines for Blending a Specialty. 



VINEYARDS: 

OaKville, Napa Co., Cal. 



W* «?» 



Office, NAPA, CAL. 

E. W. CHURCHILL, Manager 



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TO-IiALON VINEYARD COMPANY 



PACIFIC WINE AND SPIRIT RKVliCW. 



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«* -''■■• "'■■* "-^ND NOT^. 



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W. i{. iMiiiiiDn- i»f "Alia \isla Wiiu-s" faiiu- is doin;: 
llu- Suutlilaiiii and ininMlmin;; tin- wcaillliy visitm-s m 
Suutlu'rn ('alifmnia U> tin- viiiiics of tlic Alta Vista wiiu-s. 
Mr. Diiiiiinrc will Im- in ihc Snuiji f.ii- scxinil wfi-ks mi 
this iiiissinii. 



\\ . II. MclJiMvi'i-s* Ci-ilar HitM)k, "Muiitcr Haliiiimn- 
IJ.vi '■ :in<l ••.M;irvlaiiil .Moii<>;;niiii" an- names that have* 
Immiiimi' know n as svimnvnis ft^r >xnni\ whisky, aiitl tin' Mil- 
Iwi-t .McnMiitih- t'ltiiipanv iv|iort an i-xrclh-nt ami imrt'as 
ini: limiaiiil fur tlu-s*' old favoritt's. 



TrtMilwill \ <■«'. r<'|iiirt Imsiucss pMxl in "Tn-adwrll 
Wliiskv" — 'the lust ever." City trade is ;,'oi>d, shnwing 
an inen-ase over the previous month, wliih' tin; «onutry 
demand for • Tread \vt II Whisky" and otl:er piods handleil 
liy ihein is exe.'pt ioiially j,'ratifyin^', ke<-pin<; the shipping 
department on the hnstle. 



Ill 111 \ i; I'laL'einnnn. niana;:er for \VilIi;im WnliV \ 
Company, nf this city, i-etnrned the latter p:iri of i'ehruary 
after a month's trip through Southern California for ree- 
reation. .Mr. I'lauenuinn evidently lienefiled l»y the trip, 
as he lo ks like a "two-vi-ar-old," and fe<-ls fully ei|uip|ie<I 
for a;:ain asstiinin;; the arduous duties of ihr mana;:ement 
of the l>i^ house willi wliirh in* is eonnei-ted. 



The New .Mint restaurant at <»0"> Coniinereial street, es 
tali'islied lifiythrte yesirs ap>, is the ol<l«*st restaurant in 
San I'nineiseo. Tlii-; ilors not pn-vent it from h«'in}i enter 
prisin;; and up-to-dal)-. Duriiij; the jiast few months tlie 
Volume of loisim-ss Ijis praitii-iiliy douMed, and tlie riass 
of tnnle is tlie very hest in the eity. The .Mint stTVJ's 
lalj'e iriiofi- dinners whieli nio unsurpassed anywhere, 
the ei;;ht eouise l're;ieh iliuner lieii't: one dollar, and lh<' 
four e lur «', fifty rents; liineh is iilways a la etirle; all 
kitids of n'fr. slim«Mits ate served tit taldes in the p'-itnnrant 
duriii:: tin- iifierii o;i. ,'lso ••.•ifii'ni.mn '■ 



MiiKineHH In pN>4| with tho Thttt. (}i«'r (Nini|Hiny, Oak- 
land and San FranrJK- <>. Trade so far lliin y«*ar has proved 
v«*ry Kiiti>faeii>ry, and the fact ti at this lioufi«- niak< k a 
sjH'rially of |)tire, hich ^rade winiH dire«t from their own 
vineyanls in Napa ami Alaimthi eountieti, and of liui* 
whiskieN, will iindouliiedly iuKUre uii ini-nniMiug |Ntpular 
ily for the liraiids of iliix tnms*- 

It) the •Ijinimry isHUe< i w theunibitioiiM printer 

wild thou;;ht he knew all hImmii rliampa;;ue hninilK, made 
us say that chtirlen .Meinieke & Company wen* Pacific 
Coast Ap'iits for I'iper lleidxii-^-k C|iani|iii{nH*, l»ut what 
Wiis intended to have liei-n K4«id wa>« that they wen» the* 
handli rs on this Ctuist of the Mono|Mdc Chani|ui(;ne of 

lieids:e<-k & Ctuiipany, the vriai rli:iiiipiit.'iii- I «<• of 

Kheiitis, estaldishiil in ITSTt. 



The first two niontliH of the year have niatle a in<Nit aati*- 
faetory showing; fir Shi a. Hi ri|ueniz & Co.. who re|M»rt that 
so far their InisineKs tliis year lia.n far exei«"«h>d that of 
the similiir pi riiul of l!»ll.". 'I' ' .if "AHlor"" whiHkr 

iiri' c(Uistantly ;;rowin«, and ' Imuul i» reiaininf; 

all < f its old friends and eonttiiuallv addiuj; ni'iv oiieit to 
the list. 






r-c-LiNDEco *TS; 

WAREHOUSEMEN * h 




THE BARTON VINEYARD CO., L'td. 



ESTABLISHED 1680 



.K()\Vi:k; 



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[I,: ik.s ( i!" 



The Famous IJarton \\ ines and Brandies 



XCACO Ar.KKT 

BVRON E VI ATCtt 
46 V\N Fli »i;s ,sr 



\ inc:\ /irtl>4 /inci Ct;ll/ir«, I 'r*--**!!**, C<ilii\ )f ni/ 1 
WM. RENNIE. Manaom 

I"nlUiN<>. C.\L 



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PACIFIC WINE AND SPIRIT RKVIKW. 



List and Status of Bills Introduced Affecting Wine and Liquor Industries. 



SENATE BILLS. 

S. 2800. Iiitr. l-SdC. by Mr. Hopkins of 111. (Pure Food Bill.i To 
regulate Interstate tralfle in iKlultorated or niisbranded arliclos. and 
to permit the respective States and Territories to regulate the sale 
t.iertof within iheir respective boundaries. Referred to the Committee 
on Inti rstate Commerce. 

S. 3(123. Inlr. 1-24-OG by Mr. HopUins of HI. (Intended as Amend- 
ment of S. 8S.) To regulate interstate tralTic in adulterated or mis- 
branded articles and to permit the respective Slates and Territories 
to regulate the sale thereof within their respective boundaries. Re- 
ferred to the Committee on Interstate Commerce. 

HOUSE BILLS. 

H. R. ■452(i*. Inlr. 12-(;-0.i by Mr. Souihard of Ohio. To amend Sec. 
45 of Act of October 1, 1890, relative to lax on wine spirits. Referred 
to the Committee on Ways and Means. 

H. R. 8433*. Intr. 12-15-(i5 by Mr. Morrell of Pa. To repeal Sec. 38 
of the Act of February 2, 1901. (To re-establish Army Canteen.) 
Referred to the Committee on Military Affairs. 

H. R. 10071. Intr. l-4-t)6 by Mr. Roberts of Mass. To provide for 
untaxed deiiEturized alcohol for industrial purposes. Referred to the 
Committee on Ways and Means. 

H. R. 11277. Intr. 1-10-06 by Mr. Needham of Calif. To amend Sec. 
49 of Act of October 1. 1S90 and Sec. GS of Act of August 27, 1894, 
relative to distillation of wine spirits. Referred to the Committee on 
Ways and Means. 

H. R. 11781. Intr. 1-12-06 by Mr. Bartholdt of Mo. To amend Sec. 
3255 of the Revised Statutes of the United Slates, concerning exemp- 
tions in favor of distillers of brandy made exclusively from fruits. 
Referred to the Committee on Ways and Means. 

H. R. 12071. Intr. 1-16-06 by Mr. Lorimer of 111. (Pure Food Bill.) 
To regulate interstate traffic in adulterated or misbranded articles and 
to permit the respective States and Territorifs to regulate the sale 
thereof within their respective boundaries. Referred lo the Committee 
on Interstate and Foreign Commerce. 

H. R. 12075. Intr. 1-16-06 by Mr. Marshall of N. D. To exempt from 
Jnternal revenue tax domestic alcohol intended for lighting, heating 
'land manufacturing purposes, and for use as a motor fuel. Referred 
to" the Committee on Ways and Means. 

H. R. 12705. Intr. 1-22-OG by Mr. Bartholdt of Mo. To amend the 
internal revenue laws. Providing for reduction of tax on distilled 
.^spirits to seventy cents per gallon. Referred to the Committee on 
.Ways and Means. 

H. R. 12707. Intr. 1-23-06 by Mr. Hamilton of Mich. A statehood 
bill, providing for prohibition in the district known as Indian Terri- 
tory and in all Indian reservatiocs of Oklahoma for a period of twenty- 
one years from date of admission as a State. Referred to the Com- 
' mittee on Territories. 

1-23-06 committed to the Committee of the Whole House on the 
;' • state of the Union. 

. -■■ -" 1-25-06 referred to Committee on Territories in Senate. 

1-29-06 reported from Senate Committee with amendments. 

H. R. 128C8. Intr. 1-23-06 by Mr. Fassett of N. Y. Defining natural. 
pure, artificial and carbonated wines; for preventing adulteration, mis- 
branding, and imitation of wines; for imposing a lax upon and regu- 
lating the ?ale of artificial wines, and for regulating interstate traffic 
and foreign trade therein, and for other purposes. Referred to the 
Committee on Ways and Means. 

H. R. 13G55. Intr. 1-31-06 by Mr. Littlefield of Me. To limit the 
effect of the regulations of commerce between the several States and 
Territories in certain casfs. (Similar to Dolliver Bill in Senate and 
Hepburn Prohibition Bill in House.) Referred to the Committee on 
the Judiciary. 

H. R. 13776. Intr. 2-1-06 by Mr. Bingham of Pa. To amend Section 1 
of an act entitled "An Act to amend the internal revenue laws re- 
lating to distilled spirits, and for other purposes," approved March 3, 
1899. To amend law relative to soakage ailovs^ance on distilled spirits. 
Referred to Committee on Ways and Means. 

H. R. 13777. Intr. 2-1-OG l.y Mr. Bingham of Pa. To amend Sec. 50 
of the Act of August 28, lifl, entitled "An Act to reduce taxation, to 
provide revenue for the support of the Government, and for other 
purposes. Providing that no tare (soakage allowance) shall be made 
on distilled spirits. Referred to ilio Committee on Ways and Means. 

H. R. 13778. Intr. 2-1-06 by >!r. Bingham of Pa. To amend the 
internal revenue laws and to prevent the double taxation of certain 



di.slilled spiiiis. l'ro\iding Uiat disiilKd .spirits, existing in the sU 
or wood of any package (soakage) on which the tax has been i 
shall not be subject lo further tax. Referred to the Committee 
Ways and Means. 

H. R. 13853. Intr. 2-2-06 by Mr. l.orimer of 111. (Pure Food E 
To regulate interstate IrafTic in adulterated or misbranded articles 
to i)ermit the respective States and Territories to regulate the 
theriof within their respective boundaries. Referred to the Coraml 
on Interstate and Foreign Commerce. 

H. R. 13855. Intr. 2-2-06 by Mr. Volstead of Minn. To provide 
denaturized alcohol, the tax to be paid thereon, and regulating 
sale. Referred to the Committee on Ways and Means. 

H. R. 13856. Intr. 2-2-06 by Mr. Williams of Miss. To prohibit 
press companies and other common carriers from importing 1 
foreign countries into certain localities of the United States and f 
transporting from one State Into certain localities of another S 
intoxicating liquors when carried to be delivered with the charg 
collect on delivery. Referred to the Committee on the Judiciary. 

H. R. 13859. Intr. 2-2-06 by Mr. Rodenberg of 111. (Pure Food I 
To regulate commerce in food, drinks, confections, condiments, 
drugs among the States and Territories, the District of Colun 
insular possessions, and foreign countries, and for other purpc 
Referred to the Commitlte on Intt rstate and Foreign Conrmerce. 
HEARINGS HELD AND SET. 

Feb. 1-06. House Committee on Ways and Means — Bill to pro 
wine adulteration. 

Feb. 6-06. House Committee on Agriculture — Provisions of Agr 
tural Appropriation Bill, in re-inspecticn of imported goods. 

Feb. 7-06. House Committee on Agriculture^Provisions of Agr 
tural Appropriation Bill, in re-inspection of imported goods. 

Feb. 7-06. House Committee on Ways and Means — Various 
alcohol bills. Hearings to be contin\ied at pleasure of Committee. 

Feb. 13-OG. House Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commer 
Pending Pure Food Bills. Hearings to continue a week unless ( 
pleted sooner. 

(♦Omitted from list of 1-6-06.) 




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Bottled beer tliat is healthful. Brewed of the purest ingredients 
and with all the care known to science. The most modern ma- 
chinery is employed in cleaning and filling the bottles and every 
bottle is thoroughly pasteurized. 

An entirely new departure of which we control the exclusive 
rights. Filled and drawn under its own natural pre^sure it 
insures the consumer a perfect draught beer at his own table. 
It is always fresh and the last glass has the same rich creamy 
head as the first. 

Wunder Beer iu kegs has a reputation long established. Its 
healthfulncss and excellence is a household word, and the 
wonderful popularity it has attained is a living proof as t<> its 

uodijness. 

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TWV. Ik SI itf fi-i)-iMl.>< :iii«l aci|iuiinliiii(-i's nf tlir ;;i'iiiiil 
ami kimlly l-M. Knstcr. wlio itf \:\U' vcnrs Iwis, with 
Ni-tj I'ay, i-u-,ii|iirt<'<l tlit> fiiiniiii.s (iriintl llnlfl Hiir. will 
with sinm-rsf n-^rn-t that In- pa.'j.scil away smMnily 
- Imnu" ill this lity linriii'; tin* latt«-r part of tln> nioiitli. 
Till- naiiH- i>f Fiish-r i.s iili*ntitit><| willi llii- rariv liisiory 
*»f S III I'riiiu-isrn. tlii« fallur of IM. I'lisli-r having biiiil. 
I ami riiniliiiti'il tin* iiri;;iiial ClilT llitii.s<> >\|ii('li at 
I wurld-wjilc ccifbrity. .Mr. I'oslcr'.** fat her was ii 
I ill;; man in i-arly ilays. plvin;; ImIwitii lii-n* an«I 
iia. .\ftcr ilis|>«t.«»iiiy of tin* «'|i(T l!i>iis«' itrojMTly, the 
fallur ami son starl«>4| niiimniiis t-ntt-rpri.HiK lhi-on;;lioiit 
llii' Slat'.' wliirli are still in ••xisii'inf. In <Mnmilii>n with 
.Mr I'liy, tiii> iltrmsoil look hold of tin- (iniinl lioirl liar 
anil Tjifc I |«'v«>n ynira np» an«l inath* it faiiions. Mr. 
Fo'ii r li ft a valnalilc istatf wliirli will In* adininiHtfntl 
upon by liiM son-iii-luw. T. V. Sranlon. 

.Mr. F<M(ir lind plnnnt'd to tnlip a nionlirg oiiliii);, hiit 
JMst iM'fori' Iraviti;; tho rily was lakni with a <«'l«l wliirh 
finally nsnlliil in his sinlili-n ih-misi-. 

IJoiiif llairis, thi> nrllkiiow ii ifJailiT of \'.\'.\ .Mont;;onnTy 
Hln-it. is a roimiii of the laim-nliil Mr. Koslrr. 



"L.adypuiich ' 



The latest "ihii-st <|n<'mh«'r" ah>n(j tho lim- i«.ir<. un' 
naiiif of al)ov«> «-aptioii, ami well ilfM-ni'H it. Ari-oriliiig li» 
Hsrar .M)lM'n of the ■•|{oml«'«l Har," form-r of <'lay itiicl 
.Mont;;oim'iy stii*«-ts. it is tin* •pn'at«'»«I i-ui.. Ii ili.n tv.r 
hapiN-intl, ami ran In> nuulc oiilv from ' < 
ky." Till- iH'vcnip" is ••onciMtt««| in n ki 
ami roiiiprisfs a little "<'i-«lar Knii." a l\^ >: 

tlii'ii lakf Miniiieiil plain nali-r in a m ><| 

swi-4-icii only lo make a dry drink; Ihon i 
;;la.xs, ami stir with hiiihII \*\vcv of irt* iinlil the i 
cli-ars. It is vrry n'fntthiiif; nn well an a dclioionN < ••m •- 
tioii. 

••Us«-ar lliM'ks," lhf« t» ■ 
whisky, sold <»iily In 

<'o , is holdin;; »lf • r 

vi ry ^rniiifyiii. ■« 

lioiisri>. diri rl f I 
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WilSSMlii, 



An (illcr III' 87(10 per mii' lur llic ('(iwcll viiicvard 
Wdixlliridur li;is iilsn liciii i-( riiscd. Tlicsc iii-f \iiii's \vi 

|'",\ iililil I \ llic l(ii;il \ ilicviirilisis li;i\<' cniiic lo llic ci 
clusidii ilhii ilh' aiiiniiiii iincsird In i:r;i|ic mllnrc |);i 
IpcIIci- rclmiis lliiin a siniilai- invcslnicni in anv otlicr ( 
lfi-|irisc. 



'I'lic I lui-n \incvaid |.i(ii>rii\ mar Madera, lias been sdld 
to L. II. Sl.v (if San i'rancisin. 'I'hc |>rn|)crlv cnnsists nl" 
a scclion and i lii-cc-ipiartrrs. a lannnis vincvard and m' 

chard. The m w owner will inipi-ove ilie |iro]iiil.\ li.\ OAN'T.V KOSA, 
.. 1 ..;,, . ^ niakel- (d' So, 



Pione-r Wmc'Maker of Sonoma Dead. 



plant inii trei s and \ lues. 



\NT.\ KdSA, l"el.. 10. Chai-les Lelin, a pioneer wi 
nia ('(Miidy, die<l lliis niorninji, at 1 
iionn' mar Windsor. l»eall: resniled licnii a stroke 
paraiysis. .Mr. Li'liii, lor inan\ \iars had a lai-j^e wiiK 
iieir Windsor, lie was oxer S(l xcars of aifc and had 



Twii ("alit'oinia vine i;ro\\(rs have pnrchased a lar,ii( 
traei of land h eair.i on ihe Vaipii Kiver. in ihe mn-ihern ^|,|,,,| j,, Koroma Connty for almost lialf a centnry. 

jiarl of .\le\ieo, on a porl^on (d' whieli they iirojjose to i;row • 

lirapes for w im mnkini;. They also iuteutl to make a line 
cdass of Mexican laim or hrandy. 



Brandy "Factory" Seized. 



I>e|uity liiteriial K/veiuie Collector Ellis of Stockton 

K. I.. Wiliioil. and Frank A. West, the Stockton wine i.',.i„-nary L'4th took ( hariic (d' the California Distillei 

man, have purchased several thousand aci-es of land near Cumjiany's jilant at Antiocli. on the lironiid that it v 

that city. The land is to he divided in 40 acre farms, makinj;' hrandy from nmiasses. As this is the .second ti 

which are to ho sold en easy terms at. reasonahle ])i-ices. this concern has l;een in troidile with the Internal Kcvei 

Th ■ pnriiiise is to indnce iniyei-s of these farms to plaid authorities it will jirohahly lie severely dealt with, the 

vineyards thereon, each contract containinti a stipulation treme penalty lieinfj- confiscation of the i)lant and stock 

on tile part of the sellers that the .urape i.rodnct of at least hand, etc. The value of the plant is ahont |80,()00. 

'1') acres of eaeli 4()-acre tract so sold will he taken by the this distillery Wiis allowed to imuinfaclure fruit brand 

Calif( riiia Wine Association at the current ])rice, thus only, th" ns(> of nndassis in the maiinfacture of spirits \ 

•rnaran'eeinu !<> the jinrcliaser a means <if iiieetinc; his pay- a distimt iiifrinti inent of liie revenne laws, acconliiii;- 

iiients wiu-ii they b; come due by the assured sale of the th' autlnriti; s. 

products of the vineyard. 



Valuable Vineyard Land. 



New Vineyards Around Uklah. 

l{eei'ntl_\- the Italian-Swiss Colony manaiicmeiit ot¥e 

l.om. !•'(■!•. I'll.— C.r.er .McDinald to-ilay refused a cash to furnish fr.eall t lie resistant lira] ■(■ cut tinjis that peo 

oiler of .f!(!,.")Ot) for his vimy.urd I wo ndhs s(Milheast of xvantcd if they woild set out vineyards in :Mendoc 

town. The vineyard ccmprises iwcntv acres wilhout Connty, and already there have been a])plications for o 

iniprovemeiits. The viiKs are four years old, twelve acres 10(),(!0() cnttiuiis wliiih have been furnished and soon 1- 

beinji' wine iirajies aed eiiiht acres Tokays. Three liun- ooo m,,,.,. ^vill be ready Un- distribution. There will 

dred and twenty-five dollars was the averajic jier acre. f„|iy 4(10 acres of mw vineyard uo onl Ibis year, inak 

Less than a year aii'o .Mr. .McDonald jiaicl iifl.OOO for this an immense addition to the wine produeiug territory 

property. this part of the State. The Asti (.^oinpany is contract 

E. 15. Wrijiht, County Superintendent of Schools, re- the output of this ueAV acreage at -f 15 per ton as the m 

cently refused -1300 an aci-e for his three-year-old 20-acre muni, with any benefits of a raise that may be made. T 

Tokav vineyard three miles smithwest of Lodi. arrangement will cover a period of ten years. 




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HIGM=GRADE CALIFORNIA WINES GROWING MORE POPILAR. 



IN spciikiiii; ti> :i rciirrsciii;ii i\ r of (lie i;i:vii:\v (■niiccniiiij: 
liis riTi-iil l",:isiirii nip. (liinnrc .1. Wcliiiurc <<( ilic 
\\'('tnii)r('-l5i)\\i'ii ( 'i>in|iiiiiy, hinl llic Itilluw iii;^ iii(< rest iiii; 
:iii(| iiisti-iiclivc lliiiij;s hi s:i_v : 

"Thf (It'iiiiuul I'ov Caliriiniiii w iiiis. csiiccijllx liiiilijirade 
wines in lioltli's. is sunicwlnil i>\\ ilic iiuicjisc in New Ym-k 
iiml nhiT lui-^icrn liiirs. Iml ii ims nni imri'iiscd iis nincli 
in the jiasl yv.iv as i wonlil like In see ii. Tile jiTcat trini- 
hli' in New Voric is Uia( nearly all nf ih,. tirst-elass liolels 
and I'esianranls are rnn liv foreiiiueis. and if a inanajjer 
dV hnver of tile Imlel ov restanranl is a (iernian, lie pulls 
for (Jeniian wines and does all he can <o sell tliein; if lie 
is a Froncliinan, lie is for French wines; and if he is an 
Italian, he is for Italian wines. The few Aniei-icans are 
for any wine, not i;ivin;i; the ]»refei-enee to Aineiiran w iucs. 
This of einirse I'ehirds the sale of onv w iiics and makes il 
(lifficnlt to obtain a lislinii' on the \\iiiejisls nf iliese lin- 
tels. In order to lu^it do\\n tliis prejudice, wi- have been 
conipelled to ojieii a store in New York wlieie we can sup- 
jdy all with any (piaiitity they (lesir<', whether it is one 
bottle or a case. My constant hard work, \\(> have obtained 
a listiii.c; on twenty-four hotels .ind restaurants in New 
York City, which is very jiood work for the year that the 
store has been opened. AVe also have a iisi iiiu on a nnniber 
of clnhs and most of the larue dealers now lia\(' orders for 
our wines and ]Mirchase ilieni rrom our ;ii;cncv in New 
York. 

The ]icople in New V(U-k have now come to the conclu- 
sion that W(> are there to slay and that we are determined 
to get the trade, so that from now on our business Avill no 
doubt increase materially. As soon as our wines are listed 
at a hotel, there is an immediate demand for them because 
the Cresta Ulauca wines are well known and so many 
jieojile comin.n' now to this coast and finding the wines 
here, are willing to purchase tlieiii when they find them 
on the Aviiie list of the tirsf-class lintels or restaurants in 
New Y'ork. 

"One peculiar incideni ha]ipeiie(| in calling on the man 
ager of one of the tii'sl-class hotels and asking him to list 
Cresta Blanca wines. He replied that he thought it was a 
crime to sell California wines. I told him that I was as- 
tonished to hear a man of his educatinn and experience 
make such a remark and asked him his reason for doing 
so. 1I(. re]died thta he once had a bottle of California 
wine and it made him sick, but this was several years figo. 
I asked liiiii Jmw he would like to have some jiersou, who 
came into his hold nnd jierliaiis got a bad heef steak, go 
out and state that it was a crime to eat a meal at his hotel. 
Tliis seemed (o strike the point, and he said that if we 
Avould call in a few days' time he would take up the matter 
of listing oiir wine. 

Uow difTereiit from this is the manager of a first-class 
hotel on P.roadway. lie has listec] our wines and places 
four of them on his special wine list, which is a list of about 
a dozen wines taken from his regular wine list, and in 
conversation Avitli him he said that he believed in Califor- 
nia wines and that he was going to push them all he could; 
that they were better fluni the foreign wines, and he knew 
that our wines were alisolutely pure. He remarked that 
every dollar sjient on American wine was sjient in Amer- 
ica, while most of the nmiiey siteiit on foreign wines was 



seiil liack to iOurope. Hi- believed, therel'iu'e, in kc 
the money at home, because he knew he could do 
business wilii Ameiicaus than he could with forei' 
If there were a few more such broad-minded hoti'l-kt 
in New York, the situation would change quicker. 

"It may seem strange, but Cresta lilanca now 
lieitei' listing in New York tiian any other American 
even those made in the Kastern States. We are goi 
keep up the tight and in a few years' time we hope 
able to say that we have comiuered the New York m; 

''AYIiile in AYashington I had the ideasure of c; 
upon Dr. W'ylie of the Department of Agriculture an 
the ileasine of talking with him concerning the adi: 
lion of wine, lie informed me that since his dejiar 
had been instructed by Congress to examine foreign > 
a great many shi|»ments had been returned to Eurc 
being impure. I told him that mc were very glad 
("oiigress had taken uj) this subject and hoped that a 
session it would give us a 'Pure Food Pill' that ■> 
]irevent any adulteralion in our domestic wines, 
assured him that the 'Pure Food Pill' which has 
passed the Senate would be sullicient for the departini 
pre\-ent ailnltei-atiini. 

"Pegarding the 'I'nre \\iiie Pill' which has been 
duced liy the I'^astei-ii wine makers, he said that Ik 
not in favor of the bill as tirst jiresented to him, be 
he did not favor the use of sugar added to the must, 
tlijj committee of Eastern wine-makers went to Was 
ton and had a conversation with Dr. Wylie, the Ei 
wine-makers changed the bill so that sugar conUl be a 
but the packages containing such wine must state t 
was added according to law. This bill is now befoi 
Ways and IMeans Committee of the Ilonse and may 
but if it does not pass and the 'Pure Food Pill' doe 
wine-makers of this State Avill be as well off, for no 
terations injuricuis to the health will Ite permitted 
this 'Pure Food Bill.' 

"While in Washington I also had a number of cf 
sat ions wtih Percy T. Morgan of the California Wine 
ciation and found that Congress was busy with the 'i 
^^"me Bill.' Mr. Morgan seemed confident that the b 
amended, would ]iass and would be of great benefit t 
whole Stale." 



San Francisco Aerie No. .">, Fraternal Order of E 
is soon to give one of the most elaborate vaudevil] 
tertainments ever held on the Coast. The proceeds w 
towards defraying the expense of the mammoth Chrii 
dinner for the widoAvs and orphans of the deceased 
hers of Ao^rie No. 5, and toward procuring for them n 
articles ajipropriate to that season. At a recent mc 
a committee Avas appointed by "VA'orthy President, 
]*arry to arrange for tli(> entertainment. It compris( 
following gentlemen : Frank S. Brady, Chairman; '. 
Fontanel and Thomas Dillon. It is the committee's i 
lion to procure one of the largest local theaters in a 
to give the show. There is every indication that the al 
ance will be a record breaker, and it will require the la 
institution in the city to handle the audience. The 
mittee which is not only i'e])resentative but energeti 
sures the Peview that the talent Avill be of the vei-y 
<u-der and the shoAv unequalled. 



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Professor Wiley Boosts Straijjht Whiskies. a«lult)'nitc(l pmdH, but within a wwk wi«ry mnn in iho 

club waiM ili'iiiliin;; \\\r 

• if WiiliT to ilitiitf it. 1 

l/.\Slll.\«iTnN. IVb. L»7. — "Drink S1 1:1 luh, uIhskv ^..,sk ..f Sn.tdi wbiKky, ma. 

' ami aiwavs a<bl a little water to it," is tin- |iri)fes- paiil for it I'J Kliilliii;?^ ami • 

nal ami perstnial advire of I'rofi'ssor jiarvev W. Wiley, tlieiluty in the I'nitiHl Stat. ,l ui* u» »Uaii 44.J0 

ef of 111.- biiieaii of cliemistrv of il,e A^iri.iiltiinil Dr- » gallon. It is nii};bty tine - 

rtmont. t.. all whiskv drinkel-s. That is the wav IM-. . '"' ^^"'•>" """'" " I'''''' f'"* "'-^''•■' 

' ■ III prefereiii e to Ihos*. which arc; not ii 

ilev takes his, for he adiiiillid It toilav to the «oimiiitt»f . .: . 1 .1 . . 1 .. 1 • 1 :. i 11 

iiient lixeil the stJiiKtarl, ami miuI it KhntiUl eoi 

int.-rsDile ai.,1 forei;;n eniumeiee. before whieh he was ,„.,. ......^ j,io,,hol and .".O ptT rent water, while in !• 

peariii;; in support of the pure food bill. lunof ini;;lit Im- as low as ••(» jM-r rent. 

[)r. Wiley claims that what is commonly known as "l(b-iide<l » hiskits compared with sir. iIjIii wlnskii ■< .in- 

lend. Ml' whiskv is not whiskv at all. lie savs ••bbn.le.l" I'k.' f'>ruis us.hI tiy di.-ssmakerH o« wb 

jsky would be a blemlin- ..f'tw.. whiski.-s, but that m....t '""'pami wiHi r.-al ^irlv" I..- u ,1... .■.. 

the socalled •'blended" whisky is nothiii;; more n.>r 
8 than alc.hol, wal.-r, .ar I --r burn. -.I sii-ar ami L. dockei-s ..f ih- Na|.a ..ii.l .-..noma Win- • 

, . p.irts business in .spb-ndid comlition. Tli»* ■ 

vorinij extracts. ' ' . 

of this instil III ion diirin;; I he past nioii' 

rhe fancy for stiai},dit whisky is n..t a [»:issiii{,' fad with ,|,.,, „f ,|„. j,„„„. ,„.,.i,„i „f ].|„.-.. Wl. 

'. Wiley, who, a.s the <Jovernm.iit chemist, has analyzed jjist year was pr.tperly clas.s4'd as 11 "bi<^ y.iv, Mr. .I«nkrri« 

rcnil thousand specimens of whisky, but enters into his believes fr.»m the manner in whi«h tnule has ..|m u,,\ ^^, in 

ivate lif.'. lie said that when he was .1. .l.-.l a meml)er •'"• '"•>*' <«'» months of I'.MMi. that the f the 

., ,, . , ,.1 ,i /.I 1 1 f 1 ji .f Napa aii.l Sonoma Wine t'oinpanv will 1" • tin* 

Mie Hou.se committte of the t osmos ( lull he f.iiiiKi that » .. , • ... . 

line volnnie of the prc-eding twelve inonln. Ho llmlH liiat 

ly b!. n.I.Ml whiskn-s could be obtained Hi.re. lirst-.lass wines n..t only well ma.le, l.nt w.ll mnk. ...1. 

"I siicc.idcd ill li.ttinp .s.uiie .straight whisky from Ken ,„,, „„|^. j^,,|| .,, „,„„| |„.„,iij,|,|,. prin-s, but an- 1 

fky. seven years obi," Dr. Wiley told the c.immitti^>. demand ; and he naturally feels ;:i.-:.ilv ..'.■.m. • 

'he liist man who l.w.k a drink of it .1. -.hired it was outlook f.r the wine industry. 



CHARLES IVIEINECKE & CO. 

314 SACRAMENTO STREET, SAN FRANCISCO 



Sole Agents Pacific Coast for 



"DUFF GORDON SHERRY" 

FROM DUFF GORDON ,i CO . PORT ST MARY S, SPAIN 



"SWAN GIN" 

FROM J J. MEDER A. ZOON, SCHIEDAM HOLLAND 



"BooRD'S" Old Tom and Dry Gins 



FROM BOORD <V SON, LONDON. ENGLAND 



( ( 



WHITE HORSE CELLAR 

Scotch Whiskey 

FROM MATKIC: \ CO . ISLAY. SCOTLAND 



18 



PACIFIC WINE AND vSPIRIT RI'A'IKW. 



IJiisiniii, I'islicr \ ('ci. ciiricd oni ilic idea nf tin- ••I»nji's Tin. ^ iminc I "laiiciscaii ("nnlial Killci-s, made in 

Iltiul Itraiid" l<ir ilifir i><>iinlar "Ivrmicl Clnl) W'liiskcv," Hai-ltara, < 'aliruniia, for wliicli Williani W'nirr ,Vc ( 

and arc prcsciiliiii;- llicii- palums willi an clcnanl lianj;iii^ lliis cily aic aiirnts, are (akinjj; cxcci'dinjily \mI1 w i 

wall si^ii wliich is alsn axailaiilc Idr use as a lra_\. Tlic (i-.idc and ai'r gaining a very satisfactory poimiaialy 

ffatiirc is ilic piciurc nf a tlioroniild)rt'd I'oinicr dm; on 

a barrel <d' Kennel ('luh ^^'llisk\. Tlie Icj^end aliove llie Tlie llalian-Sw i^s Cdloiiy repurt trade in excellen 

doj:; is *'l>oii On Ciod W'liisky."" The original is fi-oni dii' dilicm, slmwinn an inenasc in all lines over tlie Im 

hrnsii of the well-known local artist, Mr. I'lid I'.nlh'i-, wlm nl' last season;;! iliisiiuie. Tiie out look for the si)rin,;; 

has no sn]ierior on this Coast in his line of work. (;i\cn is \ei\ i^oud and a nms) ]iiMS]>ei'ons year is antici 

siicii a sjdendid sulijict. the lithoiLirai»hers have turned nul The ciMiiiliy c llai-s are prelly well cleaned uj), and 

one of (he finest pieces of woi-k of its kind ever seen mi ]n!c: s \n ihe prodiic rare iiiyher, selling;' prices to tli 

thisCoasl. \\'e con.iii at ulaie .Messrs. Kusconi, i"isher i^ Co. sunier are heinii' lu'ld at iaie ruling liiiures, this \i\> 

on their enterprise. a, steady nio\cnient. 



W. H. McBRAYER'S 



CEDAR BROOK 




Hand Made Sour Mash 

BOTTLED-IN-BOND 



The best known Brand 
in the World 

AND 

Most popular Whiskey 
on the Pacific Coast. 



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ADDRESS 



For Prices and Particulars 



Distributed in 

carefully paclccd cases 

following sizes: 

1 Doz. Quarts 

2 " Pints 
4 " Half Pints 

Bottles and Cases 
Stamped and 
Branded by 

The United States 
Government 

giving 

Complete History 

of contents. 



Hilbert Mercantile Co. k^an Vl^^nl^lco'cai: 

DISTRIBUTORS FOR CALIFORNIA AND THE ORIENT. 



BARRETT C!!: 



5 



43 Front Street, New York 

BARRETT'S UNRIVALLED BLENDING GORDIA 

"THE RECOGNIZED STANDARD" 

CHA8. MEINECKE & CO., Sole Agents Pacific Coast 314 Sacramento Street, SAN FRANCISCO, 



PACIFIC WINE AND SPIRIT REVIHW 



#INE: 



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TO \y.\\ »imH 



Af^l> 



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t5D4NDy^..... 






WINE. 



Krom Janujrjr tS. \.'^. 



TO .1 \ I- \ \ 

•o llloB..: . _ , 

California Wine Amoclnllon 

(iundlurh. BundB:-hu Co. . 
"O Yokohama: 

Callfornl' Wine A»«ocla»l.'n 

Johnmin-I-ockc Co 

fnlon Wlni« Co 

'o Nnxaaakl: 

Ilallan-Swiaii Colony 

Total 

ValUf 

TO BRITISH COI.VMBIA. 
•o Victoria: 

Schleaalnror A Bender 

Clocco & Lombardl 

Napa and Sonoma Wine Co 

California Whu- Aniiiiclntlon 

U I.erda 

Lachman tt JncobI .... 

A. Rppaold 

Swias- American Wine Co 
'o Vancotivrr: 

Nnp.'t and Sonoma Wine <"" 

S<tili-><»lnK«'r * Hrndir . 

<-,i,.i.i: l,.n n.IsilMi (-.. - 



•o Cur 



•o N.-I»..i, 

KrK< » GInmbaallani' 
'o Nanalmo: 

A. Ilepinld 

*o Lndynmlth: 

MatteuccI ft Grannt 



8>in.r M'.ii 



i.6»2 
6 

»• 

9.095 
IS.OU 



ltallail-ti»l 



To li'inakonit: 



I'lnakonic: 
California Wine Aaaoelati" 
To Shanchal: 

a Foater A Co 

R. A. Farco * Co 

California Wine Auoclallon 



19 



II I II \ <ii II ii \ 



To Eten: 

Cnllfornla Wine .V 
Wellman. i'rrk A- 
C. Schllllnic A Co 

To Guayugull: 

C SrhllllnB & Co 



:allon* 

< A 



f.li 
ntlon* 



T« 1 1 » " \ II \ \ I » I \ ^ 1 1 



mfu^^M^ 



^Uiv ^^lui^^ar 



jVm,-'%rlv 



We have largely increased our facilities for storing, handling, maturing 
and shipping our products. Wc have added considerable space, and our 
accommodations in our new ** Bacchus Cellars" are simply perfect, and 
our California Wines and Brandies are as dioice and well selected as 



ever. 



G 



ive us a cal 



iV«t» York Office dnd Cellars : 
Cor. Witts dnJ WjshinQton Sts. 



GlNDLUII-IU\l)S(Hl NMM ((). 

434-4M Bryant St., San Francisco 



Tr!fp>-"^Nr MAIN 



20 



PACIFIC WINE AND SPIRIT REVIEW. 



TO MI'.XIl'O. 



TO CKNIIIM, V >li;ill<'A. 



To .M:inzaiilll<i 
MaUI. 



.V: Co . 



Krapiilli *: Co 

Knsi-niulii: 

Italian-Swiss Colony 

California Wine Association 

Thannhaus.T & Co 

iipiilc 



W. 



i>alz 



.1 Co. 



Snn Bias: 

Mal.li.nailo & Co 

Mazatlan: 

Malilonado & Co 

\V. I.oalza & Ci> 

Salinas Crnz: 

Thannhnnscr * Co 

C. A. llnojier & Co 

Snn Benltu: 

C:illfornia Wine Assoiiatlon 

Tlianliausi'i- & Co 

U. Krapolll & Co 

Swiss-American Wine Co.... 

Italian-Swiss Colony 

Guaymas: 

Gun<llacli-Bunilsehu Co 

W. Loalzi & Co 

Wcllman. Pi-cU .>c Co 

Aliata: 

California Wine Association 

W. l.oalzn & Co 

S-.inIa Rosalia: 

F. SantelliiT 

Li Paz: 

Thannliaiiser * Co 

Topolobampo: 

Willman. Perk & Co 



MISCEI.I-.VNEOVS WINE EXPOUT.S. 



Hainliurg: 

Worlo & Willoh 

Hrocklyn, N. Y.: 

Berinfcer Bros 

EamaranK: 

C. Schilline & Co 

Singapore: 

Cilifornia Wine Association 
Apii: 

California Wine Association 

Napa and Sonoma Wine Co.. 

Getz Bros & -Co 



Total 



103 
110 
lOU 

1(14 

St 



259 
900 

350 



Acajutla: 

I>ii8trcto & Co 

Miscellaneous 

Crown DIatillerlc-s Co 

(iundlach-Bundscliu Co 

Leo Metzger & Co 

C. SchlllinK 

Hellmann Bros 

San Jose de Guatemala: 

Clocco & I^imbardl 

Italian-Swiss Colony 

Thannliaiiser & Co 

C SchlllinB & Co 

11. l''rapolli & Co 

California Wine Association 
Tumaco: 

California Wine Association 

C. Schilling & Co 

.\ncon: 

I^astreto tt Co 

Gundlach-Bundschu Co 

California Wine Association 

Italian-Swiss Colony 

Pucnta Arenas: 

Lastreto & Co 

Amapala: 

A. Repsold 

Lastreto & Co 

Panama: 

I.,achman it Jacob! 

C. Schilling & Co 

('liamperlco; 

California Wine Association 

Gundlach-Bundschu Co 

C. Schilling & Co 

La Union: 

California Wine Association . 

Hellmann Bros 

Lastreto & Co 

Buenaventura: 

C. Schilling & Co 

California Wine Association 
La Libcrtad: 

Hellmanji Bros 

C. Schilling & Co 



.irri\E isi.A.vns. 



To Manila: 

Italian-Swiss Colony 

California Wine Association 




These Whifikies ai-r. made in the Famoiw " HLVE GJIASS REGIOy" So 
Justly celebrated as the liome of the flnesi n'hiskies in the n'orld, ami 
u-hirli have been } or t lie last Century, recognized as such, <iiv!ny the char- 
acter and high standing to KE\TUCHY WIlISI(Ii:s irhidi -Ucy noir enjoy. 

THESE TAMOUS WHISKIES CAN BE HAD IN LOTS TO SUIT THE TRADE 



I'ACIl-IC WINE AND SPIRIT RHVIKW 



■ III \ V II 1 . 



will Kl-I. tM ••( <' I \l-"i> 



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<i ( i:\'i'li \l. \Ml':iili 1 1 

\ it-i'i.i.i 

II II \U (11 »> l»l. \MI» 

(• Si hlllliiK * Co 

M.iUmoii * Ci> 

O NKXirui 

(Viiir'M.ii Wine Aaaoclalliin 
II • rle« Co 






GuiiJUUilJ jii'lHchu 
E. H. L4incel 



O A I. «<tKAl 

SlK-rw.M.d A Slicrwood 
Mill, .ll.uipou* 

O HHrri^ll COLlMBIAl 

llasl.-tl Wur.'hoiiiio Co 
lllM. t.r.iii.l. f.mii.T A: i 

U ('K>'ril\l. \MKHI<'Al 

It! ■ r.-.a 

Si ley & ( 

II 'imo Co, 

I'T : rU'B Co. 

irir.iiii W .ilk. r 4t Son. . 

o (111:% A I 

Crown IMsllllcrlca Co. . 
S..utluTn racltic Co. . . 



\ Karito 



II II «U VIIA\ l<tl.%!«US 
(I J « 1* \ .\ I 

M.iUoon & Co 

Crown Dl»tlll.-rlf» ( 
O MKXICOi 

Cr..wn r>l«tll|.rlo, r,, 

II 



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T«IIITIi 

John Knpp & Son 

I'r 'ilfTlrkntiiirii HotllInK • '■■ 




II 


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117.301 

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MaMonndo & CO 


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John .Mull, rn 
A. U 11.-. kl.r 


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Crown DKllll.rl.,. «■. 


30 


TO 


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Tlllmann A: H.-n.l.l 




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svnsiKVi 

MlKoillnneoiiH 


311 




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LO^A PRIETA LI'>1BI;R CO. 



^^ed<wood Lumber. Teltgnph 'PoUs. Shingles. 
Shakes and 'Posts. Also 




.< Orape Stakes ^* 

2x2-4 Ft. Long, 2x2-5 Ft. Long, 1x1 e Fu Long; 

Sqairt Ends, or One End Pointed 
% 
X ^OST orricc aoORCSft 

I CAPITOLA, S.\NT.\ Cprz, Calif. 






ERNST SCHRAUBSTADTF.R 



E*tabli»hed 1864 



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A. FINKE'S WIDOW 



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22 PACIFIC WINE AND SPIRIT REVIEW 

BRANDY PRODUCED 

OFFICIAL REPORTS 



FIRST DISTRICT— Month of January, 1906. 

Tax Gals 

Produced and bonded 50,721.5 

Received from distillery, Fourth District, California 375.() 

Received from special bonded warehouse. Fourth District, California 1,034.2 

Transferred from distillery to special bonded warehouse, Eastern districts 

Transferred from special bonded warehouse to special bonded warehouse, Easteru districts 22,740.1 

Exported 

Tax-paid 32,850.9 

Remaining in bond January 31, 190(1 1,357, (20.8 

FOURTH DISTRICT— Month of January, 190(;. 

Tax Gals. 

Produced and bonded in this district 7,203.5 

Transferred from distillery to special bonded warehou.se, First District^ California 

Transferred from distillery to special bonded warehouse. Eastern District 

Transferred from special bonded warehouse to special bonded warehouse, First District, California 1,034.2 

Transferred from special bonded warehouse to special bonded warehouse. Eastern District 

Exported 13,045.2 

Tax-paid 6,444.5 

Remaining in bond, January 31, lUOt! 340.030.8 



SWEET WINE PRODUCED 

FIRST DISTRICT— Month of January, 1900. 

.Pkgs. Tax Gals. 

Brandy withdrawn from distillery for fortification 116 28,331.3 

Brandy withdrawn from special bonded warehouse for fortification 21 3,854.8 

Brandy actually used for fortification 188 36,479.8 

Wine Gals. 

Port produced 3,742.62 

Sherry produced 132,710.54 

Angelica produced 

Muscat produced 

Tokay 

Total sweet wine produced in January, 1906 

FOURTH DISTRICT— Month of January, 1906. 



Brandy withdrawn fiom distillery for fortification 

Brandy withdrawn from special bonded warehouse for fortification. 
Brandy actually used for fortification 



Port produced 

Sherry produced 

Angelica produced 

Muscat produced 

Tokay 

Total sweet wine produced in January, 1906 86,126.52 













130,453.16 


Pkgs. 


Tax Gals. 


64 


14,685.1 


89 


8,360.6 


146 


19,'.)98.8 




Wine Gals. 




37,073.56 




49,052.96 







PACIFIC WINK AND SPIRIT REVIEW. 



•_':: 






ml 



^j^ 



January II. 



' 1 — Per Henir 

•r .r. J 

li.-.r 1 ■■ 


liruary I, 


M o>LrMniA— r. . 


Kebruary B. 




Co. 




February B. 





Water Meyer, Wilson * Co. 

th •■ 

k^'ain ".'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. •• ■• •■ ■• 

:..r.il Water " 

mer I'lron " ■• •• 

; Merit •• ' 



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Water .... 

. ri:. M 



. . i.r A Co. 

. I'lutlllerleii Co. 
1 ; emery * ''■• 



Porn. Keb. JI 



.\ati\c Wines ami Iluir k'c|nilat mil. 

A • i« »n|» iriiili-iK-v of Ihi* liiiiiM ill ilu* iiiUitf wiiHj iiithih 
*» try i.s till- I'loK) t ' ■ r f( I hi" • r,.- 

growing ^^•«•fill|l^»—\\ ~ >— iiiaiM. .n 

til iiii|)i-)ivi- lumliiioiiN mill |M»|iiil>iri»' tin iKiiiii|iiiiiii nf 

Aiiicririiii Willi-** liy ji'*'»(i JiKKimiiin' lit-' ■ ..... .'..i ..^ 

g}iiii7.jitiiiii, i-iiiii|triKiii{; iiih'ri'Klx frniii iiH 

its iM'st I'tTurlK In iiiMin- to tlii> |Mlhlir j.ii|il\. a; 

fore, jM-rfoiii', |ii-ii|ii-i- iiiiiiiii'iiv, uf .ViiH-ririiii uiif 
siiT olTi'iiil for ilifir iiiiiKiiiii|*tinii. 

This niiiiiiiy. in tin- viirii-ty of its <liiiiiii(> miii 

altli' lo |iiimIiii-i> a ;;ti'at variHy of wiiii-*, niii(;iii<; from tin- 
piii'«-l,v .\iiii-i-iniii |ii-iNliirt from iiiipi' Is. 

to wini-s |ii-iii|iiri-il fmiii iiii|Miriii| n- 

scmlilc tlinsi- of I'lJiiui'. Italy. Spain iiml i'orni;:al. 

Ii iH'i'ils. tlii-rrfori', only tin- ronti<li-iirr of ilif AniiTii-uii 
piililir ill till' iiitr;;rity of tlu' wimit pnNliii-«i| in thin i-utin- 
try to i-iioniM>ii.s|y stininlati' thi-ir i-oiisuiiiplion. Thin mil 
Ix' :ir<uiiiplislii<| imw I hat wiiii* inak<-rH and liJiiiilliTK nn> 
<-ariii-slly jnjiD-il to;:i-tlii'i- to rn-ati- ~ nf 

lrf;islatinii in favor of purity ami i. ;iir- 

lion anil hanillin;; of Anii-riran wim-s; whrrdiy kih-Ii liicli 
typi- \\ ill III- proiliii-iHl that, instnnl of apo|o;;iziii{; for ofTiT- 
iii^ an .\nii-riraii wiiii* at tin- ilinm-r or liani|ii«'t lalilf. tlit* 
tiini" will conic wlifii apolo>;iis will Im- ft'- ' - lio oflfcr 
anytliin;; clsi-. 

The past year for t'alifoniia win • I- 

Iciii i-csnit. Till" incrcascil consir iIh 

^iirlM'il the apparent ovi r priMlmiii i r^ 

which cuiitlitioii has also U-i-n aiin i 'i-r 

leiiilciicN which is nianifi'Sliii}; itM*lf uf n> 

perfect a;:in<: ainl maturing i>vi>n the ei'i -if 

California wines. 

I'reparatioiis are also makin*:. > n ;in ■ xf it vivc sj.ili , for 
the specializing of California m 

San I'niiicisco. which iiiii\ It ; r 

ileail.V I'f the I'aeilie." of llie i >i:\ 

wine iiiiiler lalM'ls which will ihI 

sought after as thos«> of the ;in'ai foreign tMHilers. 

This, of con i-se. is not the work of n \. tr . i m,, l.m will 
take a ilennle of honest, |NTsisle.r -h. 

Itnl with tile rollliilelire iHiril of • ^ ' I 

leiu'e of California wines, as now i ■ >l 

mat nil it. success is no |onp*r in ih ^ 

the patience, iH'<-eH.«»ary in every »"•! 
hrili;: to ihe liolit-e of tiir flile wile 
tnie merit of California vinlajciw. n 



Sncramcnti" N.iIIin \iiu\.iril Co. 



- hr bbl* Winr 

• ........ 

h 

.• bbia whi'k 



B bbU Prune Jut. . 



Some tunc .i;to U tlh.iiii .Miulull >>', < 
coninict with the Sacrjimeiiio V!»n«-\ c. 
of his laml near (iall for iIh* «" 
was llliil la»«t wii'k. logeilii»r ' 
ineiiio Valley Vini'ynnI Co. |.. 
proxemeni Co. of Si. I^Mlis, lh< 
I'mler the lonlniii wiili .Mr ^ 
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California Vine Disease — Resistant Grape For Phe Sweet Wine Situation in California. 
Distribution. 

Tl I !■; swcci wiiic silnnlinii in ( 'nlilunii;! is rcrl niiil; 
V . , Ml \ iiimsiiiij (iiic. W IiciIki- llic c.MHrHiniis tlml jiiip 

!^t;il('s Di'iiiirtiiiciil of A.i;riciiltMr(' luis ficiiioiistnitcd i" nl.hiin nir li. lilimis ■ r -.iiniiic is :i iii<.s( (lilliciill (\\ 

the n-sistiiiu-.'df (.11.- varifly <.r Km-opran lii-iiiic I.) l!if ("iili- li IchimiiH, ami im imtsui, wIm, is iiol iiiliiiiat 

fdi-nia vine disease. A iimiil.er of a.res of this variely have ae(|iiaiiiie(i wiili ihe inner cniKlii inns is al.le m sjieak w 

Itecu siTowii l.y llie I )epa li nieni ami liie rnliin-s Iruni tliose ;!".\ 'I'-.i:'' I pnsiiixeness as in ilie niilcnme. 

vines, several lliousand in iniiiiliei', are imw rcad_\ for (lis- Tiie I'ari iliai siands niil iimsl rleai-|\ i< ilial sales 

li-ilnui(in ill Inis nl' 10 to 10(1 In iudixidiials w Im iiia,\- wish eellars nC ihis year's pnii , sheirv ami s\\(il iiiuscai w i 

It) jiet a siari wiih a resislaiil i;rape. These eiilliims may are ni'ia-ied al a schedule iiidieaiiii;^ an imrease nf I'l' 

1)(' setaired ai ilie Wild I'laiii I niprn\ cmeni (lardeiis on .■") In (> reals per uallnii nM^i- ihe prices r<'ali/,ed li,\ sinii 

Dnranl sirei-i. Sania Ana. litelwceii \\'<'sl and Knss xiiila^es ai lliis lime nf lasi yiar. The lael also is v 

streets, nni-ih nf Washin^lnn a\-eniie. ) prnaoiineed llial j'resiin cellars, with few exceplinns. li: 

Tlle -rape here hein- dislrihilled is the Lelinir, a dark •ill I"'''" dispnsed nf. ["nrlliermnlc, il is well klinwii I 

varieiy wiili raiher small I.erries and hnnches of medium :i I"' iii''iil Sinekl lislrihiiler nf wines is imw in 

size. The vine is \ery viunrnns and fairly produel i\c, and "l"'ii niarkei m secure swcim wines in nrder m fiillill c 

lias I'ich dark -leeii fnlia-e. The -rape is best suited for HM'Is made |.rinr lo ihe \iiilai;e. .\ll lliis cerlainly ii 

cnlnrin- w iiies nr fnr inakin- pnri wines, tli<ui,uh the Havnr '■i'"''^ ;i \''i'.\ siroii- markei. 

as a lahle -raiie is nni had. .\s a stock in -rail npnn, il Willi these cnmlilinns ]>re\ailiiii.;, il wuihl appear I 

will pndiMi- ihe life of a lender \ ariely, I lion -h iml keepin- i lie Inw prices id' I a si year (m- sw cei w im s miisl he wi| 

the teiidei' toll lice from disease. 1 1 is well adapted as an oiii w il h I lie ad \ en I nf llie new year. \al urallv, every th 

arlior plant. will depend npnn ihe p(dicy in he adophd hy Ihe til 

Extensive liyhridiy.iii- work is hein- condiicied heiweeii e< nl roll in-- I he power of coiii|.ei ii inn. To my way (.f thi 

lliis resistani mape and other \arielies with llie ohjecl of in-, it would slami lo reasciii ilial a consoli.lal ion of im 

transinittin- this resistance lo a considerahle niimher of ests windd he ilie most sensihie ciairse to ailojil. 1. 

new hyhrid -i-apes of various (lualilies. and it is eontidenlly year's hnsiaess, as every hod \ who has any connection w 

l>elieve<l the Deiiartnient will thus master the <lisease which <1h' trade knows, inoved nnsai islaelory not alone to 

has caused a loss of fully hfi.v million dollars In the Slate California sliii.i.ers, Iml also m the i..hhiii.- trade al la 

nf ( "alifnrnia. I hi nu-liniii ihe I'liiied Slal( s. 

XinvroN J). I'llClici:, I'dl/idl'if/isl in ('Ikh-j/c. I'mliily Inw liiiures fnr any proilmi have a leudeney 

I'acilic Coast Laboratory and Tlaiit Improvemenl (iar- demoralize opinion as to the ]Miiiiy of thai iirodnct. l>eo 

dens, Saiiia Ana, Cal. .imnp lo the conclusion thai hecaiise ;iii article is cheai 

iiiusi necessarily he iiaslv. The cheapness of t'aliforn 

wines has done more toward disereilil in- lliem llian i 

Cognac at $100 the Bottle. ,,(lier elemeiu of cnm|ieiiii.ai. .\ cheaii aiiicle scare 

ev(>r secures a reputalimi fnr nieiil — al leasi. imi with 

.\i Ihe c<,okeiy e.xhihition al N'ienna half a dozen hollies (he STeatest ditlicnlty. ClaaiMuss is a l.arrii r hard to ov 

of <o.-nae labeled ••for-]. I'. .Mor-an, lOsi,., New V.uk," are '"""■• =""' '' ^^""''1 '"' =' ''I'ssin- to the Calilornian w 

, , ,„, , ,. ,, ,-,••> 1 trade if the valiiati(Ui of the prodiicl could he raised t 

much coinmeiiied on. 1 hev dale trom the vear lit(>, ami . ' 

sensible standard. 

are thou-ht lo be the oldesl oil record — for sale, at least, , , . 

I liese remarks as to cliea|.uess have rclereiice to I 

tliou-li a certain cliampaiiiie tirm asseils ilial il owns wine, n , , • -n i ... „* * 

' '^ wiiKS as well as to swcei w iiies. Ihe shortness or t 

a few bottles, of the kind that tit;ured on the table of I'oiii- vear's viiila-c may ].ossibly by force of circumslauces 

padou)-. The ei-hteeiiih century co-iiac sells al the rale semelhin- in I he direct ion indicah'd.— ( 'liarles linmlsc 

of SlOO a bollle. in I'xilifiill'x. 



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Reciprocity With Switzerland. 

BY THIC PRKSIDKNT OK THE UNITED STATES OF AMEIUCA. 
A PROCLAMATION. 

Wlureas. the Ciovcrnmenl of Switzerland tlerreeil tlu' ifnioval. on 
and after January 1. 1906. of all differential customs duties from the 
products of the soil and industry of the United States, and granted 
to the same the benefit of the Swiss conventional tariff rales, by which 
action in the judgment of the President reciprocal and equivalent con- 
cessions arc established in favtir of the said products of the United 
States: 

Now. therefore, be it linown that 1. Tlioodore Koosevelt, President 
of the United States of America, acting under the authority conferred 
by the third section of the tariff act of the United States approved 
July 24, 1897, do hereby suspend during the continuance in force of the 
said concessions by the Government of Switzerland the imposition and 
collection of the duties imposed by the first section of said act upon 
the articles hereinafter specified, beins the products of the soil and in- 
dustry of the soil of Switzerland; and do declare in place thereof the 
following rates of duty provided in the third section of said act to be 
in force and effect from and after the date of this proclamation, of 
which the officers and citizens of the United States will take due 
notice, namely; 

Upon argols, or crude tartar, or wine lees, crude, five per cent ad 
valorem. 

Upon brandiis, or other spirits maaufactured or distilled from grain 
or other materials, one dollar and seventy-five cents per proof gallon. 

Upon still wires, and vermuth, in casks, thirty-five cents per gallon; 
in bottles or jugs, per case of one dozen bottles or jugs containing 
each not more than one quart and more than one pint, or twenty-four 
bottles or jugs containing each not more than one pint, one dollar and 
twenty-five cents per case, and any excess beyond these quantities 



found in such bottles or jugs shall be subject to a duty of foui 
per pint or fractional part thereof, but no separate or addition; 
shall be assessed upon the bottles or jugs. 

Upon paintings in oil or water colurs,, pastels, pen and ink drt 
and statuary, fifteen per centum ad valorum. 

In testimony whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and caus 
seal of the United Slates to be aflixed. 

Done in the City of Washington this first day of January, in th 

of our Lord one thousand nine hundred and six, and of i 

dependence of the United States of America the one hundr 

thirtieth. 

(Seal) THEODORE ROOSEVi 

Hy the President: ELIHU ROOT, Secretary of State. 



.\ii Ifislniiaii ill New iMi^liiiid, (':illiini sick, sen 
;i pricsl. 'riic piicsl sal (]n\\ n hy the hcd.sidt', aii: 
(he suCtcni's ((niifinl icad a lew lines ffoiii a cci] 
Thoiiuis A. Kciiiiiis, wliicli lie cliaiiccd to lia\c in liis ]k 
"That's I'oiuf," .said the ]»aticnl, "read il a.^ain."' 
tlie second reading; he af^aiii i-ci|iics(cd a rciictilioii € 
passage. Tlien he said: "Piaze yer rivci-ince. wild ;; 
on the bed by me and read it again?" Agttin it was 
iind this was folldwcd by anollicr re(|uest fov tlie pas 
"Beftn'e I read il again, ]';it, (ell nic wliy i) cnniforts 
so," said tile visitdf. "Hecansc, yer riveriiicc," :ins\ 
Pat, "this is a ]inihil>il imi town and ye've got a 
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Swedish Punch— Axel Bagge & Cc, Goteborg, Sweden, Mri-.s. 
Swedish Rent Branvin— O. ?. Anderson cS: Son, Goteborg, Mfrs. 
PomeranS Branvin— O. p. Anderson & Son, Goteborg, Mfrs. 
John Ramsay Scotch— Port Ellen, Islay, Scotland, Mfr. 
Anderson S. M. Whiskey— Bottled in bond, strictly pure. 
Pepsin Bitters— Ernst L. Arp, Kiel, Germany, Mfr. 
Damiana Bitters— Sole Proprietors and Mfrs. 
KornSChnappS-E. Magerfleiscli, Mfr., Wismar, Germany. 

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i:i-|( TKI.AN ((MKIAII-. 

I'ill ciuc yliiss with ice, KTic tens] Ill'lll nl' |)n\\ deled 

-iiL;;ir. I \\ii nr llircc ihislu s nf Aiiuosi lira liilicrs, (nic i<v U\'> 



li'Ki i;i:a\ MINI' .iri.i:!'. 
I"si- a hiiLic uliiss; sclccl llii-cc Iniiu sprigs <>r liixi 
mini :iii(l Id llic siciiis nsl mi llic Imtloiii nj' the 
Tlini lake I wo spii us nf mini . si lip tlicm and piii i ji,' 1 
ill a mixiiiL: Lilass, mic s|iciiinriil nf siiL;ai', mu- si|ii 
scllzci-. I Tiisli iMii ilir I'xii-aci 111' llic lca\(s willi a si|ii( 
slick, (inc diink nl' hraiid.v, a dasli nl' mai asiliinn ; • 
inlii yniii- oi-iiiinal jilass; till ii wiili icr and si ir; a d; 
■ lainaica rum <in hip; niiiaiiu'iii ilii- lii'im nl' llic •^las:- 
I'niits and llic cciiici- \\ ii h ice cream and lierries. Spi 
a lill Ic siiL;ar n\i r \niir leaxis and si'i-vc \\ il li a si raw. 

The Invention of Whisky. 



Tim; name eC ihe man who first staii-cn. I liumani 
liie iiiveiili. r whisky is I. .si in III., mists. d' tli( 

-lass, siini'.-zea idece nf l.'iiK.n peel ell I..p and serve. ,||,, .|„,.^ .||„, .||| ,|„. i|,;,,.„,iity ,,f counsel now <.|ii|d(.> 

silKltKV (oi'.r.l.l i;. Iiyin- m lind mil wlial wliisk.\ is has jailed In <lisci(i 

A line lar-e -lass, a spnnnfiil .d' sii-ar. niie dash ef miii- j,|,.„,iiv. The liery pniinii was kn..wii in laiiiland i 

cnil water, mix this; a -lass nf slierrv wine, mix this; Iwn ,.|,.v,.,iili ceiitiirv, in S,-,.|laiid imi till the Iniiricent h. 

diislies nf .-iiracna: till yniir .ulass wiih line ice. a dash nf Sent lan<l made up fnr h-sl time. She -a ve i he hri-ht : 

port wine. Oriiamcni wiih friiils in season and ice cream. j,., alliirin- name, the "water .d' lilV," and maih' iti 

and serve with a straw and si.nnii. ,lm-tinii a colta.^e indiistrx of nohl,. pmpnrt inns. 

Kl'li ri;t:A\ ll/.Z. the execrahle exciseliiiili descended llpnn the villa<> 

A lari;e mixing .uhiss. llie whole of a.l eur. ihe Jnice id' ciriied the still to the lonely hills. We ill these (la.1 

half a lime, half tea spoon fill (d' sa-ar. i wni liirds -lass tine iii(diiied to for-et that ( Ileiil i\et. the home id' tlii> sum 

ice. one ^ood-si/.e drink <d' < >lil 'r<-.iii i:iii. a dash of curaciM. would never have achii'Ved its hacihaaaliaii faiii(> hi 

half a ji--er of inaraschiiio, mie .jii;i;er ef cieam. Shake the ahsiird Ceor-ian liceiisiii- laws direele<| ai::iiii> 

i\xceedin-ly well. Strain inio li/.z -lass, (ill the balance indi\idnal still, not a-;iiiist t he ma-nit mie of its oiitj 

with sell/.er and see your unesis drink it at once. I.tunhni ( 'ItnntU-h . 



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Distributors and Pacific Coast Selling Agents of 



LEAIJIXG BRANDS OK CHAMPAGNlvS 

J. & F. MARTELL, Cognac Martell Brandy 

JOIIS. DB KUYI'ER & ZOON, Rotterdam Holland Gin 

SIR ROBT. I5URMETT& CO , London..Loiidon Dry and Old Tom Gin 

\VM. GREER & CO., Ltd., Glasgow 

O. V. Ct. and Imperial Iviqueur; Scotch Whisky 

JAS. SAUNDERS & CO. I.TD., London, 

"The House of Lords" Scotch Whiskey 

KIRK, GREER & CO., Belfast Irish Whisky, "Shamrock" 

CORK DISTILLERIES CO " " "Special" 

OLD BUSII.MILLS ** • " 
THE OLD GOVERNMENT \VHISKY-"Iiotlled in Bond" and 

"Special Reserve" 
GREEN RIVER WHISKY— "The Whisky Without a Headache" 

GREEN RIVER DISTILLING CO., Owensboro, Kv. 



HIRAM WALKER & SONS, Ltd., Walkerville 

Canadian Club Whisli 

DEINHARD & CO., Coblcnz Rhine and Moselle Win^ 

F. CHAUVENET, Nuits Burgundy Win: 

TH. J. DUBOS & FILS FRERES, Bordeaux. ..Clarets and Sautern( 

J. C. GORDON, Jerez Sherry Wim 

A. A. FERREIRA, Oporto Port Wini 

MORGAN BROS, Oporto Dixon's ♦♦ Port Wir 

NUYENS & CO., Bordeaux Cordia 

CANTRELL & COCHRANE, Belfast Ginger Ale and Sarsaparif 

THE GENUINE FRANCISCAN CORDIAL BITTERS 

THE GREAT AUKS HEAD bottling of Bass's Ale and Guinness's stoi 

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:niil ill lllr sail lllc |>nllilcnills lu liclldcl- was rnlii] 

111 lake •■siil'i drinks." Ilcdrark \icli\ iiiiiil lie was 
III il. and tlicii lir Iricd kissiiijicii. 'I'Im if was a rcdi 
III' Ills wri^lll t'l-niil ."'.lit ((I ■_'■_'.") |iiMiilds. All ciiiinciil 
sicia II w liii i:lii a iiird t li<' I'aris ii a<l a |ia|M'r mi I lie sii 
and llic iisiill was ilir allcriiair drinkin;; id' \ii-li' 
kissiiii;i'ii as a ciiri' I'cir ulicsiix. 

1 lia\(' liail an iniiTi'sl in;: roiix ri>al inn willi an i 
uciil liailciiiliT. lie savs ilic niixiin: ul" drinks is an ; 
wliirli a liarlcndcr nliiains a ic|piiiai inn, I'm- i-\aiii 
man wilii an aLiimi/.cd lnuk a|i|diis Inr ■•|lir usual mix 
Il cnnsisis (d' Idaikliciiv liraiidy, a dasli dl' Annnstui 
Ids, a liitic iiiimcr. a lilllc lu'iiiicrininl, and a s]»rii 
III' iiiilmc^. 1 1 lias a sciniliin;; cllci-l ciioiHili to cni 
an\ man llial llic ov n-w nrkcd liaiicmlrr has a symjia 
siml fur sun'crin^ hnnianiiy. 

Di-iiiikcnncss at lliciiaiis imi ((imnnin. 'riiiir arc 
men wild will di-iiik hall' a I iinildci't'iil of neat liraiidy 
dill sliii-inn. and liny will ^cl dcliriiim licnicns \v; 
(■\cr lii'c<imiiiu iiiidxiralcd. I'lit in New ^'<l^k vcfv 
lirandy is drunk. 'I'hc I'avnriic lic\cra;:c used id he w 

'I'lic Ainciicaiis |inrcr rye Id mall. I!nl nuw llic co 
drink, cs])ccially of the ycnin^ men, is i;ia. In dldci 
L;in was the cahliy's lic\ cra.i;c. Il is si ill 1 lie ji (key's 1 
Il was sn|i|idsed id kee]i a limil dn his slalnre and < 
weiL;hl. Il Wdiild he a lerrilile ihini; if llic .\merica 
came ;^in drinkers and llieir sialiire Ipccanic sliinlci 
thai df llie cdcktail. 

.My cdincrsal idii wiili harienders cdiixiiiced mc 
driiiikenness is dii 1 he decrease. They lei I nie i hat vei 

icl.armai.ldi, ih..dihersi, fi he w aler is nsnall v i-rei, v "'' ""' <'i-<'<|ncnlers df hars are inldxicaled. The nin 

Irink layci- Iieer. This cdndilidii d| things is satisfa 



Regular Meetings on the first 
Thursday Afternoon of each month, at 

B'NAI B'RITH HALL 

)2J EDDY STREET 



WILLIAM CLACK, Rec. Secty. 
1946 Market Street 
San Francisco, Cal. 



DON R. DUNBAR, President 
901 Larkin Street 

San Francisco, Cal. 



The Bartenders. 



Till-; haricndcr in I'.ii^land is a woman. In .Vnierica 
is a iiian, usually an Irishman, sdmeliiiic< a (!erm; 
The liar ma id on i he di her side id' I he w aler is usually ]iiei 
ami disci-eel. •■|'an;i\ I'e;il hers." ihe Inrmaid .al lli 

"Feathers lldld." in a weslern imvii in Kn-hind. capli- '"•'■■■nise t here is a cdninidi, impressidu ahroad that dr. 
\atetl an Anierican millinnaire, w Im sent her in cdlleyc (in 
a thdroiiiili ediical idii. ••I'aiiny I'eaihrrs" eldpcd wiili ihi 



ness is very lifeally nn the increase, and il rci|iiire> 
cdiisiderahle invest i^Lial ion to he cdininced ihai il is r 
niiisic master' '^ \cry iar^c aiiiounl id' the alcdlmlic liiniurs is sold. 

In New Vdrk there is im rdm.ince in a harlcndcr-s life, i^ '■vi<l''Ht fvnm statist ics. Hut people do not drink f 



■\cess which they did in the days df (ieor;;(' Waslii 
and I>r. .Idhnsdii. An dlljcer I'diinecied with iiiie ( 



for althoiiiili .Mr. Harry (iilfuy, in liis whistling skelcli of 
the hartender, iirepariiii: mi-\cil drinks, has preseiiled il as 

a pleasinu-occnpalidii, ihe haricndcr in fad nsnallv works -■•'•'I "'"•-'='" sleamships tells that at tlie oftin-rs' 

fv.mi S ,M-ldck in Ihe mdrnino nnlil 1 .Mldck. past mid- v. ry lilt le and s.anel lines im alcdhidic li.pnn- is drank 

niuhl llic hour when sah s ddse and harienders sleep, ''^'''""ii^- 

Alihi.imh ni.i pdi.rlv led, he is pi.drlv paid- lifleeii ddl- "•"■ "'■ ""■ -'•"•" <'ivili/.ii:i: inlliicn.os id' the har 

hits I'dr six Ion-- davs- work, lie musi wear a while coal I''"' I'""'''- ' •"" ""''I "'"" ■" ^"""- ''="'^ ""'^ '^I"' 



and a while shirt, and what with his washing; hill, slnniiiLi 
and car fares, he ^ets \cry little iiidie than >^1"_' a week, and 
diily an dccasidiial liji and tin i^r.-il'l ! 

\r[ sdinehdw in- nilicr this liaricndiiii: Inisi.iess is a 
wi.ndcrfiil schiidl in pidilics. .Men ha\e heeii kiidwii t 



much as s:;(l mi the free lunch in a sintile day. This 
dnclimi of hdspiiality has dmie \ery iiiiich In iiilr 
sillier hahils. Il was mie df ihe hlemishes .d' nishu] 
lei's Subway Ta\crn llial iliey reduced the ]irice of w 
and •j,n\r iin free lunch. Il is this free liiiich which 
erve hard drinks m, .\veiiiic .\ and hecmne "kin.- makers" ' lM;_sni.idard of respectahiliiy df the dverwi-rkcd hart. 

ill Tammany Hall. In fad, ii is almnsi impossilde td -I In dhihr. 

limit the jidssiliilitics id' the i Icrn harli inh r. \dlliia;Li ^^__^^^^^^^^^^____^^^^-^^^^^.^^— — 

stands ill his way id' hecmniiiL: a disirid leader m- even a 

district aiimiiey. ( 'i;iisim|iiciii ly ihe harlender kccjis hin 

self well pdsicd in pidil ics. m 

Si:l)fid\ is a necessary i|ualilical imi fur the man al the 

liar. .\s he wi rks sixteen hmirs at a siicich. he is dhliucd 

Id keep a IcM'l head. I lia\e I'miiid in several casi s thai 

Ihe hai-lciiih r i- cmnpellid in lake the idcd^c <d' total ale 

sli.ieiice. 1 ha\i- mil with ihree such cases within the last 

lew days. The iimsi iidialile case which was exploited li.\' 

ihe niidical ])fofc--idn. with \ei-y iiiieri si iii^- results. A 

hartender w ei;i;liinii :'. i:i pounds apidicd fur a pcsiiimi in a 

saloon' The -licss" insisted ii]ioii his siniiim;- the ]dedj;('. 

And as "treat iiiii" is the rule, hoth al the har of the cafe 



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RYE WHISKEY 

"GOOD GOODS" 
HANLEY MERCANTILE CO 

Wholesale Wine nnd Liquor Merchants 
404 FRONT STREET.. "-^ " - "^^ ..San Francisco, Cal. 



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ON IMi: DOWN -TOWN LINE. 




U/ye Ne\v Mint 



• '• kc-f£>t3bll*hed 

* 615-621 •. ', .' 

Commercial 
Street 

SAN FRANCISCO 
Sao Frjncisco's Oldest and 
Most Unique Restaurant 

Mcll known to all BON Vl\ A>T5. fUd I u-l..b 
In Ihe clU lor l'uiln<i> Ir.. • THI. *1|NT ' 
Dinner h.> n. rltnl. FINE. BAR SERVICE. 



Tolvplioiio Mitif 



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IIUill'INKISDKI hirAr.hilicts. Builder!! aid Busiiiss Mil (jcnerallv 



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PHONt BLACK 1542 

-COPPE'S- 



1 Restaurant and Grill 



first -Class 



I)iniicr5 nnd Lunches a la carte 
>cr\ed at .nil Mduts 




A C. OMATKUM 



I.HI IS 
(.ROdKS 



Tropical find Do ii\«-*l ic 

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in CHS nil. I iniirn a ami: 

A Sftrciiiltv 



It :i linn niiil rrrnrli If. 
t'ni'lnr 'ji 



Holcl5, Restaurants. Cafes. Families and Shipping Sopplicd 






8 521 fnontgomcry St., Son Fnoneisco 

S JOE POLLEDRO. Prop A. OOMENIC. Mgr. 



52<y-5M) .>\ont)ioiiKr\ ."^l. 

i-orncr Cla> Si. S.in I r*n..l.v.o, Cal. 

Tc.fw-^'.r M«is 30'" 




THE ARBORDALE 

I ir<>t'( liiss I iiitiiU Krsort. 

Rcst<iur<int <ind 0%slrr Mouse. 

EXCELLENT BAR 

MIALS AND OniNKS SKRVKO AL fMCSCO 

SAr>M IIO. CM.. 



' ai*T«)iM*\ M«a < -ai a mitnwk ma 

" THE ARRIVAL " BAR 

N W COR IA9T ANO MISSKN STs 
Tli<a.o»< >a>a Ml BAH »"»"«Cp«CO 

Simlght jno<Ml9 m Sftrflmhr 

rtira la*, /.^r aarf 4 Tl » r / f » < M 

<aarp > ««f M«aa n>'r >a r>raa(»r ^rtl'rtt 

kiSllSM^lHIR BROS.. (*rt>p\. 



MMmi 



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T 



III-; I'rclicliinjin's t'ilcc \v;is lulcUrd ililil lintcllcil. 
"ihivc Mill liicii ;i (hli'lisl V" ((lie iiskcd. 



"Nc, nil." tlic 111:111 n-iiiinl. "1 liiivc hccu a iliiiiniiii.-iiu' 
iiiakiT." Ill idiiclu'tl his I'arc. "'riicsc IniiKiiahlc iiirks," 
he saiil, "arc clianiiiauiir si ais. 

"<'lianii)ai;iic seal-.-."" lie wciii mi. "di rmalc ilir visamsnl' 
all ilir wmkcis in ilic iimli'i-i;romiil rliaiiiiiaunc mills uf 

i;llrillis. 'I'llcV air raiiscil hv (lie Idll'Sl i illi (if llli' li'illli-s. 

A III 111 I II lie lull ilr 111' I liaiiiiiauiii' ill cv t'l v I I'll lnii'sls. 

••Tlicir .-iif miles anil miles nf rliaiii|iii,<iii(' laxt's in 
Klicinis. caMs cm in ilic snliil liincsldiic ruck, when- in a 
cnnsi.ani icniiicrainic <<[ t."i devices niilliims nf Imiilcs uf 
w ilic i-ctiiic ami ii|;'ii. 

"Tlic wnrkcvs iliiwii llicrc smrll mulling; Inil cliaiiiiiai;nc 
all (lav Imii;. iliaiiii>a,mic cscajiin;; I'miii Inirs! Iinttlcs. And 
as tlic imaicis iiinvc alnnj^ ilic racks — each iiirn-; :!."i,(HI() 
lint I lis ilailv-ihev ai-c cdiiiiiiiiallv salnii il w illi exiilnsiniis. 
Han^! Ami the ulass spliiitei-s liy ami a little riuiiitain nf 
iliaiii|iai;iic iierfiimcs ihc damii aii-. 

"hav aflcv dav ciicli imtllc miisi he turned, turned tifty 
times altoiicllicr, till the scdimi lit in il li.is all imninted 
ii]i and concciilra.lcd itself alinnl tlieciu-k. Then ilieciii-k- 
ci's i-cmov'c the ciirks. lei the s:'iliiiicii(-tliickene(l wine in 
the neck of the liiiitlc hlnw nlT and skillfully re|ilace the 
cork aiiain. 

••'rile cerkeis and turners" wcik is daii.ui'rmis. These 
men are neailv all scart-ed like nic" 



PACIl-IC WINE AND SPIRIT RHXIl-W. 

The Drummer and His Grip. 



Thiim:h the rain and sled arc falliiii;. 

Ami the in;iils a I'c •'awful muddy,"' 
TInMiuli all im .1 •"hard limes'" are liawliiii;', 

Thiiii;ili a fcll(iw"s ikisc j;cIs ruddy. 
Tliniiiili Ilic rivers may he fnizi n 

A ml 1 lie fnisi ma \ liiie and nip, 
Thev can iie\cr slnp I he ad\ cut 

( M' the driimmer and his urip. 

Thiiiiiih Ihc trains may all lie smashiiii;, 

'IMmiimli the horses all i;ii lame. 
The driiiiimcr, like the licd-lniii. 

Will yet there just the same. 
And w hen his t ime is nver. 

Will Clime smiling Ifinii his 1 rip, 
l'"i.f he .-ilways ••makes ciiiiiii d inn," 

I )iies I he drummer wit li his ^I'ip. 

Ah. he teaches ns a lessim, 

With his energy and i:rit ; 
Tliiiiiis that ••].araly/.e"" mnsi pcnplc, 

l)iin"t astniiish him a liil. 
And he"s ever hriiiht and clieeifnl. 

And a smile is mi his lip. 
ile"s a daisy frmii away hack. 

Is t he ilriimmer wit li his ui'ip. 

( live him a kind wind alw ;iys. 

I le"ll ii'iM' yiiu hack t he same ; 
I-"nr Ihc linings nf smiie "lilack sheep,"" 

I liilTt lii\c t he wlliile t filie lilaiiie, 
l-"iif dew II. clear dnw n In 1 lades. 

Slime sii-calleil ••l;iiiii1 men"" slip, 
A\hile almiu the fnad tn heaven, 

( ;i es the drii miner 1 with his L;ri]i 1. 

The man who won't profit Ity the cxiierieiicc of othcr.s 
ccftaiiih won"l liv his own. 



.Many cminoissciirs are lieciimin^ im]iressei| with the cx- 
cfileiice of the fainoiis Hummel ('liaiii]ia,uiie liy iireferriiii,' 
it to other lnands. 



He alone is a w isc man who is certain lliat he can learn 
soniethiu": new overv day. 



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WHOLESALE 



WINE AND LIQUOR MERCHANTS 



SOLF. rRtirKii' r(iK> 

O. K. ROSEDALE 

RYE & nOUKl'.CiX 
\V^■^4crn Distributee 

Herbert's 
Pure Malt Whiskey 



lACIl ir t'OAST 
\i.! \TS 

FERNDALE 
LITHIA WATER 

GINGER ALE 

A N.r.ui.il CililMrnKL Wiitrr 
,.1 riu.iu.ikvl c.lualif. 



CALIFORNIA'S FINEST BRANDIES 



E. J. Baldwin's 

APRICOT 
BRANDY 

1 UK I IXHST IN THI': 
WORLD 



sr-;N.\TOR 
Leiand Stanford's 

PURE 
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IT s pure-thats si;re 

THERE'S NOTHINn LIKE IT 



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fOBMlR P«OPf»ltTO« or TmC WtLLINGTON LO» ANOCLtB 

^ Bouquet B«i' and Qrill wje 



SwflUst SMiJddy Lanch 
In the City 



Phone MAIN 1316 



OPPOSITE PALACE HOTEL 
634 MARKET STREET 



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l>akns cannot make good bread without good llour — neither can Brewer? 
make good beer without good water 

IT'S THE WATER that makes OL^MPIA BEER 

the nio5t talked ut and widely known Beer on llie coast 

wed m OMpia. Wash. OLYMPIA BEER CO Drank Kv(ro%*h<-«f 

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( I f - M J J A • I4i3 Sansome St., San FranciKo, California 

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Cbc Alcazar Cafe 



GUS BELLMER 



1 1 4 O'Farrell St 



»mOM J*M(S jt 



San Francisco is 

I 



JAMES P. DUNNE 

& CO. > > > > 






FINEST WINES and LIQUORS 
a Specialty 



^f, 



Ellis and Stockton Streets .... 
Market and Eddy Streets .... 
San Francisco, Cal. ... , , 






John C. Knobloch 



[ WINES AND LIQUORS i 

547 CIdv Street S\N [R\N(IS(Oi 

MMa8W8WWWWI)| r i »q ili lM < *>*J>»J M l( l> i lMKW^^ 



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WICHIVIAN. UUTGEN & CO. 
^ W'ine^and Liquors 

Sole PRo^>»itTon«i c ~* 

Gilt Edge Whiskies 

2"> aiul .U l'>ailcr\ ~>i. Snn I rancisvo. Cal. 

TCLCPMONC. Mint 6586 



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PACIFIC WINK AND SPIRIT RI'A'IKW 





lluill KMI kf.us lln;il ;iil()ss llic li;ir ill scl Iicfs, scliuii|iil 

-iL Y ^WWWT^^ rirvr VI ' W y^fT l'^ scidfls. shells. si;iii.i;i'ls aiiil iinnniiicMiics. L.-isliiiis 

i/\ \ if Hj^PTITT inllr^'^] I'l 111"' w liisUcv, Hici, ;iri' ciiiisminil (HI llic |iiciiiiscs cNci-v <l;iy. Ai 

|f \\ JJLjHBvJ^^ JlJ.U'^l' - tl't>,H'^=3 III Iriisl r,Mn- ciiscs nl' rli;ilii|.:ijillc illc sold cxrl V lM'lll\ f(i 

'^ ' lidiiis. Till' loial <li:iii^lit "f iiMiist j(iy sold a! .\iid\ lloi'i 

CM TV da\ is (iiiiiiuli l<> lliial a sicaiii yaclil nf six iciiTs d 
|ila(ciiic-iii. 

Ii is a iiM'si diniiuiai ic aiul rdsiiKiiiulil.iii salcpnn. |'.\c 
man ii"\\ arsiiiaii in llic tlcri kiidws ii well. II' \uii waiil 

I,, , . .■ V X 1 1 • -.111 iiiaki-a Yankee liliiciackii iiuincsick, jiisl rniiarl; In him 
!■ ihc tllv nl New ^..ik sue. ■(■.■lis III nllslllli; lllf Alldv ,. , , , . ' ,, , ,.,,., ,•.,,, 

, , ■, , ,. ,, , , ,, . , ^ nkdliama (ir Saiuiiii : "( .ir . I d I ikr I n hr in A ml \ I Imi 
lliuu salnon In iiiaki' wav lor a new Lninklvu l.ndui' . , ; . , .. .,, 

m>\\, Idii^sidc a liii; siiilllr n suds! N mi II sci' I he lea 

leap llliliiddi'ii lu I he |i<mii- lad's eyes. 

Xiii only sailors Inil marines, soldiers, mil lioiiaii-es. <■ 

comhii-lors. ]iriiilers. hnikers, authors, ailisis. Imoihlael 

capilalisls. laiiolcls. leaehei-s. sle\ cdores, lliuhoal owne 



One of the World's Greatest Saloons. 



Ici'iiiiiial, it will lie al'ii I a liiiier liuhi, Aeeofdiiiir lo alii 
da\its of tim otlicei-s nl llie Waiiliiiii <'(im|iaiiy. the jn-eseiil 
owners, the place cai'iis sTii, 11(111 a yi-.w prolii. 

So it is mn only a landmark. Inii a soft >>( uold mine. The 
cilv wants lo raze the saloon lo Imihl a s;;..".()(»,(l(MI exleiision 



((I llic lii-idue terminal. Inn i he owiiei- shrieks ( legally i 
with dismay al l he |i|-osiieci. 

i'l-olialily no oiher sahion in New \<ivl docs so hiu a 
Inisinessas Aiid,\ llmn's. |i is really a hold. Imii iim one 
iiisionici- in a thousand guesses ihal. In hoi. diy wcalhcf 
it i.s no iiiicoiinnoM thiii.n for .■?,(!( 10 thirsty souls to cross its 
tlircsiiold diirinj; the day — jiarehed and anxious lioinu in. 
nioisi and joyous j:;()ini; out. 

()ii a mild, sunshiny, mellow day. with jiisi a hint of 
autumn coolness in ihe air. iioi mori' than seventy-live keys 
of Iioer are sold; Inii on a scni-chiiiii (la\ in .Viiiiiist more 



loinishcn-cmeii. aichiiccls. | olii icia lis. holiocs, s]iorts a 
e<lilois i-iili elliow s al I Icnai's. 

Colhe.k \ (lerlach. liilio-ra|dicrs. loinnhd llie salo 
Ihiily years au<i iipon Icariiin;: ihal il |i,-iid more lo eal 
III Ihe |ialale than to ihc eye. Andy Horn, a vcician of i 
("i\il War. lionuhl il l w cniy ye.ars a;.;<i. - l',< n riiijix. 



lASH'S BITTERC 




The E. G. Lyons & 
Raas Co. 

ESTABLISHED 1852 

HIGH GRADE CORDIALS 



549-551 
Mission Street 




San Francisco, 
. Cal. 



PURE FRUIT BRANDIES 
PURE FRUIT SYRUPS 

Pine Apple in Maraschino Cherries in Maraschino 

OUR SPECIAUTIES 



-ESTABLISHED 1852 




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Raspberry 
.Strawberry 
Pine .Vpple 
Apple 
Peach, Pear 
Apricot 
Cherry 
Blackberrv 



PURE FRUIT CORDIALS 
Kaspbeiry 
Strawberry 
Apricot 
Peach 
Pear 

Hiackberry 
Cherry 
Pine Apple 

Superior to the Imported— We guarantee our Fruit BRAN!)IF:S, CORDIALS and SYRUPS to be maile of Pure Californi, 
Fruits. No artificial flavors (ir colors are used. They are distilled by latest process and thoroughly matured before being bottled. 



CREtVIES 


PURE FRUIT SYRUPS 


CURACAO 


Vanilla 


Raspberry 


Orange Bitters 


Rose 


Strawberry 


Maraschino 


Violet 


Pine Apple 


I'ousse Cafe 


Moka 


Orange 


.Anisette 


Cocoa 


Lemon 


Cassis 


MBNTHE 


GRENADINE 


Kirsch 


Noyaux 


Orgeat 
Blackberrv 


Bernardine 



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Market Cafe 



.10 UN .1 KKKISS 



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till I MfOTTtlOMKRV !<-r. 

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'COIHK ROVM" 

K Mightv Brntcr 



I hOI USCHION 

At H a. III. Dailv 



f, GOUAILHARDOU CH RONDEL 

V; Proprietor* 

^ 5J<) MorihrtMt Street S.in I r.ini i\i.u 

V 

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J. R PLUMEL 

31 Eddy Street 

Formerly 13 Stockton St. Tel South 755 

IMPORTER OF 

Bordeaux Wines. Fine Brandies 
and Olive Oil 



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I *r«»priwt « ir <>l tli^- Oc:l«jlti-iil «.-<J 

KOLAKINA 

... Sole Pacific Const Afjents for ... 

VAN DEN BERGH & CO. 
... G I IN S ... 



ANDY DIBBLE 



Cbc U)orld$ 
Tinc$l HMUors 



me Lacey 



Oppcsiic 
Paljcc hvMcl 



ii;A>s RRAPs'CISCC)'5> A\OSr .WAQINIRICEINT iSAUOO.X 



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621 MAKKIT STRMT 




JACK STAFFORD 



F' r • > p r i r I ■ 



MERCHANTS' LU.NCH .7. 
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Ij^el Paso Cafe « 

-FINE WINES AND LIQUORA 



II .■ , I. - ■ . 1 



S. E. Cor. Cnlifornin and I^.\it 



A'i\n Frnncisco 



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PACIFIC WINK AND SPIRIT RKVIHW 

The Latest Cocktail. 

I'l' li;is l'<'iii:iiliMl tor ;i S.lll l"|-;l lirisi;i li lu ili\ciil ihc li 
ili'l (imis ;iiii| ;i|i|i('l l/.ini:. :iii<l :i) 'ln' s:iiiii' liliic I 
iiickliiil, IIkiI is Mi:hIc. I |n\\ i-\ it. Illis is llol si l;illU»>, ( 

sidci'iiiu liir l;iii lli;il S;iii I'lainiscn, wiili ilic cxcci)] 
of New (H-lciins. is ilif i:n;ilisi cily U>\- iiii\cil ilriiiki 
.Viiifi-ica ; ;iiicl, iimiic lli;iii iIkiI. 1i;is iIic lirsi iiii\ci-s in 
III.- hmd. 

Till-; siidilfii :iiii| iiiicxpcclcd iidxriil nf llic inin sicM 'I'liis licvcnmc is kimw ii ;is " I 'n| I's S| iicial.'" 'I'lii' tniii 

iiiailiiiif iidti Sail I'^raiicis.-o. I.y ivasoii of an order of is: rsiiai iiii\iii>;- f^lass with ice; no siijiar, or a few ;;ri 
111,. Hoard of Poli.c (•(.niinissionris. ali.r lln-sc nia.liiiirs accordin- to lastc; few dashes ofanj-e l)ittcrs; a cnii)! 

,,,,,.,. , ,• , droi)s of Aiindsl nr.i : a iionv of wliiskv; two dfoits of si 

1,;„1 JM-rii l.ancil lor lonr years, was a .ureal surprise lo ' p ■ • ' ' 

, and a sntlicient anioiini ol !■ rciich \eniio\itli. Mir ii 

eVer\liod\ exeepl llioseon the inside; liul 1 he |i\ I'ol eclillle .• i , , i i -.i -.i 

■ • ' '■ Die eoncoctiou has till ned elear, anil serve wil h or Will 

iiianner liy wliieh ihe inaeliines w.iv reiir.-d wiihin ihirly ,-,.„|,_ .„.,.,, nlijii-- to taste. The .Irink is liavin- a -re.-it 

days was still more sni-jtrisinii. The men who eiiuineeivd j,, ^\^\^ ^■\^y .^^ (]„, j,i.,.s(.nt lime. If desired, :i s|.ooiilii 

Ihe selu'ine to have the "tahoo" lakeii oH I he niekel de Italian N'erniouth can be added lor flavor. 

\ici s are si ill w oiidi riiiu \\ hal ha|i|ieiied lliem. 



The V. < 'axatinaro ('om]iany al ('lay and .MoiiIl;oii 



ll seems that ihuse in pnwer did some iiad iinessinii' as 

to the efl'ecl t he insialial ion of I Jii-se machi lies w ould have . ,,i i , , i • 1,1 

streets is now settled down lo Inisiness ii.ider liie 

on e.rtain lines of Inisiness. li developed \>vy quickly ,.„„dit ions, with our friend Colonel C.-iles al ihe hea, 

that the money ihai went iiilo ! he coin mmhines w as so d,,. instiliit ion. Itusiness has open, ,1 up in e.secl 

nineh dixcrleil from ihe Inisiness of ihe men who eon shape for I he house, imi only in ihe retail Inn inihewii 

dueled Ih.. card marhiiies. In otlnr w.n-ds, the retail ^iil'' <ii'part nient . The forima- seethni, the har. whi.-l 

eiuar .lealers, , lie of w hieh can he loiind in front n( nearly 1^""^^" •»'^ <'"' """" ^•" ' "J".^-^ '' hi.uh-elass 1 rade. and , 

, , , . , . ,. im;- one (d the da\s ol I'ehrnarv attained ll;e largest 

e\'er\' har m tlu' eil\, loimd that their Inisiness was sni- ,. , . '■ , , ■ ' ,■ , , 

nine of Inisiness in the hlstor\- o| the phle,'. We nil 

lerin- -r.atly I.y re.-ison of ihe hi- maehiiies; and iiat- ^|.,,„| ,,,.„ ^,,. (,,,,,.^ ii„,.„ds' 1., iiit rodiie,. .s.nne rad 

nrally they made a .Uieal j.rotest. ll is stated that retail improvemeiils in the wholesale seetion which are ea 

merchants, in ^cner.il lines, also entered iirow Is a.uainst lateil to largely increase the sale of L;oods in ori;.; 

the further coiit iiinance of these machines in Inisiness. packaiics. 
While the retailers were in-olitiiiii lariie]\- hy reason of 

the play on the cin d.'vice, their pnll to ivtain Ih.m, was ^ p ^j,,^^;^ ,,,,. ,,.,.i|. ,.,„,„„ ,,.tailer, LMr. Washini 

not sntlicient to (disci the political strength of the men st reel, repin-ts Inisiness (d' the iiasi y.'ar as "ever so jio. 

who Were sntl'eriiiL; hy the Inisiness; therefore, it was nie His volume of tr;ide was I'd per cent i:realer than in 

deistocd that the ••|ioweis that he," jnit the machinerv in p'rcc'edin-;- twelve months, while tin- new year has ope 

moti.Mithat noi , nl v kiiockc.l oiu t he machines, hut blast- "1> in »'xeelleut shap.-. .Mr. K( ssi says I hal he will he 

, ., , , .. ' , . , ,. li ■ . ^ , sitistii d if 1!)()() will treat him as well as I'.td.") ill a hnsii 

cd the la-t h pe ot the priniioters thereol. it is stated on _. , „ . 

w.av. ()iie(d the jiTcat secrets of his success IS the fad i 

■" ' ^"•""""> '1'^" 'I'""'.- '!"■ 'I'i'-'.v .In.vs in wlii.-h the ,„ ■,,,,;,,, j,, ,,,„.,, ,,^t,,i„„. ,,„j. „„. ,.,.,.,. ,„.,, ,„ ,,,, , 

machines were peiinitte,! lo be operated, thirty live hiin- „.i,j|,. j„ ;,.lditi.ni t.. this he is ,me (d' the most ;:enial 

dred (d' them wen- placed. dipbmiatic nr n in the business. 



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— ^— ^^.^^.^^^^— ^^^^.^^_^_-_ and at Rutherford and St. Helena, Napa County, California . , . . 

French-American Wine Co. 



SUCCESSORS TO CHAIX & BERNARD 



PRODUCERS, GROWERS, DISTILLERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN 

CALIFORNIA WINES AND BRANDIES 

Pure and Unadulterated California Wines Our Specialty 

NE:W ORLEANS DEPOT: 407 TCHOUPITOULAS STREET, W. D. SEYMOUR, AGENT 



® 1821 to 1841 Harrison Street 



San Francisco, Cal. 






pAcii'ic wint: Axn sriurr ri-:vik\\'. 

WHERE TO GET GOOD THINGS TO DRINK AND EAT. 



EVENDALE & LINDSAY 



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Mil I IMISM 



m 



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Fine Wines 
■^ni Liquors 

Telephone kF.I) -SOoy 

IMr.« MOXTCiOHKl. St«iit 

ratght Goods Our Specialty j* San Francisco, Cal. 








TciCPMONt Bush 32 



MERCANTILE LUNCH 

1 1 * U TO 2 P. M 



Cosmos Cafe 

=^^ — =- LOUIS FONTANEL. Prop ^=^^= 



^VINE5 AND LIQUORS 



N. W, Cor. Commertidl and Montqomer> Sts. 



Siin I ram ls( o. ( a! 



Phuiir Man. ->'•- 



OnillrirrirN Sli(J dav I ufli b 




Rome Harris 



133 MONTGOMEPY ST. 



m*N riiANCiaco 



MIOM bKU)iS 01 
SIK^II.MI I 101 OKS 



Occidrntal Hulr 

OofMjsilr 



lAhrens, Pein ik Bullwinkel 



is? ()iO POSI SIKfl I 2 

r^" BrI. Jones and laylor i\S HUMJitO, f «l 



V( aOLC PROPRItTORS 



IM^ORTCn* 






{UFFALO 

NEW BREW 
BOHEMIAN 

lacramenio, Cal. 



BREWING 



A. H. LOCHBAUM CO 

A r, L N T S 

125 King Street 



PALE EXPORT 
CULMBACHER 
PORTER 

COMPANY 



PMONt I010 Main 






JA' 



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W'NES 



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624- 

MONTGOMeRY 

ST 




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MY SPECIALTIES: 

WhUkin 

Uoubl« Slim;«d B<lmix ' 

MH 

out Crow tnd 

HrrmlUcc Sp«(ul 

Sjiitttc Braody-ltoS 
Buquil Uuboucbf tc C 
L« Grandr Chjmpjf < 

Cognac V. S. C. I' 

"Poiww Cai* 'u Klrk.->i 

Vino Chinalo 

MaUnfr B<ll. M.Uc' 





Eagles to HaNC a New Home. 



38 PACIFIC WINE AND SPIRIT R1':VIEW. 

An Unfair Newspaper Punished. 

I:IIM:K.\. Ciil., I'd.. lM. Artn- a Litter lij;lit wli 
lias iiiiit iliiicil srMf.ll limiitlis lict \\ ceil llic saloon lacil 
l-]tii-.ka aiiil tile Ijiirka llcialil. an ariiuu was Ix-jiiiii 
the Sii|M'fini- ('ciiiii ln-(la.\ li\ iliaf |ia|tcf lo fcslfain 
J{n_\al Aicli, till- l>ii|iini- Krali'i-s' Assoi-ial icpii of iliis c 
rroiii colli iimiiiii an allc.i;c(l lioycoti ajiiiiiist its iiitci'c 

IT is iclial)lv i(|ioiiiii lliai Aerie No, ."> of liie llaules, 'I'li,. ,.,iiii|(laiiil (iled also asks for ilaiiiaiics lo tlie aiiio 
this eitv. have .Icteniiiiie,! lo |.ui-. Iiasr a loi on I'nlloi: ,,,• .si.-,,()i»(». Ii seems the i.a|.er in (|n.'sti.iii liiUeily 

street, hetwceii I'olk aaii Larkiii sireeis. haxinu an aiea -11,11; 11 1.1 n <• • . <■ 

' sailed the li(|noi- (jealeis ami t liev ^eiierall v reffameil fi 

of rjOxlL'd, ninniiii; liaek lo Ash a\(nne. The |iiii-ehase ,',,'.. ,' ... , 

. ^., .,,,,,, 1 ,• .1 ■ ,1 -1 VII ooo I'lllroniZinu H. lleliee the "liollel i>| lin- iiillillshef 

price IS >!;4.),(>1I0, ami ol tins sum (he aerie has now stI.uOil ' ' 

in the tieasni-.v, a ii-markaiile fact in view of the coiiipara lielji. 
lively i-eceiit date of ihe ( stalilisliiiii'iil of the Inaiich of 

this order in San I'lamis.o. No Drouth in New York. 

In order to prox ide liie addiiional money, ami lo hiive 

siirticii III woikinii capital in liie ireasuiy. ii is |iroposed MIW ^(t|;K, I'eli. 1.".. -New ^■orkers are <lrink 

to admit one hiindn-d inemheis h> life memlMiship upon a ,|||j|,. ;, i,,, ,1,,^,. da\s. I.asi monlh alone MTl'.OOO jjall 

j.ayimMii of H(M. .ach. wliid, wonid ^ive liie fnml sHI.IMKl ^,^ ^^..^^^_ ^^.,,,,^, ,^,.,,,^„l^, ,^,,,,^^ ,^^. ^^^.^^^ ,^^^^. Inindred i 

at once. .\s soon as ihe deal has lieeil ciosi'd. the aerie . , ,, ,, , • I 1 1 11 e / 

.,.,., .. , ,•,•,,,, niiiel \-tliiee I lioiisand SIX hnndred iiallons came from < 

will lieiiin the ereciion el a iiomc which will he laii;c 

enon.di'lohensclhem for many y.':irslo com.'. There ;ire '■"™'"- "'" '•'■^' '''"'" ■'"•■"l"': "i'-re than J».V»00 -all 

many fe:ilnr.s lo he delermiiicd 11)1011 liefoiv it will he were from Italy. ( )f sherry I here were ^T.-'jOD "lallons 

wot ill while to ;^i\c any <lescripiion of ihe projiosed sirne- lihine ami .Moselle wine, I'ti.fMi gallons; of Bordeaux ; 

'""■'•- Utiriiiindy, MJIO .liallons. There wi-re also lO.nOfi casoi 

chanipaiine. New ^'orkers uot from ahroad 20,000 !.;all 

The sails of the celeliraled "Old ( ;o\criiiiieii( Whisky" of hraiidy. ui", 1 11111 and whisky. l'\tiir thousand har 

show a uialifyiim increase, and I'.MKi promises a splendid of domestic whisk\- were hron.iilit here in .lannary. '1 

iiiovemeni of this iciimlar liraml. makes a iii-aiid total of (iOU.OOO jiallons. 



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136-144 Second Street 



Telephone 

@ Private Exchange 3J3 



SAN FRANCISCO 
CAL. 



Sole Agents and Importers of the World's Standard Brands 



© 

® HUNTER BALTIMORE RYE 

I H. B. BOURBON and RYE WHISKIES 

4 EL MONTE BOURBON 

5 MARYLAND MONOGRAM 

I W. H. McBRAYER'S CEDAR BROOK 

I BOOTH'S OLD TOM and DRY GINS 



ST. LOUIS A. B. C. BEER 
BUCHANAN'S BLACK and WHITE SCOTCH 
J. BAUMGARDNER RYE 
UNION LEAGUE BOURBON 
AETNA MINERAL WATER 
BOAR'S HEAD ALE and STOUT 



Ruinart Brut Champagne '*" 



for handling large orders. 



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Jerome BaMsitr 






Froprlalor 




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1102 




!102 


Bassity s 


s 


M 


arRet Street »n<J 


Cafe . . . 






I Turk Street 

San Krancivco 



;,^-.._:.._;,«.'j ^••«^^••e•v^V•S'^'i■ii'•^y£^5:■^■^'^S^V■A'A''i'■l;''V'■i''•i'■S!V'!i■'!:■V■t'■V•i■'•V■V■!;'V•/ 
Come jiid try our ^onderiul C!-.amporrju A Grand Brjcer iJ 

ih 

O.C Celebrated | 

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FINE WINtS. 
LIQUORS AND 
CIGARS 



Moit Handsomely 
Dccoritetl Sa'oon 
\m San Franci^o 






HcjJj .arltr* f»r 
M nni and ^. 
'(•(KK Men 



"5am ^ Mount* s**^ 



J. B. CASAOEBAT, r.ox 

MOT Lunch at •. M. 



532 MERCHANT STREET 



MONTCOMKNT AND S*N«OUC. S F. ',V 




TELEPIIOXE MA/X jjjj 



Cbo$. 3. Ulalsb ^ Co. 



- ) ^ MAKKbT ST. 

SAN FRANCISCO 



tip 9^ 




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if 



Fine Wines 



and Liquors 



3 30 Hush St. 



S«\ IKkVIStO 



Ttut'HONf l',^^ 

■J r o 

^671 _^ 



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Cbronicic 

Bar«« 






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(>44 

MARKET 

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srRAii^MT Goods 

A SPCCIALIV 



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CHOICE WINES. LIQUORS 
AND CIGARS 

AwL BnaNo*. la'i CfNTft Cioana. 10 CCMT* 

rMOhC HONTOOMIKT <0O« 

N W COR SACRAMCNTO *N0 BATTERY STS. 
SAN FRANCISCO. CAL. 






The 



EAGLE 



N. E. Coron »J< .^ 

MASON AND aFARRELL STS 

CaW Ealraocf. JW Ma*oa Slr««4 

Frjt' \V^f>7tf5 anJ Liquors 



40 




PACIFIC WINE AND SPIRIT REVIEW. 

Before and Behind the Bar. 



The Press Saloon's New Statues. 

ON .I;iim;ii-v Stli, liMMI, tlic (l:i.v tlial llic lion. K. K. 
Sc-limil/ and (lie entire labor i)art.v (i)(il< possession 
of I he city ii'overnnient, K. L. AVa.n'ner, of I lie well known 
J'ress Saloon, !."> Third street, celeliiatc d the day by adding- 
to his already lar^e (-(dleelion of art, two iiia.iiiiilieent 
bronze slatnes, each staniliiiu three feet hi^h. One is by 
the celebrated senlptor, JO. Laport, representinjj; "Peace 
and Labor," a ninscnlar blacksmith with ai)ron on. stand- 
ing erect, lioldini;- an immense hammer in one hand, against 
the forge, and above his manly head the other liand is 
grasping an olive branch, ]iroclaiming jx'aee to the world. 
The other statne is by the eminent French scnlptor, M. 
Constant, repivesenting Labor. A representative iron 
monlder standing along the side of his forge with hammer 
in hand resting on the forge, in the other hand he holds a 
l)lan, and is looking at the design, being entirely absorbed 
in the work befoi-e him. ]Mr. Wagner was \-ery fortnnate 
in secnring borh ]neces of art. 



Renu mlier, geiillemeii b( fiire the bar, Ihal the gentleman 
behind the liai- is a person, he is a man; he is a gentleman, 
or else he shonid be. At any rale, when he speaks to yon, 
socially, i( is due from ymi IJial yon listen to him, ivspect- 
fully. If he pays yon a c(nirlesy, do ncit forget to thank 
liim. Just the same as if he were on the other side of the 
bar. 

And will you please reiHend)er. gentlemen behind the bar, 
that those gentlemen on the other side of the l>ar are, in a 
sense, at least, yonr guests. Don't dis|inte everything they 
sa.\'. Udii'I assume that you know everything, and they 
know nothing. The chances are tJiey don't, a good deal of 
the time, but they Ihinlv they know lots, and like to be 
humor((l a little in tlie jileasant delusion. — Soiillicni 
lAijiiiir .1 (iiiniuL 



Old time patrons of iL'ssrs. das. P. Dunne ^c <'o.'s. Stock- 
ton and Ellis streets honse, will learn with regret Ihul 
their old friend ".Vndi-e.w," who for more than IS years 
was the chef in charge of the lunch departnu-nt, and gen- 
eral factotnni of the ])Iace, has gone to that ]ilace where it 
is supposed no fi-ee lunches need be served. Ills specialty 
was the preparation and frying of clams in a way (d' which 
he had no eqnal in the city. I'eople fi'iun all over to\Aii 
would go to ^[essrs. Dunne ^c Co.'s i)lac'', not cidy f(U' the 
ipiality of its Ix-verages purvtyed, liut for those famous 
(dams cooked by Andrew. His full name was Andrew 
Vas([ninicci. lie had lieen in failing health for some 
tinu' an<I engaged iu another calling. 



ASH'S mi TTERC 



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MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS 

Trunks, Ba^s and Dress Suit Cases 




TRUNKS MADE TO ORDER 

134=136 ELLIS STREET 

Corner Mason Street SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. 

Branch and Factory, N. W. Corner Bush and Kearnj' 







E. L^UEN3ERGEn, PRca. OSCAR HOCKS, Vice-Pbes, A. HINTERM A:\IN, Sec.-Treas. r; 

Sutter Home Wine and Distilling Co. I 



OFFICE AND DEPOT 

1295=97-99 FOLSOH ST., Cor. 9th 



Phone South 481 



San Francisco, Cal. I 



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41 





THE DAVY CROCKETT 



H. B. ADLER, Proprietor 

SAN FRANCISCO'S MOST POPULAR SALOON 

Headquarters for Newspaper Men and the '* People " Generally 
■ ■ ■ ■ — ^Everything Up-to-Date =^^ 

842 MARKET STREET 




I FINE WINES AND LIQUORS 

steam Beer ana Lager on Draught 
E. L. WAGNER, PROP. 

[5 Third Street San Francisco, CaL 



House Founded IS53 




BanK Exchangee 



South-East Cor. Montgomery and Washington Sts. 

IMPORTER OF ■*■ '^ 

Famous Old Campbeltown SCOTCH WHISKY 

Pisco de Italia, Madeira Wine 

Sazerac de Forge & Sons Brandy 

DUNCAN NICOL 
^^^ ^^^^^^ ^^ 



# 



'PnONE.MAIN-5718 




32 

MARKET ST 



S F. 



Phone ]\Iontgoniery 2056 

Jl$tr$ Restaurant 



IllRClNi:, rr.nu 



Special Diuing Hall For Banquets 
Service a la Carte Separate Rooms for Ladies 

Wediiings and Parties Servi d on Short Notice 

The lit St ill tlu- :\Iarkct Always on Hand 

601 lUercbant St. San Trancisco 



n<w;>'^i'MiW<t:n:n^K>t:iK'' 



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WE HAVE NOTHING TO OFFER THE TRADE, EXCEPT 

Fine Goods, Square Prices 
Honorable Dealing 



SOLE AGENTS AND DISTRIBUTORS 
OF THE CELEBRATED 



"Castlewood" Bourbon and Rye 

Cartan McCarthy & Co. 



Established 1873 



IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE 



TelepL'.it -Tiia J3J7 



UIQUOR MERCHANTS 



312 Sacramento St. SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. 



WAREHOUSE 

311-13 Commercia! St. 



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'I'll slldW vnii ill)' liiilllic 111 I III- |i|(i|Misc(l li'i;isl;ll iiiii llie 
tdllciw ilii: is ;i syiiiil>sis uT I he iiiiisl i iii|iiiil :i iil liills : 

Miirllv. ilicrc is lii-si. ilir liill fcir ilir rciliicii ( iJic lax 

nil si laiulil \\ liisky 111 Ml rciils iiiiij nil iTil jllnl w liisky llli' 
lav is In 111- iiincasnl m si.:',(i. Siinml, a iiiil In lax oiilv 
III)' i|iiaiilil.\ 111' s|iiiils ill ihr liairri al llif liim- nf wjih- 
(ll"l\\:ll. 

Aiinilicr hill 111 |iiii\ii|i' liir a ciiiiiinissinii In iiixrsi i;;aii' 

llir lii|llnr I IMiic. 

I'iniii Naiimial i.iijiinr l.i';i;;iir nf ilii' I'liilcd Slairs, 'i'lici-,. air i luce liil Is in |iri\ rni i In- ai|iiliii;il inn uf ii(|iiiir 

I'lvsi. Inn's (llli. r . ■.CI Srv.lllli Avrllllr. New V.uk. I'rii .1 iwl I ll Irr I li 1 Is I n | .|-c\ clll 1 ill' sll i j i] li 11- n| lii | llni' i II I . . ]ir.i- 

niiirv 1. r.iiKi. 



Retailers Read and Ponder. 



rill-; TiiAiii: Tiium i;mir r riii: IMdv: (!• nlh im n — 

kII'iiI nf IIIV illll \ .IS I'lvsidclll of lli< 



T(t ■ill!-: TiiAii 
I Wdiild lu- 



lu rM'iy Slair ill wllirll llli' l.ruislal nif is linW ill scssinii 
lll.MI- ]irl prnlliliil inn nirasnir, llliili r liir ilisunisi- nf Incal 

opiiuii. lias iiiTii inirniliircil ainl w iili i1iit;iIs a;iil iiiiiiiiiihi ii"«'ii^v 
tions IIh'.v ilciuanil iis jiassaui' mirniisiilncil ami ini 
:iiiicn(lc(l. 



Iiiliil inn tci'i'ilniy. 

Si'\ (11 hills In ]uc\ nil I lie issiilnji of < ioxci niiicnt tax <('r- 

liliralcs in nrnhihil inn icrrildrv and aimtlici- raisiiiji (lie 
niniiiii.llni m n,y miiy as i-.vsiu-n, m ,,ir j. ^ ^..^^^^^ ^^,. ^^_ ^._,_,,,,,, ,.^^^. „,•,,,, j^,^,,,., j,,,,,,,, j,, ,,,„. 

Nalioiial l,ii|iinr l.fa-nr \\ rr.' I iml in call \ mir al Iriil mn ,■,•.■ |.--'i,i-- 

at tills (llllr in lllr arli\il\ nf iilll- flirlnv lllc Allli-Salnnll ■ ' . , .,, 

.... ■ I , r, ,; , „ , .\ hill In iTSlnlr I Ic ailll\ raillcill and llM- hills In lire- 

l.cauiii-. \\ lirri'M'i- wr iiia\ i inn, in w liali'\ it ilirrti mn w c ■ , .,,. 

■ , , ■ , 1 'i ,■ I ri ., ,, \iMll 1 hi- sair nf llilllnl- 111 a < ln\rrnniiill lill 1 hi I ll'^s. raniI)S 

iiia\ Innk. «!■ Iiiiil lllc anil ciimiy nl iirrsnnal liiici-ly en ' ' i ' 

irciiclicil iiiidci- ihc false haniirr nf Imnic |imiI rci imi. '"' ^'"l'^- 

.\ hill In make ilir Disirirl nf Cnliimhia iCily nf Wash- 
iniilnii I a ]iriiliihii inn dislrici and aiiollicr to raise llii' 
lircllSf Ice frniii SStltl In .'<10JI0(I |icl- anillllll t licl-i'ill. wliicli 
would make llic ia]iilnl nf iliis iialinn an cxaiiiidc for tlui 
I'nihihilhuiisis m use in llicir wmk nf dcstriii-t ion cisc- 

Tlir unirl-al ti'inis n't llicil- Incal n|ilinn hill icars frnlll 

.1 ■.•' .• •. , 1 ;ii ii, .i.i.i f ..If ...>i,t..,,i •\ hill 111 ini vriii lllc sale 111 1 iiiiinr 1 II al I new Si.Mirs fur 

tile fit izcii o| cvciv (11 \- and \ illau"' I Ik' 1 lunl ol sell ciiiil 1 III •> i i ... 

.1 I- '. • ' 1 , ;, ■ I ,;,,„.,. 1 fi,.. r..>... it,,, I w cm \ -niie \ ca is. I lierchx in.i kini; I hem in-nliihil ion States, 

(in tile Ininor iiiK si mil and means 111 |il;iiii wmils ilie Inn iiii: • • ... 

e 1 -I ••• I il ,, r ,..,., <i.,r.. in »M.-l, 'riie-e are lllc lliosi imiinrlalll hills now hetorc ( oimi-ess. 

of IH-ollllilt ion on a lariie seclloll ol e\er\ Male 111 Whlcll I 

it ll-coi es -1 1-IW ■ '''•" 'li'*'''''.^ alfeel llle relail li |llnl- Hade. Snme nf llieill 

, ., . . , .,, , , ■ , 1 , , ,1, are i;>:nd and s'lnllld he jilislli d I lirnii:,;ll. 

II a iirnliihii inn hill |.iirc and siiii|ilc were intniiliieed liic ' ^- ' i 

ex,,eriem-c nf lllc ]iasl wnllld eailse illlelli-elll |ici,|ile In ll «ill he readily seen llial I lie Xalinnal I.ea-lle's ( •(ill- 

Pcjeci ii ill iin nncerlain manner. Iml iimler ilie -iiise of .i^nssimial Cnmniillee wiih .Mr. .1. < '. Leonard as ils cliair- 

Ini-al .i|iii.iii for liiiiiie |,roiecii,ai ii a|i|ieais io he thai a man. will liave ils hands full i.i keepiii- I rack nf I liese hills, 

jH.rtion of ihe commiinilv are so da/./.led with ihis will of ^m-l i" ^^"iilil he well fm evi ry rci.ailer lo reiiiemher llial lie. 

tlie wis|i Ihal ihey fail lo see hcliind il the desi riicl i ve a lid ''"'. niiisi work Individ ii.a I ly w illi his ( ■on-ressinan. 

denioralizinii hiiiid i>i;4 and speakeasy so iiuineroiis in ]>ro- In \ iew of lliese faels. is il asking too niiieli. that the 

liiliitidii districts. .\'al ioiial per capita lax of ■_'."> ceiils jur meiiili r he forwai'd- 

rnder these distressiimcondil ions I nmsl earnesi ly iii-e '■<! '" ''i'' Ih';!'!'!":""'"--"^ willioni delay, in enlcr that the 

every meiiiher of Ihe trade lo hestir himself and use his \l 1 \v< rk may nol he liamper.d for lack .;f funds-.' 

liest etVorts to defend his own, hy ihe only means al our Triisl iiiL; lo ha ve your liearly support . 

disposal — tlioron;;li ori;ani/.al ion. Kespecl fully yours. 

If nol a meml.er of an oro.ani/al i-ni of lii|iior dealer.s. ilicil 1 >ni..\.N. \ «,//o„.^/ /',< .v.Jr///. 
then Jniii one al mice. I f none exists ill your local iiy, wrile 

to me for advice, and if yon are already a inemher I nr^c Brewing Notes. 

you In lake even a iimre ad i\c in I crest than e\'er he fore for 

Ih.se are siieiiunus tim..s and every man eii-ai:ed in our siaiiislaus /vmla has hnimlil ihe Ka-le IJrewin- ( "o., 

"■^"''' "'"'"''' '"■ ='''■'■' ^""' '■'■^"'•" '" ''" '"" '''"•^■- nf .luneau. Alaska, for .If-(MMK). ai:d intends makiii- im- 

Vniir Xaiional l.c.i.mie needs Ihe hearly siippnrl nf every |„.,,^-,,|||,.,||^ ^vliicli will cosi ajipi-oximalely s.-,.(»ltl). .Mr. 

nieiiiher of the trade, nni niily in his nwii Sialenr lily. I'Ut ^_^.^^^^.^ ^^..^^ f.aiii. riv hrewmasier in the Salem Ilrewiii-- 

to aid (.ur .iioo.l work ai Washi.ii^ioii. Association, of Sah'iii. ( Hv. 

Already forty hills have iliiis far lucn picseiiied lo Con- 

•rri'ss. all <d' which lia\c hcariiiii upon the differeiil hranches . . 

• , ■ . ' . 1111 C.uslave Iheuner, an experienced hrewer trom Idalm 

of the liiiuor ir.ide. >nme are m our interests and should _ . ,!••,, , -n i 

, , ., , 1,11 I,-.- I I I falls, las seciiriM a siie al W ei -er, Ida., a. id will prnceed 

Iieeonie a law. while oilii'i-s wmild add additional hurdeii ' ■ . ' . 

, , ,, I , f , 1 wilh llle(recllrn of a new hrcWeiy. Ihe hrewhoiise IS III 

on lis and should he ilete.llcil. , . , , , 1 11 

he a Ine-stnrv hrick siruclure, and ihc eniire ]ilaiil will 



I am pleased In aiiiinuiice Ihal ihe chaiinian nf niir < 'on- 



<\ ahoiii .s.-)(l.(li)(l. 



ure.ssional ( 'nmniii lee. .Mr. •!. » '. l.eonanl, of Wasliiiiiiton. 

is lakinu a deep inii'i-esi in ihese hills and is walcliinii theii' 

lirourcss ihroii-h coiiiniiliee and is in consl.inl ailendaiiee .\rraii.i:( nieiils aie under way for llie ereelion of a new 

hoih in Ihe llniiscnf Kepreseiii a I i ves a 11(1 in the adjoinini; hrewcry al Tacoma, Wash. The capilal invested will he 

enminiitee Kiniiis. ItuI lie rei|niics ihe hearly cn.nperalinii about .•i!:2.")(),0(MI. The new cnni]iaiiy is headed hy .\. Weiii- 

(if ever\ dealer Ihroniiiionl the land who has a p;irticle of heiir, formerly ((Mimcied willi llie I'acilic Itrewin.u and 

inlliieiice with the <"oni:ressiiiaii frnlll his ilisliici. • M all iiii: ( "o.. and S. S. I.( eh. 



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MITCHELL'Sv 

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Wines and LiquorsJV 



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SOLE AGENTS FOR PACiriC COAST 

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_ _,.— - — " iciiioMil III ilir iiortliwrsl coriiiT of (Miiv ami Siiiisinnc 

^ ji - ,S| I ^-'gf^-jlp' n« si reels, wlieie lie liiis niielied a liiil^IllHreii| iil>-to-(liile liar 

r I f-^"^ 1 Li\ r r* '""' '■"''■• ' '"■ I'l'i''" '"^ ""' ""'> iiinisiially spacious. Imt in 

^L^i -'' '-! ♦^-?^-«lM^-=3l ils (lerni-.ili.ilis liiulih ailislir. I lie ^I'llevai avcliil eclural 



Keep Your Argument in Sight. 



ell'ecl iieilii; o|' llie siliiple ami liiassivc miler. all lillislieil 
ill l"l( iiiisli oal; ill \aiiiiiis el1V((s. It will lie Idniid mie nl' 

lie liiiisl allia'live |p|aees of ijie kind ill (lie wllujesale 
(lisii'iil. and will, i; mlnidii eel I \ . In- laMiied wiili a lai-;^c 

;ind |ilnti|alde Hade |p\ lensoil id' llle lael llial llie nid 

nNKKV leiailer win, is a sulpseiiher lu ihis paiMp sjionld ^'■""1 ^^-'^ ""'.^ ^' I"'" 'i'^'"--^ •'"^'.^- '""I ^^^'^ ^''^''.^^ '""■ "I' 
C Ue.p llle same l.viiii: un liis lal.les or in some place il"' mosi sl.addy siic.-essfui liars in llial pari of llie cily. 

W liere ilis cnsloniels can see and lead llle same, (tneol-cal 

lloiiiiie Willi llie salo.iii Inisiness is Ihal il is misrepre- HoUgh DisCUSseS Pure Food Bill. 

scriled and lliere is ion miicli economy amoiiu dealers as lo 

literary mailer wlii.li ilny lliiiiU is mM ne.-essar.\ Lasi A II ;■ .\SI II \( ITi »N. I'eU, I'll. Warwick C. llon-li <d' Si. 

\car llle .\nli-Salciin l.( auiie circnialed lin.OdO.OOO pa;:es of VV l.mis. genera! counsel nf llie Xaii'-iial Wholesale 

liierainre ai:ainsi ihe saloon liiisines<, 77/c Lihi lul. l.ii|m.r Dealei-s" .\ssncial ion, spoke liefore ih,. House Com- 

mil lee on I nlersiale and I'oi ciLin ( 'nnimeice lo-da v in oltjio- 

t'arlos ("avai^naro, fnrmerly of tlie F. ( 'a\ aiznaro ('mii- sil ieii |o i he I lepl.iirn |mi i- feud hill. 1 le said jirovisions re- 
jiaiiv ainl lalei- <d' llieC .M. ('a\a.uiiaro ('onipany, has dis- lalinii lo whisky did noi insure piiriiy ami were mislead- 
posed of the biisiiie-s oj' llie la Her iiisi il nl ion and has ]mr in^. A si raii^hl w liisky ma\ he eii her |iiire or impure, hi' 
rliased an intercsi in llie lionse >>{ Herman I'rese \ ( "o., said, ami a hh iided wliisk\ alsn may he eiiher pure or 
I'irst and .Market sire. is. The yoniiu man has a hiiin list impiiie. All whisky is an arliticial and imi a naliiral 
of fricmls :ii:d well-wishers who will he ;;lail lo know of product and he slid il is iioi lair lo compel distillers lo 
his sMcci ssfiil re-eiilry i,i the Irade. make piihlic ilieir rermula lor tl.-i\ orinu whisky, .as this is 
a lr,-idc seen 1 and has iioiliiiit; to do wilh the piiril\- or 

hick riiie. ihe hi;:, licnial riiaih'r. who for so imiii.x impnrily o| i he iiiodiid so far as w holesmneness is con- 

yeais eendllcled llle old place at i-T> Saiisonie sireel. has CM lied. 



SHERWOOD & SHERWOOD 

Importers and Exporters 

Stoolca of our Agonoy Goods for sale in bond and duty paid a« 



212-214 rURKET ST., SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. 

Telephone Main 447 



216 N. HAIN ST., LOS ANGELES, CAL. 

Telephone Qreen 217 



PHCIRIC C07XST TXGl^NTS f=OR 

J. H. Cutter Celebrated Kentucky Whiskies 
Schlitz Milwaukee Beer Keystone Monogram Rye and Old Saratoga 



Renowned for Purity and Flavor 
SCI-IRAMSBERGER VINEYARD, Th« Meat Famoua In California 



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B. & J. BURKE'S Bass's Ale and Dublin 
Porter (GuiNNESs's Extra Foreign 
Stout, the finest brew). 

B. & J BURKE'S*»*Irish»n<iGarnkirk Scotch 

DEWAR'S Old Highland Scotch Whisky. 

KEYSTONE MONOGRAM Whisky. 

BASS RATCUFF & GRETTON, Ltd.— B»ia 
Ale, in Wood. 

aOYALTY HOLLAND Gin, in Wood. 



ECHENAUER & CD'S ClareU and Sau- 

ternes. 
A. HOUTMAN & GO'S Holland Gin, 
LAWSON'S Liqueur Scotch Whisky. 
GLENLIVET Scotch Whisky, in Wood. 
JOULE'S Stone Ale, in Hhds. and Hlf. Hhds. 

MEINHOLD'S Anchor Brand New York 

Cider. 
HENK WAUKESHA Mineral Water. 



EVANS' INDIA Pale Ale. 

SHERWOOD kOBlN HOOD, in wood & bottle 

MACKENZIE & GO'S Spanish Sherries and 

Port. 
E. & J. BURKE'S Nonpareil Old Tom Gin. 
BURKE'S Hennessy Brandy and Dry Giii. 
ROSS' Belfast Ginger Ale, Club Soda, Etc. 
TRINIDAD BITTERS. 
FEIST BROS. & SONS, Erankfort-on-Main. 

Rhine and Moselle Wine. 



Sherwood's Robin Hood, Sherwood's Mascot, Pure Blended Whisky, ready for use. 
Canadian Special Rye Whisky (Gooderham & Worts, Limited, Toranto, Canada)^ 

Bottled under Government Supervision. 
Whiskies Gin, Brandy, Rum — Imported and Domestic — in bulk and bottled, 

in bond and free, guaranteed pure. 

Re-Imported Whiskies. 



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All Modern ConTsnieiicea. Uplo-tlaU) Ilea>l<|U>rt>T* (or Mining an<t ('"niii.ercial Men 
W. U. Telc({r»|)h S«rvlo<' Aniiricari aii<l Kiiroi«»ii l'!«ri. 4U) Kojiii''. 
8uit«fl with baltii. Saiiiplo ruoms. Nuwly titlnJ tliruUKlioul. 
CoDtcr of busiDuu diiUict. ConTeoient to all cmr Uor«. 



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Agents for MONROL'S PIRE APPLI CVDtK Qiiarls dnd Pints. 
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Proposed Hepburn Pure Food Bill. 



Incorporations. 



I'l'i'TsiiiKC, I'fii. •_'::, l!i(Hi. 
Ti. .M.Miilicrs: 

(icnilcllH'll — \Vc illlldSi- licicw itll ;l sllrcl colllililliMi; tlic 

]>r(ivisi()iis i>l' the llci>liiini iiiirc fncid hill. ;is Mpiilviiiii In 
li(Hiors, as it piisscd llic Senate nii liie L'lsi iiisl. Vou will 
note llial llic liill was aiiu-inied so as In iii.itnle siilisiaii 
liallv ail of oiir suiiiiested amemlmeiUs, will: i in- addil inn 



( 'alir>:|iiia (liai-e .liiiei- Co.; capilal sleek .slUO.IMtll. siili 
seiitird .^srj.lKIO. Kv l». .V .Maeneii; II. \\'. llairisoii. S. <^i. 
('. \V. and .T. 1\ Siniili, all of Los An-icles. 

K. II. Kaneel Co.; eapilal sloek ."jTriJIOO. sliaies .sliid 

e;i(ll, suliseril.ed .^1,111111. hy l\ .M . Willi WOVl ll. C. A. Slillll 
jell, i;. II., C. ('. and .1. II. Laiieel, J shares eaeli; jdaee (ll 
liusiiiess. Sail I'laiieisco. 

Kirkwood Distillinu- <'(>.; $r)0,ll(MI. Uv .\. S. Ash. .1. I'. 



Ihat llie word "liiinors" was also iiisei-led in Hie provision ^,^^^^^^ .,,|^^ ,, ,_ ] „.y,.li,.r|, :i|| ,,f Si.okane. W; 



with relePenee lo |H-o|(riel a 1 v ailirles. The liili now 

«;(H's lo the llonse. and we liope ihai liniiy will reeonnize 
tlu' jiisliee of onr eontenl ions as has ilie Senate. 
Tvnly \ours. 

D.WID STAl i:i;i;, Seerelaiy N. W . 1.. I ». .\. 

••.\nd provided fni-lliei-. Thai nolhini: in (his a<l shall 
he construed as i-equirini; or eonipellini; proprielors (n- 
nniinifaei nrers of jiroprielaiy foods, drnus or liipnirs w hieh 
<-onlain no nnwhohsonn- added iniiredients lo diselose 
their forninlas of jirodnei ion. e\eepi in so far as the pi'o- 
visions of this act may reipiii-e to secure freedom from 
adnlteration or imitation, and to show He amount, if any, 
of alcohol or of o])iniii in any form contained in them. 

'*In the case of liiiuors, an article shall he deenu'd adul- 
terated if it contain any added iniiredient of a poisonous 
or (h'leterions character. 

"Such liquors shall he ih cined mishramhd: 

"I'-ii'st. If it is hlemled or icctilied, oi- consists of an 
admixtuie of ditfere.ii tirades of the same li(|nor, or con- 
tains in- is mixed with, other snhsl.-imes, and the word 
'blendeil,' M-eii ilied." or "mixed," as ihe case ma_\' he, is not 
plainly stated on the ]>acka;i:e in which such li(|nor is of- 
fered for sale, oi- if the laixl (U- any written <u- iirintcd 
statement accom]ianyin;; tic packaiic in which sinh li(|Uor 
is kept or sold contains any false slatenuMit as to tlie cliar- 
acter of the contents of such packajiv, or represents such 
li(pi!ir to he the ])roiluct of an\ othei- c<vuntry than that in 
wliicli it was aclually pro(hn<'d. 

"Sec. 1(». That no di'ahr shall he pi-osecnted under the 
provisions of this act when In- can eslalilish a i;iKiran(y 
sijiiieil hy the wholesaler, johher, manufacturer, oi- olhei" 
parly rcsidini;- in tin- Initcd States, from whom lu' pur- 
chases such articles, etc. 

••( l'i-ovisi(His of pure food hill, S. ,SS, applyiuii' to li(|nors, 
as it j.assed Tnited States Senate February 21, lltoc. i" 



I'nited Califcrnia \ineyard Co.; capilal stock ST."), 11(111, 
snhsciihed S.\:>\K hy .Inhs Sonla.ucs, .1. I). .Mespie and 
Ani:ele Soulaues; pla<-e of Inisiness, San I'-rancisco. 



FERNET- BRANCA 

TONIC, BITTFRS 

Specialty of 

Fratelli Branca, 

Milan, Italy 



BEST FLAVOR TO COCKTAILS 

Stomachic 

Aperient 

Digestive 

Hygienic 





GRAND PRIZE 

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Sole North American Agents 

L. GANDOLFI &. CO., 

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Coast News of the Traffic. 'I'lic Supfi-visois ur sIimsim cniiuiv ii:i\.- fiui. ici ini unii- 

iiaiioc tliiit pruvidcs in cllVci iliai im li'iuni- Imsincss shall 

OVKIAM.^A iM.iiiiun with 1..-.00 sijiiMtur.s has !..■.■,. I"" .-^^lahlish.-.l within ..„.■ and n.n-iialf n.il.-s <.f any saw- 

fih..l will, (he Citv CnnM.il Mi-uin- tlu' a.lnpiiun nf a wani "'i'""^^' .on.i.aM.v. sn.rll.T. muu- ..,■ ..tiuT c.-nter of indus- 

h.ca tinn plan" fur n-,.h.tio„ of sain,.,, |i,,nu,. lirms.s. "-ial .l.'V.l..imH.„(. wl,r„ s,„|, I,,,,,.,,- h„sn,.'ss shall be 



iliirrliMl 



III 1 III- iiail III I lit- ciw 111',-s 



<aiil iiKhistrles. 



San i!i.i!.\Ai!i,i.\t>. — I 111- \\ iclaiid Ui'cwiim- and Hotliii,!: ,. , , • , ,■ ■. i v i. i ■ /• . 

... . ,,,,',,, ,-, 1 I iidc- Mil- liilc nl Kavwdcid \ Kiilici-ls ( <i., a i,rw, and 

("ii,,,I)ai,v liinniiih their local am'iil. (!. II. ISnIilily.. iiavc • , ' ,■ i 

' ■ • , , , • ,,.,.,■•. whal iiniiiiiM's In III- mic nl ilic i,,ost pro";r('ssiv(' coiici'ms 

Ifl ihc rn,, I rai-l for a local ln-anch In he ImiiIi ,ii liiisciiy .,,,,,. ,■ ■ 41 / -7 1 ^ 

_ ,„, „„ ,.,,.. , 1.11 III II'' \\ linlisalc lii|iini- liiK' in tile (cmtorv, succctMls to 

al a cn-i of .'#1.401). The hnildin.' is In l.c cninplclcd l>y ' •' 

"^ ihr w ell kiinw II liiisiiicss o| Uaywood iV < o. of Las \ o{;a.s, 

X. .M. 'riir new rniiipany, while incoriioratcd, is controlled 

li\ Mr. 'P. -1. Kivwnnd, wlio eslahlished the orifjinal con- 

'•''"■ I" '•■ "'■ N="i'-"-'' <'i'.^- ^='>' ">i''.^" ''-"Hily. are ^,,,,^^ .,^ ls7;i. ami .Mr. .\. K. IJoherts, who for several Tears 

mi-hly tind afie,- lunr years nf ili<. "dry i-miinsil inii. ^^..^^ n.nnecl.-d in various in,p,.r(ai.t .-apacities with the 

Th,' "drys- wnn n„ a sniall inai-in. and in .Xj^ril ne.xi will ^hawlian distiilerv. makers of the famous "Shawhan Four 

he called to tiie polls to "make -ood." It is Generally cm, ,;,.,„.,.,, i,„is" hrand »( wliiskv. 

ceded that the "wets" will carrv the day i-eadilv. 



l>y reasnii of the aclioii of the Tow,, 'rriislces n( Uerke- 
ley, South Berkeley now has no salomis. Thei-e were I'oi'iii 
erly two, hut the city fathers refused lo renew tiie liceii 
ses. Hence a drouth ])revails. 



A Pre.scott (Arizonal j)aper annonnces llial \V. .]. .Mnl- 
veuou, president of the Arizona Hrewiim < "n.. a I'resenli 
enterprise, will make arranjicmeni fnr a loancli ware- 
house in Phoenix as a distrihiif iiiii point fn,' the hrewery 
]>roduct. 



Point Khiimomi. — The Southern Pacific is l)\iildin;j, a 
spur track to the new lieer dejml of |],e l''nfer]>rise J>re\\- 
in<; Co., which is Iteinj;- ei-ecti-d near I he Sniithern L'aeifie 
fr. iiiht and i)asseni;(M- de]iot. 

()AKlA.\n. — It is reported thai iliere is a move on foot 
to r.'sti.ict the numlier of saloons i,i iliis di v to i!.">(l, which 
would mean a reduction from 2()4. I he i»resent number; 
that the Kniiihts of the Poyal Areli. an ei^aiiization of 
wholesale and retail lii|uor dealers, favors such a move 
as an ofTsi-t to the a,i;'i'iitif>n for local option. 

The Jaian Prewiiii: Co. of Kerkeley, ("al.. will remove 
its sake jilaiit. the only one in the Pnited States, to San 
Francisco. The ,emn\al is due In excessive municipal 
faxes. 




PERKINS. STERN & CO, STERN & ROSE 'I 




TRADE MARK 



CHARLES STERN & SONS, m 

Producers and Distillers of Hig'K-Grade 

California Wines and Brandies 



I LOS ANGELES, C.\L. 
g 903-931 Macy Street 



Owners and Controllers of 3000 Acres of Choicest Vineyards located at Staldgr, Riverside Co., Cal. 

Wineri:s and Distilleries : LOS ANGELES AND WINEVILLE, CAL. 
NEW YORK CHICAGO 

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Tile Siiii l"r;iiiiisrn Siiliilmr < 'n., iiiiiKiilrrs :iiii| ii'lincrs 
of sill|ill11I', li:i\(' l-.'liii>\ ( ,1 tlirii- iillicrs lloiil llnip nld Idea- 
tion ill :{|S I'rolll Slnrl In it Sansirinr Sll-icl, idnirl' iif 

.Mari<i'l. Til's i-(iin|iaii\ liamiics siii]iliui- iii ail lunns aii<l 
iiiai^i s a s|ir(iail \- oC s il|ilinr Inr llic use nf \ inrvarilisis 
aihl li II J ;:i o\\ I IS. il is a iiuiiic riiiii|iany ami (icsiTXcs 
ilic |iil Kiiiaui' of all w lio lia\c use IHr llii'ii- iiidiliirts. 



If I lie l.usilirss of Claikc I trol ilrls X CnlllliaMV, I lie iii^; 

1*1 oria. 111., (lisiillns, (•(Hilimns In iiincasc in llir sainc Tlic iiu^iiicss nf l lial stcrliiii:: old lidiisr of Naiicr, Aifs & 

ratio (liiriiiii tin- year I'.KMI as ii lias (Imiiiii tin- n|Miiinu Iti-uin- simws a sat isfaclorv vcliiiiic I'or llic tipciiiii}; 

iiioiitlis, tlicy will I (■ fiiiiiil 1(1 niaki- aiiotiicr iiiu\i> to nioiiilisof I'.MItiiiiall liraiiclics, not only of t licir standaril 

accianino lair ilnir iradi'. .Mr. A. I.. |)t>\\ li r, llic cncr- luainls nf w liiskiis, Iml in tlicir forciifii s])cciall ics as well, 

j^ftic I'aiilic Coast nianai;rr. r.'jiorts iiadc as mosl excel- Daiiiiaiia liillrrs is addiiii;- lo ils jpopularily. and ran lie 

Iciil. Tile liusiiiess foi' .Iaiinar\' and l'(iirnar\. l!M»(i. found in every low n and iianilel on I lie ( "oast . 






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shows an iiicieiise of nver 1(1(1 j.er cent o\cr liiai of tiie Made in California. 

same iiioni' s in llti;."). An increase of sncli ]iro|>ortions 

speaks vol n nil s for I he (pialily of ilie ^onds ma nn fact n red Q( "I I A LIT/ ^; .MOKIUS, the Howard sircvt coiipiTsmiilis, 

by this L'liinpasiy and for the ability dis]ilay((l in ilie man- O n ceiilly coin]>l('t(d the larjicst lircw kettle ever made 

agenicnt of their luisiness on iliis Coasl. .Mr. Dowlei- on the Pacific ('oast, for the National Brew inu ( 'ompany. 

leaves hci-i' on the ;',i| of .March for an extemlcd iri]i cover It was a iiarticnlarly tine i>iece of work and a credit to 

ius the principal cities in Oreji'on, Wasliinulon. .Monl.-iiia, tlie mechanical skill of ils nianiifactiirers. While it may 

Idaho, Utah and Coloiado. in the interest of his lionse. sei m like "carryiny li al to Newcastle, " Eastern brandy 

Mr. Dewier expicts to \isit Peoria to aiiain become ac- makeis have foni:d tkat they can i;et better stills for their 

qnainted witli the heads of the coni|)any. as this is liis needs, lici-e in San I'^iancisco, than in tlie East, Schalitz 

first visil to I'eoria since li:catiii_ii- here live and a lialf \- .Morris liavinii lately sliipjied lliree of their Sanders 

years ago. .Mr. Dowler expects to lie away si me live or iiii]ir. \id coiitimions stills to Kasterii brandy makers, two 

six Aveeks bel'ore returning home airain. to New York Slate, and o;:e to Norbdk, \\\. 



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\U.^i^ U\RriAM. Manngrr, 22t> Franklin S<rccl 

I >.< A N( ;i:LKS, I'i'li. •_'(». — I'litil tin- SiipnMiii' Cinirl rcu- iht- i-li-^iiiii <|ii)irtcrM at the mrner of Main ami Tliinl 



liii-s a liri'isiiiii oil tlif coiitfsl over tlic (oiiHtitiitiiniaility 
i>( ilic law of till- initiative. uiiiU'r wliidi prnoi'din^^s liavc 
Im'cii 1m';jiiii. tlic < i«itlii'Ml(iii-;j sviidiratf is ri'stiii;; on its 
iiai's. Til*' proiiiuitis of tin- sriiciui' tu make a lii|ii<ii- sclliii;; 
iiii>no|>iilv ill I.MS An;:rlcs say tlic.v liavc i'niiu;;li si;:n< rs to 
a |i*-tilioii to rail for a special cliTtion to \oti- on llir sui>- 
jr«l. lull tln-y rannot i|o anythiii;; until the Siiprcnic Court 



sii-)M-is. In all its uppoinluii-ht. iipsiniiH iiml <|o\vn. tin- 
i-stal)lislinii-nt is tin- aniu- of i-lc;:anrc. Tin- «Ht«T«'r n*- 
rcivrd many lloral olTfiin'^s in honor of the iMt-attion. Tw«i 
of his ailniiii'is s>-nt lloral ripnMliirtioiiH of tin* lanial** 
wapm in whirli .Mr. l.<-vy nnnif liiM lirj<l Klart in tin- Imini- 
iirss. Onlv the lirsi and si-<ond lliKirs wcrt* n-adv for in- 



has (hM'idcd that the law under whith they hope to work ont spt-etioii. The •;ronnd thnir has the main diaiiic hall and 



their plans is shown to Im> ;;ood. .Meantime it will lie no- 
lieeil that ihe retailers are not niiich alarmed at the out 
rnme, evidently lieiiij^ convimed that the silieme ran he 
knocked out any way. It i.s claimed that a total of lT."J:fJ 
voters were interview iil, of whom 7tJ>7ti sij^iied the |ietilioii. 
Three thousand one humlred and two who diil not si;:n the 
petition expressed their intention of votiii;; for the or<|i- 



oil the floors alioNe ai-e private imnmiis. One of iIh> nitiHt 
phasant fealiiies of (he openin;; was the pn-irnre of H»'V- 
era I of the -111 lie mall's" compel it ivc rexlaiiratiMirH mil only 
from l.os An;;eles hut from San rraiicisi-o. Tin* o|NMiiii;; 
dinner was fairly under way wlii-n in walkiil A. <'. Hilicko 
and .lohn S. .Mitchell of the .Me.vainlria and lloHeiilMfk, 



nance, ami ."iOf.S e.xpres.seil themselves as opjiosed to the ;„.,. pinied hy their iM'lter halfs. !'ivi« niiiiulcH afHT- 

ordinan.e. Three tli..nsand live hnii.lred and ei;:hl had not ^^.|,.^| ,..,,,|^. ..,{j,|^." Srinieider of the Itmloi ami hin parlv. 

deiernn.,. d how they w' uhl Vot e. ,^ ,^^^ ,j^ .^^^ ^^^ j,^^. SaddleinHk t-M.k a tahlr. at which lie was 

1.KVVS S.I.KKII .AKK ofK.NKi.. assidmms fr J f. M. to J .V. M. <-hailey /inkand. John 

The new Levy's ("afc was opem-d anspicionsly the iii-lit 'l:<'' ^""l '' ' ^V''"';.''! • «hos4- iiaiias an- idenlili.-.! with 

.if I'ehrnary S. when many invited ;:nests helpeil to dedicate three of the most ]M>piilar cafis in San Fraiiriwo, lind 



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Wines and Brandies 



\incyaril> in S.iu (.i.ihricl Willcy. Winery .uul I)i.^Uwl.■:^ 
corner of Macy and Lyons Street.s, Los Angeles 

Mivjhc.st .Xwards. (iold Mciial.N am! Diploma.^ ha\c bccti <:iM.n our NN iiK-s \vhcrc\cr f\- 
hihitcil, a.-^ follow .s : 

()M\M\. \s^)S: (jUATliMAI.A. IS*)S: l>H!l .ADIM I'M I \. I >">•>: I'VKMS. \')n{): 
lU l-l-ALO. I'>0I; SI. L()1'I3. 1004. ami I'OkllAM) m I'xi.^. 




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Southern California Wine Company 

ii.H \vH>r roi k'lii >rki:i.i 

llonic IMi..nc. iixclianec \<> bunict. .Main iM 

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PACIFIC WINE AND SPIRIT REVIEW 



.....nr .ln«M sprriMllv linn, S;in rnniris.-n I., lirlp -ivc Mr. The Iimim rial i'-.iU- lias l»Ti, |.,iniias..l l,v Knst.r \ l.on- 

l.cvv a IM-Mpir ••send nil." while Iv .M. ( irt'cinvay, "ilir ciiraii, w lio imi il in coiinccl i«>ii w i(li llir 1 tcl Mnnic. Tlic 

C/ai" c.r Sail l"iaii.is<-n's •• IIMI," ami ilic .lisiK-iisci- -I'lifi-al I'niiiicr ..wiicis were (•..iii|ii llc.l In .-Ins.- niii l.y llir rolicr 

,,|-';, .rl.l.iaK.I l.iaii.l »{ tiiainpa-ii.-. was also (HU' ol' the ('nmiiiissi..ii. Tlir hnp-iia! lias had an .■xislciirc lull of 

111. . si (•lllhlisiasli.- |piTsn|is pKsrlll nil the ••|illlc Iliail's" llili lllllcll Irulllilc. 

iiii;hl. 

Itccaiisc he liail pir\ iniisl\ hisl (•..iisidcialilc iiimicy ill 

HIS \.\(;i;i-r.s .\(iri:s. ihcsalniui lnisiiuss, ilir apidi.alinn nl' Hairy .la.nliy I'ni- a 

KiHMkrd niK l.v a d.MMsina ivi.d.M vd ill III.. Siip-iinr li-'"-- I" <-"'-l""l =' wli.d..sal.. li.,i.nr sl.iiv al TKi KasI 
(•.„„( hv .I.I.I...- Ku.dw..ll. IVI.niai-v I'd. ih.. i:.,a,.l nf P.. I'ini. sln<l appi-ah-l U, P.di.r ( ..ii„i,.ssi.....-rs .\Ias.,ii aii.l 
li... (•.■.am.issi.;,,. rs w ill hav.. i.. .vsi.'.i.. m Alaliis Ni.Mii.y.r -l-lHisnu ami lli.. appli.al umwas i;iai,....l. 
his wh.disalc li.iiinr li.-..iis.. Inr his pla..- al '.IJ. Ciiiral . , , . 

-.v.-nii.. rii.l.T II..- sail,,-' .h-. Ni.Mi. Ih.- a.linn ..f il,.- sain.- ^Vill Salhr. m,.- n( i,i.,sl ,,nii,ilai- 1,1.11 ,11 Hi.- In.si.i.-ss. 

.h.l.-, ill nuanl C iIh- I'.-I .M..111.- aii.l P.isl., .- Inn may 1m- w as a im'iiili.-i- -.f 1 Im- IJ. ..-pi i '..11111111 1..- I lial .-m.-ilaiiK-.l 

aiiiiull.-.l. '.Iii.l.li.. P.nr.lw.-ll. in his .h-.isinii. ia|is tiu- I'.-li.-.- ''"' ^■■" '-■''-'' '-"-^- '- '^'- 

CiiiiiinissiniK-rs an. I llic .Maynr I'nr ('V."r<liii;^ ih.-ir aiitlmrily __^ _ - ^^ 

ami for mil k('c])iiiii- lunp.-i- ivi-nnls nf llii'ir mi-i-iin-s. A.- f ^\ 

c.ir.liii.u- to 111.- orii;iiial miniii.s cd' lln- IJ.inid, Xicim-ycr 

l.isi his li.Tiis.- h.-,aiis.- .d' pi-riii.-iniis jiidilital a.-li\ily 

in nlh.'r w.>r.ls. lu- l.i.dv a pail in p.dili.s not a^i.-.-alil.- lo 

tin- ('.inimissiiin. 



dain.-s rii.h-i-wii.iil, Inr a Inn:: lime mi\idii;^isl t'.ir Ih.- 
.Majiii.dia har. has li.'.-nim- ili.- si.-war.l .if lli.- In.al a.-rii- 
.if Hajili's. a ]).isitioii iioi r...prniii.i: sn minli hard w.nk. and 
(•.iiis('.|iii-iilly liclicr for his Inalili. 

X.iw ihc siiliiirli .d' Il.illyw.i.i.l. haviiii; iiii.l iNtr.-in.' prn- 
hiliilinii, liii.ls il wants a nmr.- lihcral law. In ll.dlyw.in.l 
il is ill.-ual .-v. 11 In lal<.- a .Ins.- .if pciip.-rmiiil .■ss..ii.-.'. 

Al .\nahrim ah. ml Iwciiiy .-ili/,. 'lis ai.- ia!;iii.i; inilinlory 
sit'ps inward III.- iiiiini.ipal .iwmisliip iti' a snlnnn Mi.-r.-. 
'rii.-ii- ar.- a immh.-r .d' sain. mis in ihal Inw n, ami llu- idaii is 
I'.ir llic cily In .-l.is.' all imw in nprialinii ami .iji.-ii nm- for 
111.' niiiniciiiality, liisi |iiiri liasi. l; iIi.- si.i.k .if li.|ii.)rs tar- 
ried liy tin- silooii iii.-ii, so thai the jir.ipi i.-l.irs slioul.l l.ise 
iiolliini; hill th.- i;.mi.1 will ami llieir lnisim-ss. 

P..-faiis.- .d' an iiiifnil iiiial.- a. .-i. lent in Ih.- Del ^Lnil.' 
'Pa\irii a pnldi.' fiii.ir was created sn strong a.< l.i c.nap.-l 
ih.- Pnli.-e ('niiiinissiiai 1. 1 re\-.ik.- tin- reslaiiraut li.|tinr 
li.-.'iis.- nf lli:it r.snri, wiii.h is .iwin-.l hy K.ssl. r 6>; Lomr- 
i:aii. Al ill.' same liiii.-. llu- ( 'iiiimi-sinn |o.d< away lln- 
li.-.-iis.' i<{ ill.' P>isli..' 1,111. .iwiie.l hy "( 'li.iw .l.'r dim" l>uini. 

Wliih- ilii- \-. -111. -Ill is warm .illi.r pla.-es lia\in,!.;' !>ri\at.- 

diiiiii'.: r.imiis nun' sutler siinilarlv. 



CHAPMAN & WILBERFORCE 



ESTABLISHED 1881 



IMPORTERS AND 
WINE MERCHANTS 



Specialties 



VINTAGE CHAMPAGNES 

Pol Roger, J889, J892 and 1893 

St. Marceaox, 1895 and 1898 

Cazanove Vin Monarque, 1893 

Hankey Bannister, J 895 

Ayala, 1898, extra dry and brut, and other Champagnes 

Bouvet-Ladubay Saomur 

Vintage Clarets and Sauternes 

Vintage Hocks and Moselles 

Dawson's Scotch Whiskies 

Coates & Co/s Original Plymouth Gin 

Brown Forman's Old Forester Bourbon Whiskey, etc. 



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do not forget to pay a. 
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Under tHe Management of tKe ■well-Known Proprietors 



SCHNEIDER ^ FIEBER 



PACII'lC \\IX1-; AND SPIRIT KKVIEW. 



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SIIATTM:, I"<'1>. 1':{. — Sciililc lii|ui>r iiili nsi.s ;iir n^iiii'; 
( :is,v ill lite kiiowliMl;,')- ilijil ImiiIi caiiiliWiitt-s for tin- of 
till- i>r .Miivtir :iii> liliiM-iil iiiiiiditl iiicii. Ni'illii-r wuiiiil li<- 
at all liki-lv tn iiiaii;:iii'atc aiiv |i<)lirv ilitriini-iital tn lli*- 
lii|iii>r III) II and ilii* lattii* ait- in a iia|>|iv iiuhmI ami ni>( 
wonviii^ iiiinli alMnit tlii> pnlitira! situation. 

Tli*> rlin iTiil outlook is rni-tlii-i- cnliam-nl li,\ tlic iioinina- 
tinii fill- till- riiv Coiiniil of four iiicii, w lio an- riilin- ili 
intly o|- iinlii-crtlv iiiti'D'sicil in tin- liipior liiisim-ss. All 
four aic stioii^i raiiiliilalis ami will piolialilv In- i-li-riiil. 
W iili siirji a i-i'pirsciitation in llir I'oiiiiril. tin- lii|iioi- iinn 
not apt to siillrr. 

\>i i-r;;aiils tile piosiifcis of tin- two .Mavoialiy ramli 
il.iii's. .lojin Itiplinu'i'i'. iioniiiiatfil mi tin- Ki-|iiil)li<'an tirkit, 
is n-fiisi'il the siip|ioit of till' Itfpiililiraii lU'^^an, ami is ar 
tivflv I pp.isi'il l»\ tin- Tinitx. rmli-f tlicsi- rii-i-uinstam-rs 
it is liai'tl to sf<- lio>\ he tan Im* clti-tiil. iinirs'i lie iii:iki-s a 
wiimlci fully sii-oiii; personal iainpai;:ii. 

.Imlj;c .Mooi-c, lamliilatc on two tirkris, ami siippnitiil 
\t\ till' cvmiiij; papir, wmilil sn-m tn lia\<- mmli liii- IhiIi r 
rliam-.-. 

In waul politirs, tin- ti<:lii of II. I., .latl'i-. of tjh- tiini of 
• latti> ^: < 'o.. for ili*> Iti-piililiran iioiiiiiiation for < 'oiiiirilinan 
in lilt' SciomI Wan), was rnns|>i(-uoiis. in sjiiif of iinitcil 
opj>o>iit ion, .Mr. .latTi- won out, ami will iimloiihti-tlly he 
ill ricil ami pi'ovc a staiim-li snppoi-ti-i- of iiipioi- inl<-i'«-sts. 

In till- Tliii-il Waril Ili (iill was iinomiiiatiil ami it is 
safi- to pniiirt iiis cli-ci ion. 



NOHTItWKSTKKN NIlTI-X 
M lyi r Itallinp I- lias vi tmil an onlinamc j;raiiiiii}i to \V. 
I Uolil> a lii'i-nM- to t'oniliirt a saloon in Tliiiil a\i-niir S.. 
opposite the m-w I'liion ili-pot, on llic ui'oiiml thai it is to 
tin- Ih-si iiil*-n-sts of till' rity to r«'fns«' liccnsrs for siiloons 
in til" m-i;:lil oi-liooil of tin- ili-pot. Kolih lias tittcil up a 
liwi-ll plaif. Tile flours, stnl ri-ilin;;;s ami flalioratc fur: 

uisliin;^ inaki' tl ■iialilislmi* nt oiu' of tin- niosl inoilcrn 

aiiil .itii.K ii\i' III- is inakinu' a tii'lii ii> lumpi I tin- <\\\ tn 



;:i-ant tlic lirt'iist- ami it is poHxililc tliiil tin- ('(tiimil will 
pa>s till' m-r('sr<ary iiriiinam-f nvtr iIh' Mayor's linul. If 

not, Kohli n '- ■■■■ 'I • ■■■-vt aiiiiiinistniii"'- •■■ ••■••- tin" 

pi'iinission. 

rii-Kiili-nt rlifirinKtoii of lli«> WasliiiiKtoii Aiili-Kaluoii 
l.ca<:uc lias l<'ft on n trip to S|M*kiiii<*, Nurili Viikinia, Walla 
\\'alla ami otin r towns, witli a view to ki-t-piit^: in IoikIi 
with till- St itc poliiit-al sit mil ion. (*anili>lali-H for the Stat*- 
L<->:islatni<- ai-i- ln^innin}; to appear ami h<* inii'mls to as- 
rcrlain what om s ale cnlitlnl to ijif Htip|Miri of tin- {..iii^iie. 

The Chief of I'oliee at Kvereit has nili-il lliat ^ainlilinu 
in all forms must reas -. As a n-siilt the ^^anililers aii' lak 
in;; iiKasiii-rs to ^•o afh r the slot inaitiiiie men. savin;: that 
if ;;aiiilil!ii;: is In lie foneil oiii. then all ^aiiibliii;: ninsi In- 

Slnppi-il. 



The City Ciiiim-il if Spokane n fiisi'il to pass an unli- 
iiam-i' to close sal' oils on Siimlay. The vote sIihhI four In 
six. An or linaiiie has Im-^ii iniroilm-ei| propusin;; in raJM* 
the lie. use fee lo .<<Cll!IMI. ami another seeks to prevent one 
man holilin;; tnoi-e than one lii-ense. ami to roni|N>| liiui to 
opeiaii- it as a li iia tide proprietor. 



\\ . I.'. Lett of San l''iam-is«-o. National Sii-i-i-lary of tlie 
.Villi I'lofanity Snriety of the World, was in Seattle litis 
iiioiith in III- interests of the siu-ieiy. The or;'aiiiziilion is 
iiyiii;; to imim-e the niinisters of the Coast to ^jive the tirst 
Sunday in .Maieh to the pi-eaeliin;; of sermons apiiiist tin* 
sweariii;: Inliii. 

Tie nisinarrk Cafe has eoinpleted e\li-nsi\e alteraliohH 
made iieeessary liy tin' eiilat;:enient of the estalilishnieiii. 

.Many m w plares ha>e Ihi-u o|H'iie<| in the \i<itiity of 
Si-attle. Miii:e of the proprii tors Is-in;;: llarvi-y \ I'latleii. 
Ke'sne; .MiCIaiii & Urake. .Mahtoii ; Coiiriway llnw.. Wen 
atihee; .lohn \\ iekliiiid \ Co., *<i)nlli Itt-mi ; KoImtI Cimss- 

man. .Monroe. 

Sylvester & Ikosenian of Keniiiw irk have piil in an i-ntirv 

m-\\ M-l of li\iiiii-«i 



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PACIFIC WINE AND SPIRIT REVIEW 



National Pure Food and Drug Law 



rmnili. :i tuilimial I'nnd law would tend lo iiiliiliit cimi- 
iiicnc ill I'ddd jtrudiicls In wliicli siilistiiiiccs dck'lcriims to 

Iicalili lia\c liccii added, and aiiv d^•u^s wliicli ai'c adultcr- 

alcd iir iiiislii-aiidcd m- wliii li air sold iiiidci' false names 

Tl 110 assciiiliiiiiu nf I lie l''if'l.\ iiiiil li ( 'iiiii;i-css lias r('\i\C(l and in a niaiincr in iridin c a diiiL; lialdl whicli will iiiidor- 
llic spcciilatidns coiicci'iiini; lln- cMaclnirai nf a na niiiir i he lirail li <it I In- \ iri im in- del'iand liim of Ills money, 
tioiial law ((iHi rollini; (•(ininieice in adnlinaiid, mis 'riii'linii reason for i hr ( naci ment of siuli leiiislatiou is 
lii-andeil and imilated fords and din^s. Ii will l>e ri'Miem iliai it would lend io raise ihc siandard of eommercial 
bennl lliat sueli a Mil liasliecn liefore('onj;ress(iinliinioiisl_\^ elliies li\ JMliihilin^ the mannfaei inc or sale of any suli- 
for alioMi twent.\ .\ears, ilial once tliis liill lias jiassed flu- stances wliicli in any way defraud or deceive hy label, corn- 
Senate and once the llonsc of i;i>|iresenial i\es. Inii never position or olheiwvise. 

has been aiiproveil by hoih hons.s dnriiii: any siiiLile ses Aiiainsi i he enactmeni of a pnie food and di-nu law the 

sion. While the le;:islat ion. I lieri'fore. has been ap].ro\cd followinu ari;\iments may iiestateil: 

])(>lli by the Senate and hy the House, ii has never been 1. That if interferes with the riiihts of ihe Slate lo man- 

fiwcti'd into law. The popular deui.ind bir such lei^isla auc as they .see til all ]i<ilice rc^nlat ions reaped ini^- foods 

tion is lU'obably moi'e insisieiii al ilie pi-eseiii time than and drnfjs. 
ever before. -■ That it im]ioses n|)on manufaci iireis unnecessary and 

The National Coii-i-ess has enacted laws subjectiu- im- aniioyin-;- restrictions resi.eciinu the character of the i)rod- 

l)orted bidd i.rodmls and dru-s to riuid inspection. Al m)^ which are made and the names which .are iiiveii 

the same time biod product- and drm;s are passin;; from I hereto. 
one Stale to another fr<'e from inspection. It llnis lia|i- '■'<■ 'I'liat no manufacturer should be icstricted in or for- 

pens tliat b)rins of adulteration and misbrandin;: which bidden th<' nse of insretlieiits in f 1 jii-odncts wliich are 

are prohibited in j.roducts imported from birei-n c(mn- n"' injurious lo health. 

tries are iiei'initted to 'j.n uiiclu'cked. in so far as the na- ^- Tliat the consumers demand certain practices, such 

tional authorities are concerned, in the connuerce bei ween as artificial colorinj:, the use of glucose, etc.. in their food 

the States. I''or this reason the imporii is of such buxl products, and that any restriction of (his demand would 

l>ro(lucts may .justly complain that a discrimination is interfere with the riiihts of the consumei'. 

made in the law between biods of domestic ori-in and ~>- That such legislation mi-hi icstrici or abolish the 

those imiKU-ted from b.rei-n countries. The lo-ical se- use (d' i)reservat ives in biod products and thus -reatly in- 

(pience of this <dijeclion is n<il that the law rei|uiriiiy the 

insi)eclion of food ])roducls should be re]iealed. as some 

of the importers contiMid. but. on the c<nifrary, that such 

inspection slnnild be e.xiended to products of ihis kind 

when enterin- into intersiafc.uum. •..■,.. ^i^^^^^uii<i^>it^^i^>)i>ii^iii^'^i^^^ 

The reasons \\hicli are uiiicd for the eiiaclmeut of the |; c. l sch.alitz august r. rethey "^ r morri-, ! 

law and those which are nri:((l auainsi it may be briefly V,i 

stated, first, in favor of the lawinay be cited the fact that j; 

every State almost in this I'nicui has laws I'euulatiuii tlie 5; 

adulteration of foods ami drnus. These laws, while Imv- §; 

inii- tile same jmrpose in \ iew , dilTer un-atlv anioim each s. incorporated -^. 

other in their delinit io.is. provisions and ' ,.enalties for | ^P LOS AINQEUES | 

violation. As a result the laws which obtain in om' State | schaUTZ & MORRIS COPPER'iND'BR^SS WORKS, San Francisce | 

.secure a (juality of foods and druys (piite different from 5. (Successors to sanders copi'I'.r woRkS) >6 

that in an adjoininii State where the laws are different. gj ~ 

Thus, interstate coniinerce between two such States must ^ 

interfere with the State laws of ea<h. A national law J; 

wituld tend to bi-inji the definitions and provisions of the |5 

State laws into harmony, and thus avoid the ;Lireat con- ^ 

fiision res])ectint;- definition, labelini;, etc., which now at- ^' 

tends interstate commerce' in foods and dru.ns. sj 

Second, it may be ur^ed in favor of a national law that ^. 

it would tend to ])rotect the iicneral manufacturer who s| 

does liusiness in many States in the ]ire]iarati(Ui and sale s< 

of food ])roducfs of the highest purity and (|ualit.v. As |( 

long as a iture iirodmt — for instance, a ])ur(> .jelly or ])re- 5; 

serve — is forced to encounter the com])etition of an im- al 

pure product labeled in exactlv the same wav and sold at ^ 

a lower price. hards]ii|)s of the severest character are im- ^ 

posed ujjon the manufacturer of the hijiher class goods. » 

A third reason for the enactment of a natioiuil law is S 

to more fully protect the <onsumer in the character of the |( 

foods and drugs which he purchases. In fact, it nmy be g| fi-y\ <; f c,t 

said that the chief ultinmic object of all food and drug leg- | °'^*' ^anlee i)I., 



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islation is the protection of the consumer; the protecti(m of || 
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crc'jisc tlu' ilaiijiiis iilliinliii;; tin- ils<- of |ii(sii\c<l f(MHis. 

I ^ii.all not ai(ciii|)i hen- (II iiiii|)lir,v iiiiv >>{ tin- iii-^ii 
iiHiils fitluT for (»r ii;;aiiisi |iiii<- food ami <lni;i lr;;islatioii. 
I may s;)y, liowt'vri-, dial llic fiicixls of piiic foo<| aiul ilni^ 
U*<;islatioii arc not \\<-<lil(<l to aii.v ]iarliriilai' measure, nor 
nre thfv tIeiiiaiKliii;; tliat tlie etifort cmeiit of tlie aet, slinuhl 
it iMM-oiiiea law. Im' ^iveii toaii.v one itartinilar ile|iai-tiiM-iit. 
All that they ask is that the law shall he l)|-oa<I. fair ami 
»'tTeeti\f. It should faxnf iio iutefest ami spare mo olTemler. 
It should not he a law which will nuike class distinctions 
in any forms of fiM>ds or dru;;s. A law whicji woulil ex- 
I'ImIe lieverayes from its operations would he only a partial 
measure and would he a class distinct iiui. A law which 
would excludi* drills from its |)rovisions would lie a partial 
hiw and would make a class distim-tion. A law which 
would excimie any form of dru;;s while atTectin;i others 
would he open to a similar ohjection. 

Ir is im|iorlant, too, that the law should he of a < harai 
ter to reacii the jjuilty jiarty when it is otVended, and not 
to punish the man who nuiy he innocent. Tor this reasiui 
it should Ik' made of smh a character as to reach the orijiin 
of the ailulteration, mimely, the original manufacturer, 
rather than the dealer, who, without infoiniinu' himself, 
may In- innocent of triitlic in adulterated articles. I'inally, 
it should he a law so framed as to he etfective ami not 
drawn particularly with the ohject of remleriii<.: it in 
ofTcctive. To this end it sho\ild have distinct ]>enalties and 
detinitions ami its execution he contided directly to those 
who will s«v that it is carried into elVect, no matter what 
departnn-nt of the < iovcrument that may lie. It should he a 
law which should command the confidence and respect of 
••Very honest manufacturer ami eveiy honest dealer and 
«*verv hom-st consuniei-. rr<ifessor 11 11. \Vili\. in ISnn- 
fort's. 



Wine Crop of Prance A Decrease for the \'car. 



t>.\SI L-(ii:.M:KAL SKINNKIC. of Marseilles, fur- 
nishes the folldwini.' on the wine croj) nf Trance for 



c 

1!MC.: 

The hureau of indirect taxi-s announces that the I'leuch 
wine crop of I'Ml.'i is tixi-d at 1.4TS,40f>.r):{:{..')7;{ ;;allons, or 

:i rj.-.liMvr ,,f •_'•',.*, .'..", r, i 17 ■■mIIoIix :i«. , ,,iii1i:ii-.-.I ullli ill.- 



cio|. of i;i(U. ami an iiicn-as^- of Js>!;{tMi,.V<l I'lilionK as coni- 
]>}\vi-i\ with the average of the Inxt ten yearn*. Addiii;; lh«' 
crop of lM,<»ll».:iri(l -allons for Al;'eriji, ami :{,431.-_'HJ.r.O<» 
;;allons for « "oi-sica, the total piiMhiction in-acht-*! in I.tUJfi,- 
Tlill.HMl gallons. !»e<'rease>i j.i pr<Mlnrti*in nn* re|Mirte«l 
)iriucipally from the depart mcnis ;:row in;; larce <|uantili<-?« 
of tahle wines, iiotahly the llcranll, wliere there i« u loss 
of <»4,;{'_'r(,."»l(;.Tr( ^^alloiiK as compareal with I'.MII. Aeconl- 
in^ to ali-oholir forte, the wines •'' ''"'" an* limn kiiIi- 
divid^l : 

< i.illons 

Less than 1 1 dt-p-^-en !;i*_'«;,7*_'_',:ur. i;7«; 

Klevell dej;rees 1 I .'i,.>i,S.SO«M ITI 

.More than II de^r*-*-** IH^JHi."., 4 11.774 



Total i,47s.4(M;.n:w.r)7.'i 

The valm- of the crop of l!M»."( is eslahlislieil hy the «i<iv- 
<inment at ^lii!),L'4 1,147. I.i this total tli*- wines of ku|n- 
rior ijuality ; that is to sjiy, wines the price of wliicli to the 
farmer ex<-eeds ^!».t;."i per ■Jt;.4l7ti,'> ;:alhins are i-«impriH4il 
for si.">.L'!c_',4(M».r>(l, corresponding lo a <|iuintiiy of 'i9,tMI4,- 
(i<ii;.L'17 jrallons. and the wines of ordinary <|nalily for 
:?l.">;{,!i.")l,74C..."(», correspond in;; to a i|nanlity of 1,44S,711.- 
><ti7.;{4."> ;;allons. The fore;;oin;; li^nres wl forth l»y the 
<iovernment fully co.dirm the common ohsi-rvalion that 
the farmers, jiarticularly in the south of I'ninee. who yrow 
little else ihaii cheap tahle wines, nin-ly exporl«il, have 
not ricei\(il cost for their crop, while the ;;rowers of the 
famous wines of more than II alcoholic de;:ni-s. and wlio)<«' 
piixluct is favorahly known all over the worltl have, as 
usual, protited handsomely. 



Repsold Brandy Distillery. 



.\ ili-al has Iteen closeil wherehy the .\. Keps^ild <'«>m|Miiiy, 
wiue merchants and hrandy distillei-s of San l-*r:inriMti. 
piircha.M'd from City Trustii- .1. 1'. |»einin;:er IINKl^'O fe«-l 
in South N'allejo as the site for a hrandy distillery lo In- 
erei'ted in the near futnr«-. The site is ailminihly Ioi-iiIihI 
for niilroad and water ti-itisp<irtation, iiml it is unilen«liM>il 
that the com|>an\. which now has a lar^e tvinery niid 
hrandy inakin;; plant at St. Helena, will ship ilx pHNlurl 
III llii> I it \ fill ili^i ill. It i.'ii 




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oCi PACIFIC WINK AND SPIRIT REVIEW. 

THE FASSETT PURE WINE BILL. 

Wl'] .^ive lici-fw iili ihr lull icM nl 111,- |Miic \\ ill,- I'ill ih,- li\,',l ;i>i"l : l'i"\ i,|,-,l, 'i'li;!! if is slalcl ,,ii iIh- hilid tliat 

iiili-,iilii,-.Ml ill!,, Ill,- II. MIS,- \i\ C.ii-K-ssiiiaii l';is- i h,- s:i 1,1 w i iii- is s,. ,-,.i r,',li-,| iH-coi-diiiji- (<> I li,- |.|-,i\ isi,iiis of 

s,-ii oil .),-iiim;ii-\ •_';'.,I, an, I i-i-r, ri-,,1 i,, iIm- ,-,iiiiiiiil- iliis A,l. 

I, ,• nil wavs ami iin-aiis. li is iiiiiiiix-icl II. K. 1 -.Sti-'^. ami ••I'illli. Tli,- ,ii-,liiiar,\ ,-,-llai- iiiaiiij iilarunis iicccssarv io 

is ciiiitlcl "A liill ,1,-rniiiiu iialural, juiu-, aiiilicial ami di,- HKiiiura, liir,- nC sjiarUliiii; w iiifs ami ,liaiii|iaL:ii(-s ami ,if 

rai-lM>iialf<l wim-s; r,ir |ircvciil iii.u adiillciai i,iii. iiiisl>i-:iml s\\t-,-i ami r,irlilii-,l \\iii,-s. 

ill- an.l iinilalioii ,.f wi.irs; for imposing a lax upon aii.l ..sjmI,. Tli,- M.-ii.liim of naiuial N\iii,-s. 

iT-nlalih- 111.- sal.' ..f arliruial « i.ics; lor r.-.uulal ini; nil,-r ..^^ ^ ,. ,,,|^.^| n^^, |,, 11,, win- siil.slam-,-s or in-n'-lirnls are 

siair nam.- an.l loivi^n ira,l.. ili-.r..... ami for ..lli.-r pur- |„.„,,j, ,;„,,, ,„ ,„. ^„,,|,.,| ,., ^,„, ,,,,„,^,| ,,„,,,, „, ,,,-l ifi.-ial 

l"'^*'^" wiiii's, iiaim-lv: <!lm-,is,- (slar.-li sii.uari. aiMilicial .-iiloriiifj 

The full I. 'M is as toll.. ws: mail. -is, mim-ial a,i<ls. sa.-.liarin.-. alum. I.a.rium and 

"He il cna.l.-.l li\ i li.- S.-iiai,- ami II,mis,-ii| K,-|ir.-si-ii(a . , .- ,- . ,,..,;,. ,- .... 

slr.iniinn ,-,mii ji,nimls, ani iscni i,s or pr,-si'i-\al i\ cs ot any 

li\fs ,if 111,- Tniicl Siali-s ,if Ani,-n,a in Cniizn-ss ass,-m- ... ^ >,• i i.i 

,, , ,„, ... .• , ■ 1 I . . I kiml, ami an\ ,>lln-r siilislaii,-,-s iniiirions lo jiulili,- licaltli. 

bled, Tlial lor iIm' piirp,is,- ,i| lliis .\,i lli,- u-ini •iialnral _ ■ ., , 

wiiio- shall 1„- iiml,-rsi,.,:,| lo in,-an il,.' i-n^lml of ih,- al,o- ■•^''-•- '■ Thai lli,- foil, -win- stamlar.ls f,,- naiiinil and 

iHdi.- f,"rm,-niali,M: of ih,- jui,-,- ,,f ili,- .i;rap,-. wiih sii.-li a,l- puiv wim-s -hall Ik- ohs,-rv.-.l : For r.'d ami wliil,- wim-s, th.> 

ililinns as an- m-,-,ssai> in usual ,-,'llai- I r,-ai imail . .■.\lra,l ,-onl,-nl l,i h.- mil less ihan on.-a,i,l li\ ,- l,-iil lis j^rains 

. , ,• I • 1 . • , ,1 iii-r , HI,' hundred .ailii.- .•(•iitiinctcrs fi-.-f fii in siiuar; 111.- ash 

".^i-,-. 1'. Ihai I, a- ih.- piirpos,- -d ihis .\,i win.-s ma, I,' i .,,.,' , . , 

I ,. ... ,. ■■ „ , „.;,,,.^ colli. -11 lo he iiol Css lluiu oue-teiilli <d 111,' fxlra.l ; l.dal 
uii,l,-r ill,' la\vs u.'M'i-niiii: iln- l,u-i ilual nni ol s\\,-,-l wim-s 

, . . ,- I I ,,,..; , ,a,,, i,,M 1,1^ sulphiirons a, 1,1 shall lie Ihc same as IS allow, -,1 lor iminirl.'d 

ami w in,-s 1,1 wlinli pure lam- ,u- heel sn^ar la .-oini ion lias i . 

li(-.-n a,l,l,-,l ini-viiuis lo or ,luriiii: f,-iiii,-nlal ion \\lii,-h (h>es «iih's. 

iiol im-r.-as.- llie v.dume -a- ,|naiililv of lli,- iiiusi ,,i- win,- "S,-,-. S. Thai ev.-rv niaimfaelur.-i- i>( natural or jnire 

more than 1.") p.'r .•.•ntuni ami wlii.h shall itrodii,-,- a win.- win.-s who jiroduees or .iffers for sale as a natural ,ir pure 

iiintainiiiL; not mon- lhan \'2 p.-r .■.-nliini of al.iilml shall wine a win.- whi.di (htes not oiiforni to and is n.it marked 

he held l.> h.' a pure w in.-, pr,ni.lc,l it is slaii-.l ,m th,- lah,l ac-.irdini; lo llio provisious of tliis .\et shall he lial)le fo a 

that 111.' said win,- is i>r,i,lu,-, ,1 a,for,liuu to lli,- pr,ivisi,ins penalty <d' one hundred dollars for Ihe first offense and (wo 

,if this .\(t. hiin.lred and fifty .hdlars for each snc.'eedinii' .>l'fense. 

••S.-c. :!. That for ili,- piirpo,-^,- of iliis .\,| c,-riain mixlinvs ..j^,,,. ,, ry\^.^^ .||| ;|,.| in,.!;,] wim-s shall he |)iii iij, liy the 

and h,'V.-ra-es shall Im- kii,iwii ami ,lesi-nal,',l as 'art iti.ial ,|ia„,ifa.-(ur.'r there.if in original packai;<'S ami niark,-,l and 

wim-s.- namely lai tlios,- manufaci iir,-,l from ,lri,Ml -rapes i„.;|,i,hMl as the Commissioner of the Internal K.-v.-nm-. with 

or raisins: ,hi lli.,s,- ma.iiifa.lnr, .1 fnaii mar.- ,n- iionia.-.': ,,„,,,,,,„.,„..,, „f the S,>,-r.4arv of the Tr.'asurv. shall ].re- 

"■' Il".s.'lli,-r,'snli ,:f ili,-mixl:.i,-sof nalnral wines wilh „.,ii„. ; ..„i,l all sal,-s ma,h- l.v t li,- manufa.lnr.-rs of art ificial 

,1... ,.r.Mlmis m,-nii,ai.,l ami ,l,-.<,rih,-.l iii this se,i,on; ,d . ^^..^^^,^ ^^^^^^ wh.desale deah'rs in artilicial win.'s shall W in 

in ■'.•u.-ral, all I los,- mixlnifsam lie\'ci-a-es mad,- in inii- • • , , t> ^ -i n i • ,•.- • , - , ,, .f 

^ , . .nininal i»ackau('s. Ketail dealers in ardtn-ial wims mtist 

lali.ni or seiiildan.-.- ,d naiiiral wim-s. li i r ' ■ ■ ^ i • ft- * ,. i 

s.-ll onlv fr.im ori-uial iia.ka-es. in .pKintitu-s not e.vceed- 

••S.-.-. 1. That lor Ih.- puip-ose ,,f iliis .\r\ •,arli,.iial.Ml j^^^. j.^.;. „:iii,,ns. ' Kv.-rv jierson who knowinulv s.dls of 

win.'- shall !..■ un.lei sto.-.l to m.-an a win.' in wlii.li th.' .ar- ^^^j.^_^.^ j.^^^. ^,^,^^ ^^^. ,,,., j^.,.j.^ „j. ,,t^-,,j.^ ^^ deliver any artificial 

l,oiii,-a,i,l -as ami .-If.'rv.'s.-.'n.i' ai .' mU ,,htain,-,l as the r.'- ^^.j^^^ j^^ ^^^^. ^^^^^^^^, ^.^^^.^^^ ^j^.^^^ j^^ j^^.^^. .^\.o,„ien barrels, or puts 

suit <d' naiiiral f,-rm,-nlal i.ui in hollies, Smli wim-s shall ,,„( ,„j ^jj^. market any ]»acka!ie of artifieial wine in any 

he.lesi-nai, ,1 ami lalMl,-,l as •('aih.uiat.-.l wine." in h'll.'is of ,||;|,ii,er contrary to law, or wlio fals.dy brands any packa-e 

Ih.' size of iw.-lv.- poini I pi, a i ,ai,s,ai ,-a<h a,i,l ,-v,-ry lah.'l. ^,,.|,, ,,^, |j.,,,^^. f,\,. ,..,,.|| ,,tiv,is,- in the sum ..f not in. a,- than 

•■S,-,-. .".. Thai Ih,- lollowin- .-.-liar I r.-at iii.'nl shall l>e live hundred dollars. 

allow, -,1 in ihe maiiufaiinr,- ami handliii- <if natural ami ..j^^,^. ,,, ,^.^^,^^ ^,^,^,j.^. ,|,a,,,||;|,.| ,,,.,., • ,,f artificial wim-s 

l"ii'' bill's: ^li.|ll III;,,.]-, slamp or brand on the h.'a.l .d' the packii.ue as 

"Fiisi. Til,- i-orr,-,i i,Mi «d' ihe must b,-for,- ,n- ,liiriii.- ih,. ( "oimiiissioner of Internal Ileveiiue, with the apimival 

f,-iiii,-iiiaii,ai by ilii- a,l,lili,in of pun- ,am' or b,-,-i sii-ar in ,,|- |]„. Secretary of the Treasury, shall iirescribe. in letter.s 

a .solui ion. whiih shall imi in, r.-ase the \,.dum,- ,n- ,|iianlily ,|,|| 1,.^^.; t||.|,, ^^y,^ iuelies in lenjith, on (he orij^inal iia.dca.-io 

.if the inusi or win.- nunc lhan l.") per (■.'nliiiii, I'or th.' jnir- ili,> \v<a-.ls 'Art iticial wine.' All artificial wines contained in 

pose .d' c.are.iin- ami ameliorating the,|uality of Ihi wine, hoftles shall he labeled with the name and ad.lress of the 

The use id' jiur,' cam- or b(-,-t sn-ar fur this jiuriDse sliall niakerand, in addithm thereto, on the labcd in letters of Ihe 

be limited to Ihe vinta-e |>erio.l betw.'cn the liist day of size of t w ('Ive-poiiit , a- jdca caps, the words '.\rt ilicial wine.' 

Auiiust and (he first ,lay .d' .lanuary -d' .'acli y.'ar. Th,- ma- ..j^^,^. ,, ,,,,^.^i .-vi'rv manufacturer .d' art ificial wine shall 

I.M-ialsused forsahl ,',.rr.-.li.ni ar.-m.t to b,- any ,.f th.' sub- m,, ^^|,|, n,,. ,.,,|b.,-ior' ,d' iuKriial r.'v.-nu.'iii th,- ,listri.t in 

stances i.rohibited by S.-,-ii, ,11 Cd' Ihi-; .\.-l. ^^I^l^.,, Iij^ maunfa.-l.u-y is |,„ate,l smli n,:ti,-,s as the said 

••S, ,-,ai,l. The us,- ,if sulphiirons acid ,ir siilphit<'s before ,.,,||,.,.|,„- ,||;iv rei|nir,-, shall k,-i'ii su,h iioid<s ami mak,' re- 

iir afti'i- f.'rmentatioii. Iiii-ns showin- Ihe amount of all materials i-ci-eiv,-,l <ai the 

"Third. The use of ilu- usual .•laril'yin- a-,-iils or ma- factory |, remises ami Ih.' ,|uaiitil\- id' linisli,',! mat. -rials 

terials, w liicli an' not ]U'.iliibil,',l by S,-,-l i,ni (I ,d' I liis Act. uy ).i-,idm-ls removed or sent .Kit therefr.im .lurin- the fiscal 

••Fourlh. Theusi-.d'tariari,- or,iiri.-aci,l (,> ...rr.-.i th,- y.-ar, shall |.u( up such si,i;ns and affix such numbers to his 

a,i,litv of the must durin- f.'rim-nial i-m, th<- total fr.'.' tar fa.t.uy. and ,-on,luc( his business under such surveillam-e ,if 

ti'.ii.- aci.l in the result in- winc> imi m .'xccil ,im'-sixili ,d' [Coniiniud on Page sS-) 



PACIFIC \VI\K A\n SIMRIT RHVIKW. 




REMOVAL 
NOTICE 



^T *^ UlSTILUO^ C. 



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^v^M.av- 






During the Year 1905 the Pacific Coast Business of 

CLARKE BROS & CO. 



DISTILLERS & 
BLENDERS OF 
HIGH GRADE 



RYE & BOURBON WHISKIES 

Grew to such an extent as to make larger quarters 
an absolute necessity 

We have therefore removed to the fine, large, 
modern building located at 

115-117 FRONT STREET 



We occupy the entire building where we will be 
pleased to meet our customers and friends 







Wc solicit business from ihc 
wholesale trade only 

CLARKE BROS. & CO. 



A. i. DOWI.hK, M.i: .u:o 




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PACIFIC WINE AND SPIRIT RHVIHW. 



(Coiiliniirii /lom /'nf;r .5'''.) 
(plliccrs ;inil a-niis ;is ilic ( ■iiiiiiiiiss'miicr of I iilcniiil \\r\ 
rmir. wilh llir ;l |.|.lnv;l 1 nf ill.' Sc.lcl :ir_\ 'if I lie 'PlVilsuiV, 
iiiMv liv ii'unl.iliiiii iii|iiiic'. 

"Sec. IL'. 'rii;il siH'ciiil laxcs ;irc iin|Misi'i| ;is Inlliiws: 

".Mjiimr.-icliircrs of ;ni iliii;il \\ incs sh.ill i.;i_\ li\ c Imndiril 
(lcill:irs |iiT :iliiniiii. l'".\iTV |icisnii wlm iii:iiiiil:irl urcs ai'li 
licial w iiirs fill- s:ilc sluill lie (Icniicd ;i iiui iHi lafl iircr "f ari i- 
liiial wines. 

•■Aiiv iKisdii wliii st'lls.yciids, ni- I'miiislies arliCieial wiius 
tm- llif use ami euiisiimiil ion nf otlicrs, e.\eciil III Ills iiwn 
laiiiiiv Ml- liiiiiselinld, williout ((nnjx'nsiition, nr siiall mix 
Willi 111- add 111 siK-li arlilicial wines, an.v snlislanecs lliai 
cansc lliein In limk 111- pass as naliiral wines, siiall lie lield 
to be a Mianul'acliirer nf arl ilirial w iiies wilh in I lie iiieaiiiiii; 
of tliis Act, and sulijeel In llie in-nvisiniis Ihel-euf. 

••W'lii.lesale di-alei-s ill arliliiial w iiies shall pav niie hiiii 
dredaiiil lifiv ilnllais per aniiiiiii. 

•■.\iiv |iersnii w lin sells nr iilVi rs fii|- sale ailitieial w ines in 
ilie m-iiiiiial iiiannfaei iin is' pael<ai;cs shall lie deemed a 
w linli sale dealer ill ari ilicial w ines. 

••li'eiail dealei-s ill ai-litiiial wines shall pay lifly dnllars 
pel- aiiiium. 

••|-^\ei-y ])ei-snn w lin sells arliliiial wines in less ipianlity 
ilian live •ialloiis al mie lime shall lie regarded as a i-elail 
dealer in artificial w ines. 

••Sec. i:!. Tlial e\ery persnn who kimw inuly |inr<-liases 
or i-ei-ei\es fnr sale ally arliliiial wims which has not lieeii 
marked or liranded accnrdiiii; In law shall In- liaMc to a ]mmi- 
ally nf tiflv dnllars fnr eai-li offense. 

••Sec. II. Thai any peisnii eniia.^ed in llie liusincss of 
Imyiiiu and selling w iiie w In i shall aller I he eh a racier of any 
iiaiural wine in his pnssessinn in sm-h a inaiiner as m reii 
del- il ai-lilicial wine, as herein delined, shall iminediaf cly 
iinlify The colleclor nf llie disliiil ill which such wiim is 
siiiialcd nf such fail, in wriliii;,;, and accniii|iany llie noli(-e 
wilh llie propel- ainniiiil nf lax which he shall ]iay as jii-n- 
diK-er, wlmlcsale or relail dealer. 

••Sec. ir>. Thai any persnn w Im shall w illfnlly i-eiiio\-(> or 
deface the marks or lirands mi a package conlaininii arti- 
lii-ial wines shall he u"ill.\' of a misdeineaiior, and shall lie 
ptinisiied liy a tine of nm less than nne hiiiidred dollars imr 
more I hail li\ e hiindrcd dollars. 

••Si'C. Ki. Thai any cnlleclnr, depllly cnlleclnr, III- 1-eV- 
ellUc aiiclll. wlin shall lia\e reasnli In lielicNe llial there lias 

lieeii an evasinii, or aileiiipi io e\aile, any provision of this 
.\(-l shall, in add il ion to the riuht of entry and examination 
now secured hy i:eiiei-al law, lie entitled to demand and rc- 

i-ei\e and, if need lie, sei/.e reasoll.-llile ipianl il ies nf the SUS- 

|)ccted wines for the ]iiirposc of evidence iir analysis, \x.\\- 
illii unto the nw lier iherenf a proper receipt for the same. 

••Sec. IT. Thai Ihe provisions of this Act shall apply In 
all natural, iiuie, arlilicial, and carlioiialed wines when 
they ai e <i 111 -red for i in purl a i ion or im|iniied iiiln the I'll i led 
Stales; and the cnlisiyilee, jnlilier, nr dealer ill such iin- 
]iorleil prod iK-ts shall he lialile to al 1 i he penal t ies and tines 



prn\ ided fur I he ma 11 U tad 11 le a 111 1 sale nf 111 isl I landed w illc! 
nielll inlll'd i 11 I his .\cl . 

•-Sec. Is. Thai if an,\ ma an fad iirer nf arlilicial wine 
any dealer I herein, nr aii\ imiK)rler or exporter thereof 
shall knowiinilv or willliillx oiiiit, ne};lect, or i-efnse to do 
nr cause |o lie ilnni-, any id the tilings rcipiired hy law ii 
ihe carrvinn on nr cniidmi i n^; nf his hiisine.^s, nr shall di 
anylhiiu; hy this Ad |)I-iillil)ileil, if 1 here he lin specilic pell 
ally nr punislmicnt iiniiosed li\ any other section of ihii 
.\d for the iieuled iiiL;. oiiiilliiiu, nr refnsinu in {\i\. nr fo; 

ihe dnillU 111- eaiisilli: In lie ilnlle llie lIlill.Ll reipliled nr pI'O 

hiliileil. III- shall pay a penally it'i li\e hundred dnllars; aii< 
if the |iel-snn sn nl'fejidinu he the ma Iiufacl n rer nf, or i 
wlmhsale dealer in, arlilicial wine, all the arlilicial wiir 
nw lied liy him, nr in which he has an.\ inleiesi as nwiier 
shall he fnrfeileil In Ihe I'liiled Slates. 

••Sec. lit. Thai all lines, peiialiies, and forfeiliircs im 
|ioseil hy I his Ad may he recovered hy any coiirl of emu 
pdeiil iurisdid imi. 

'■Sec. L't). That I he ( 'mnmissimier nf Iniernal Keveiiiu 
wilh the apprnval nf Ihe Scdelaiy nf llie Treasury, ma, 
make all needful rei:ulal inns fm- iln- carrying intn cttVc 
nf this Ad. 

••Sec. I'l. Thai Ihis.Vd shall lake effed nne year a fie 
its passai^e and apprnval hy the I'resideiii .'" 



From Qeo. A. Kessler & Co. 



l-"rnm IJranch (tl'lice (Jen. A. Kessler I.V Cii., Impnltl'l't 
linnins !IT(I-!ITl' .lames I'lnnd ituildiiiL;, San Franciscc 
Pell. 1, P.HKi. 

Dear Sirs: ^^'e desire In iiifmin ymi that .Messrs. Will 
iaiii ^^■olf iV; Co. Iiaviiui rel impiished our a,i;i'ii(-y for th 
Pacitie ("oast, •laniiarv ;!1, PKKi, we are iileascd to advis 
von that we have opened oHii-es in the .Tames Flood htiiic 
iiit; tor the transact ion of all hnsiness })ertaininji' to the sal 
of the celelirated brands of .Moet iS: Cliandon "'White Seal 
and '•P.riil liii]iei-iar" cliain]ia;i:nes. 

Thaiikini; you for the inleresi v nu have slinwn in fli 
abnve named wines in the pasi, we res|iect fully ask fnr 
cniitinuaiK-e nf ymii- valued favm-s. 

N'ery truly ymirs, 

<ii:n. \. Ki-:ssr.i;i! ^K; Co. 



IPIPOBT^T TO DISTILLEBS HP WIHE PEESS 




The accompanying cut iHuMlrate 
our O R I G I N A I, CONTINUOOi 
STII,I,, which we have improve* 
each season until it has reached it 
present perfection. 

This STILL, which has alway 
received our special attention am 
study, has been of material a.ssist 
ance in securing forCalifornia swec 
wines and brandies the high rank ii 
the world which they hold today. 

We manufacture not only high 
class STILLS, but also Copper an' 
Brass Work of all descriptions fo 
wineries, distilleries, breweries, etc. 

Our Pasteurizers and Wine Filter 
enjoy the same high standard c 
popularity as our STJLLS. 

Refkrenxes :— All successful swet 
wine and brandy producers of Cal 
fornia. 



All KINDS Of COPPER WORK DONE AT SHORT NOTICE. 



r^ liBL Schalilz & Morris 



Copper and 
Brass Work 

SUCCESfons TO SANDERS COPPER WORKS 

309-311 HOWARD STRELT, SAN FRANflSa 

Southi'in California Rrancli : 



Pat'd Sept. 29, 1S91 Pacific Copper Works, Inc., Los Angeles, Calif. 



PACIFIC WIXl-; A XI) SPIRIT R !• \ ". 



5'.» 



fgiWftyi?y4f *- p- ry. v ^yyyTi g y yyiyyp-g'^:''^^-;';'!^yv'yy 



MANUFACTURE OF DRY WINES IN HOT COUNTRIES 



By FREDERICK 



T BIOLETTI UNIVERSITY or l-Aluobm* 



>iilfiir. 'I'Ih- fiinns i>( Itiiniin*: sulfur li;(\f Imi^ iMt-n 
us4<| ill lilt- iiiiiniifiK'tiirc of wliiir wim- in nil w iiii-niiikiii^ 
t-niintrifs. Tlir liiitsl w hiic wines of tin- Kliiiir :iii<l ( iimnili- 
JUT sulfiirrd in iliis \sav vt-rv iu-iivilv. Sonic of the lincst 
of tli<- foniiiT <-oiit:iin :is niiicli iis .:iO jm-i- mil. (o .2*! |mt mil. 
of siilfuroiis ill-ill. Saiiti-riics iiiiil (ii-iivis of lli«- (lii-omic 
(oiitiiiii siniiliir iimoiints. As (liis is m:iiiv liim-s as ;;ri*at 
as is lu-^'ilfil fop ronlrolliii;; tin- h-mprniiiiii'. ami as prac- 
tirallv all that is iiscij ili.sji|ipi-ais from tin- wine ilniiii;; 
fi'i-mciitatioii, tin- inu'stion of the Ir^alitv or wliolf.sonir- 
licss of till' priirtiri- ilofs not roiiK- into (onsiili'ration in tin- 
liiakiii<; of oniinai-v w inc. W'liilc the nsc of snifiii'oiis arid 
has other ailvaiita;;es, cspi ciall.v in the niakin^r of the wines 
inentiuiicil. in ordinan eases one of the ehief liciielits is 
the miNleration of (he i-ate of fermentation and the eonse- 
ipient lower temperaluie. I'm- this piir]iose it is iis«'d exten- 
sively in southern I'rame and to a less extent in Alp-ria. 
To ^ive an idea of the modiiation of temperature reali/alde 
in the fermentation of red w ine. the followinji example may 
be ;iiven.' Two tests were made with two closed vats of 
•t.T.'iO ^'allons each. One \at of each ]iair was siilfiircd and 
iMitii tilled at the siiinc time witli criislied < 'ari^naiie i:rapes. 
Ill N'os. 1 and -i. -.'_' pounds of sulfur was l»iiriied hefore 
tiilin-:. When the iciii|>cratiire of these vats reached SO 
I'. Ill)- fumes from I.l pounds of sulfur were piiniped into 
the must. Twenty-four hours later this treatment wa-! re- 
|Miiled. Owiii;: to the nietlioil of introducing the siilfiir 
fiiiiies there is no Wily of deiermiiiini: how much the must 
ah-sorltid. hut proltiilily not more tliiiii 10', or Jtc; of the 
iimoiint proiliiceii. ("asks Nos. J and t were tre:ited in 
every wiiy the siiiiie iis Nos. 1 and 'A. cvcept that im sulfur 
was iiS4><l. The follow ill" talde shows the results: 



» ai .No. I . .iniiiri-<l_ . 
Vat No. -J, iKi milfur... 

Vat No. 3. aulluri-d 

Vat No. 4. no aiiKur.. 



Mfttlmum 
I t'lnprrelure 



102 
lOI 



H .liiy- 

!> JavD 
V tlay» 
lU ilajR 



Alcohol Id 
\VID« at 

f MoDlbl 



1.1 S 
\H 

i:i '.I 



III Spite of till- retiirdin;; ctTccl of the siilfiiroiis acid liie 
fernieiiiiiiion in the sii I fined vats tinisln-il lirst. Thoii^lh 
the fertiieiitiiliiMi ill the iiiisiilfiireii Viitg Wiis most nipid al 

first, the ;:reilt heiit deM-lopeil stopped tile ilclio|| of the 

.v«*jist iM-foreiill till- sii;;iir iiad disappeari-d. S4> that Ihi' Inst 
'2' I of sll;iar reijllired severjll Wt-eks to ferment out. 

The iilcohol ill tlie siilfiired wines was alHtiit a Inilf |ht 
• eiii higher tliaii in the others, a dilTereiicedue in <;n>at part 
proliiilijx to joss from eMiporation while piimpiii'^ o\er the 
hitter at a lii;;li lempenitiire. 

The amount of siilfiiroiis arid iieiileil to delay ferineiita 
tion i.H indicatet] hy some test.n made hy !{<»»•<.'. Must iiiii 
taihin;; .(i.'i per mil. of siilfiiroiis a<-id fermented thni- 
fourths as fast as w ilhoiit iiny, and must i oiiiiiiiiiii^: .1 |nt 
mil. fermented less thiin oiieliaifas fast. TIm-s*- li;:ur«>s ran 
!»«• ii.s<",| only as indications of where to conimeiice trials in 
pnictice. for ilie iimoiint n<'<<»ssjiry w ill di-|H'nd on a variety 



•■:... I Ml II I.. I, ^ u III. 1 1 .hi I, I !,,| ,,■^.■|•_^ . . ll.ir, vi/.., i ujiipu.Mtion 
of must, temperature <.f ;:rii|M>s and cellar, aniuniit of aera- 
tion, kind and i|iiiiiiiity of yeasi pri'senl, and six<- of fer 
meiitin;; viits. The amoiini m-i-j-ssjiry de|N'iidK csiN-ciallv 
on the iiniount :iiid kind of yeiist pres«>iit. If (he siilfiiroiis 
acid is added hefoie fermentation starts, a small amoiiiit 
deliiys fermentalioii consideraMy. In this coiiiie4-tioii 
Uoos' ;;ives the followiii;; tiKiires as a Kuiile to the us.» 
of siilfiiroiis iicid ill cleariii;^ white must iH-fon- femienla- 
tion : 




R. ho«« for antranee of wiaa : 1. carer of maaboia lo vhlcb la aitaabrd bj aorta 
a kmall plrci of wood, P, on whjcb lb« cotarlDC wIdo ilrtkca aad la brakaa 
up lnu> a uprajr 

Todelmj 10-12 hourn 

To.lctnv 1*-'J4 tioura 

To liela'y 48-60 liuara 

To (Iflav 5-«> dny»_ 

These results indicate tliiit fn-slily expn-s.siil must, to 
which liiis hceii iidded the amounts of siilfiiroiis acid men- 
tioned, will not show perceptible fermentation until after 
the times nieiitioneil. If tlies«> amounts of the arid nerv 
iiddeil to niiist in full fermentation they would not stop tbo 
acti«ui of the ye.ist. hut would simply diminish iiw in- .^ 





ill the eX|M*rimenlM meniioneil on |Mii:e la. Tberefon-. the 
larger the amount of yetisi pi< ~ ' uon* sulfuroiiit arid 

is iie< d<il to delay or <h»vk f« i The kind of yt-ant 

also inlliiences ihe n-siili. S" ni-li more (•rii 

sitive (o the action of ihe ii' I'arl of the 

;;imh| elTeel of a pn-limiiiart -iiifiinn;: •>( tiic muni is thai 
the true wine xeiini is more resistant lo NiilfurouM arid than 
most of (he oil . and niii"' ui\ 

»ti' thi'n>for« I pur«r ui 

Yeasts may e»i u !«. >• In ii^l wuli a s|N-«*iHl n>i>t!Ui; i-'HiT, 
as in the pr«M-«'Ks destrilnil. 



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PACIFIC WINE AND SPIRIT REVIEW. 



'I'lir |i(issiliilil i( s 111' ((inliiii; liv llir Use of sill Inidlls aciil 
iii-c (if rniii-sc liniilcil liv llii- iiiiioiiiil iil' pnssiltic loss of Ileal 
\>\ raiiialiiMi. In wanii cellars, m- in vei-v lutl wenllier, llie 
li'iii|M'ialiii-e will run ii]i Iimi Iiii;|i in sjiile nl' siiU'iirinu. 'I'lie 
same is I nie (if fennenlal inns in larLic \ats. Tlie incl IhmI is. 
liiel-crdre. lif lilliiled Use. and wllili- Vers rllVcliM' in sniiill 
rellai s and cniij el i males is nsiiall v insnilieiciii under i>l he i- 
eoiidil inns. 

In llie scMiih (iC I'lanee ilu- while nmsis air alwavs treal- 
ed w il h llie riiincs (if linriiinn snifnr. Tlie old mi'ijiud was 
lo liin'ii a eeriain i|naiiiil.\ nf snlfiir in each cask liel'mc 
iiilrtMliiciiin (he iiiiisi. N'uw ilic mnsi is iisnailv passid 
llii-<nii;li a "snlfnri/er" and llieii ])iiiiiiied inln Hie casks. 
In holli inellKuls ihei'e is ureal iiiicerlaini y as In Imw miicli 
sulfur funii's arc ahsorlied. lu the Hrst method only a ]>nr 
linn (if llie fumes are laken up liy the niiisl. the remainder 
lieinu exiielleij willi (lie air as ii is forced (Mil (if tile cask 
liy liic iiiiisi. The (iilliciiliy is nol so yrcai, iiowc\cr. in 
praci ice as ii seems (/ ininri. 

If a small (|uanlily of sulfur is Imriied, iiearix' all the 
fiinies are alis(irhe(l. w hilc if a lari;c i|iiaiil ily is liiirncd, llie 
iii-eater jiarl i scapes. I'raci ical lest,-;, under ordinarx cellar 
conditions, show thai if all i he sulfur possihle is Inirned in 
a small cask, the miisi when inirodiiced in the ordinary 
wa.\' through a hose will alisorli alioiil .1 per mil. of sulfur- 
oiis acid. If oul\' one-seventh of tliis ]iossil>le anioiinl is used 
the nnist will ahsorh .O.") jier mil., or half as much. Thai 
is, if We liiirn I'.T ounces of sulfur in a liMI-uallon cask il 
will have only twice llie eri'ecl of linriiiiiL; A ounce. The 
amiuiiil necessary for defccai iiii: the miisi nr for moder- 
alinu the heat of felliielllal ion lies lielwcell these two e.\- 
ireiiies 111' .1 ]>cr mil. and .ll."i per mil., so ihal when the 
fcriiieiiiai ions lake place in small casks llie i-oiiiili i^ness of 
the cellarnian as lo the i|uanti(y of sulfur to Iniru is usually 
near eiiouiili for jn'aclical ])urposes. \\ iili larue casks this 
is not always ij-iie, as the sulfur fumes are ahsoihcd more 
completely. The alisorption, howcxcr, is not coinjilele 
eiKaiiili, even in lliis case, lo make the amoiiiil of siilfni- 
liunied a sullicieiil measure of 1 he amoiinl of siilfi irons acid 
inl mdiiced inio i he iniisl. 

.Many iii;:ciiioiis devices e.\isl for causiiiu' llie mnsI to 
aiisoili all the sulfur liimes produced and so lo make il pos- 
sible lo inirodiice an exacl amount. These devices arc of 
iwd types: In mie, the must jiasses throuiili an apjiaratus 
placed in ihe liiiiii:liolc of the cask, so const rucled that all 
the fumes ((iiiiiii!.; oiil of the cask pass ihroiiiih Ihe iiiconi- 
iii!.; IIIIISI and are therefore alisorlied. In ihe other, Ihe 
cask is tilled lirsl and llie sulfur fumes are llieii forced inIo 
the cask hy means <>( a pump. .MosI of Hie devices of the 
liisi lyjie are ciimliersome, Iroiililcsome lo put in place, and 

are lit I le used. ( )||e iif t lie sim|ilest is the Uri.ic-jil of Ifoos, 

show II ill fills, ."i and II. \\\ means of ihis simple device 
the incoming stream of iiiiisl is ilioroii^hlv hrokeii !i|i iiilo 
a s|iray, and lesis show ihai only from \' , to 7t' . of the 
sulfur fumes escape. This is (plile close eliolllih for prac- 
tice. Il can not, of course, he used except W llel'e lllere is 
a nianlnde on the toji of ihe cask, for casks with only a 
liiin^nliole on lop a hnit; luhe |iierced with small holes ma.\" 
he adapted to ihe end of the hose, lull the alisorption is 
then not (piite so complele. 

The second type of siilfui-izer is exemplilied liy I'iu. 7. 
The correct amount of sulfur is wei;iihed and ])lace(l in an 
iron ]ian beneath a cask from which one head has been re- 
imn'ed. The suction hose of a luiiiip is then attached to the 



hiinuhole of ihe iiiNciled cask, and as llie fumes are fiiven 
off llie\ are drixcn b.\ the |iiimp iiiio ihe iiiiisl, preferably 
ihiiaiiih a hose inserled IhroiiLih llie upper bun>;hole. This 
method is ver\- erieei i\ c lor inl rodiicini.; lar.n'e (plant it ies of 
siilfni-ous acid, bill is Iil 1 le used. The hoi sulfur fumes arc 
a pi loin.jure the hose and pump and i be m el hod is trouble- 
some lo use ill lari:e cellars. 

The siilfiiri/.ers used in nuisl of ihe cellars which make 
lar.ue (|nanlilies of white wine are similar in iiriuciple lo 
Ihe one shown in I'T^. S. An exaniinalion of the lijiui-e fS) 
will make clear the iirinciiile of the machine. The must 
enters by llie hose shown at the iijiper riuhlhaiid corner of 
Ihe limine. Hows from shelf to shelf Ihrou.uh the snlfnrin^ 
chamber into a reser\(iir below. The sulfur fumes jicii- 
era led in I he slove shown at the lower ri Lib I hand corner of 
1 he lii;iire eiilcr I he sul f iiriii.ii chamber near ihe boi lom ami 
lake a y.i.nza.u' course lo llie lop, where llie ciirreiii of air 
which carries them escapes ihroiiuh ;i narrow chimney. 
This arraiijiicnienf insures a lli(iidii;:li coiilacl beiwcen tin 
miisi and the sulfur fiuiies. 




Fi3. T.— Method of sulfuriDg must with a pump. 

M, small cask with one head removed, serving as a chamber In which to burn the 
sulfur : y' /, openings for L-ntranee of air; a,-r,ho^c through which the sulfur 
fumes are forced into the cask of wine by means of tlie purap, V. 

The sulfiiidus acid is so conqilelel.N absorbed in this ni.a- 
chine 1 lial I here is no odor of bnrnin.n snlfui' at (ho opeiiinfi 
|()| where I he air escapes. The (|uantily of acid absorbed 
by the miisi depends on the amoiinl of sulfur burned and 
the rale at which the iiiiist passes ihrouiih the a]i]iaratus. 
II is possible ihiis lo a|i|ii oximale a cerlain dose in siilfnr- 
iiii: llie IIIIISI. bill liardl\- more closely llian by llie old 
iiieihod of biirninii llie sulfur in the casks. The chief merits 
of I he machine are savinii' of labor and of the iiiconveuienoc 
and (Iil1icnll.\' of burning sulfur in llie casks, es])ecially 
when iliey are lari;c. At the cellar of N'illeroy. near Cetto, 
where 1,1100,000 .liallons of white wine are made annually, 
all ihe must is snlfured liy two luacliini's constructcxl on 
I his princiiile. 

.\iiy of these methods can be effectivel.v used in the manu- 
faclnic of A\hite wine where Ihe dosing of Ihe sulfnrous 
acid has not to be done w illi a i^reat deal of e.xactness. Foi 
!■( (I wine llie.\' are very imperfect, both because of th<. 
urealer diniciilly of introducinji the fumes into the crushed 
i: rapes, and of the iireater need for precision iu the doses. 

Siil/ilcx. — Sulfnroiis acid has a stroii.<;- bleaching actioi 
en man.v substances, and if used in red ^^•ine tends to de 
colorize it. This decoloriziuj; may be very considerable i: 
larjze (luanlilies are used, as is show n by a test made by A 



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|{<>iit]'aril.* \':ii-ii>iis aiiioiiiiis of ilir arid were aiMiMl m 
a wif", ami tin* loss iiniiiiil as follnws: 

Sulfuruu* Acid per mill L,ouo(Co:or 1»» >i Odo MoDtb 

.025 7\ _ <-. 

.050 \2\ -.. "H 

.076 25s _ :i>\ 

.1110 :«5\ 3«K 

'I'lif s«'(-oihI (■nhitiiii sluiws tlii' aiiioiiiit of color lost iiiiiiii*- 
diali-lv aflt'i- siilfiiriiij: wIhii cniiiitai'iHl with tln' niisulfund 
wiiif. .V iiioiiili lad r iln- ilillin-iiri' was niiirli less, ('spi'- 
ciallv for liu- siiwill dust-s. Tin- loss is in aiiv caM-. liow- 
••vtT. iiiikIi less I hail a|i|M-ai-s al tirsi. Tlu' cuUtr is nut all 
ilisirnvcd ami rra|>|»rais tu a ;;i«'ai cMi-iil as tin- snlfiii*oiis 
iiriil (lisjijiiH-ais fmni ilic wim* ritln-r li.v rs«a|iiii;i into the 
aiii' tliiriii;; ratkiiiv; or l),\ Ih roniiii;; o\ii|i/,)t| to siiiriirir aciil, 
or l>,\ foriiiin^ various <'h<Miii('al roinliiiialions with siili 
hlaiitis ill the will!'. .Moirovci', tin' color whirh is hft is 
iiiori- brilliant and more slalilc than that in an nnsnlfnrrd 
wim*. As tlnTo (•••rtainly is sonic los.s, however, especially 
with lar;ii» do.ses. it is ncci-s-sarv to use no more than is 
nlisolniely imi's.sjirv to conlnd the tem|ieratiire. I'or this 
reason |iotassinin meta-ldsnltite is nearly always used in 
|>rffer<ine to linrnin;; sulfur when trealiiif: ;;ra|ies and 
must for n-d wine. 

The liisiiltite is very casiix solnliic. and may !•<• dissolved 
in a little water which is added to the grapes gradually as 
they are crushed, care lieiiiji taken to dislrilnite it well in 
till parts of the vat. To -xive a dose of .ll."> jier mil. of sulfur- 
oils acid it would he necessiiry to add one-tifth of a |»oiiiid 
of siiltiic to every Ion of ^nipes. This would cost alMiiil d 
or 7 ciMils. The sulfur m-ies.sary for the same dose would 
rost lint a small fiaciion of a cent. Init would hi' in -e 
troiihles«>iiie and tlicrefure costly to use. Iiesides lieiii;; less 
reliahle. 

IttSTI'ONK.MK.Xr OK ITUM KNT.VTIoN INTII, WI.NTKIt. 

Hm. of the ;;reat advanta;:es that the vineyards of the 
lii-:h Little Atlas moiintains ami the elevated plateaus of 
Alj;eria have is that the weather is cool diirini; the fer- 
iiieiitin;; s«'a.son. This is due partly to ihc elevation and 
partly to the late ri|Hnin^' of the i:ra|M'S. If it were jms- 
Kihle in the wanner parts to |nevent fermeiilation of the 
grapes until c<m»| leather, ii wmild Im- comparatively easy 
to prevent hot feinieiitations. This can. in fact, he done 
h\ tifatin;: the ci iishcd };raj>es with a snrtlcieiit <|iiantit\ 
of siillite. Theamoiini iieces.sjiry depends on the condition 
and compnsiiion of the ;;rapes. the temperature of the c«>l- 
lar. and the amount of yeast present, t'leaii, acid ;:rapes 
••an Im' crushed and ki-pt in a "-ool cellar for inonths hy 
iiddiii}; .."> mil. of snlfni-oiis acid or two |Miniids of snlllle to 
every ton. tirap«'s with little acid or which have commenced 
U> ferment, or which are kept in a warm place, woiilil re- 
quire more. The smalli-r anioiinl. however, is siinicieiit to 
iiijiiii' the color of red ;rrapes considerahly. While llie 
nii-tliiMl mi<;lit In- nse«l for white ;'ra|M's or iimihI, ii is not 
practicahle for red j;iapes with the presi-ui arraiijieinent 
of cellars, as it would ii<'<<-s''ti:iii- a lartre increase of \atH 

• llnr ciMiper;i;;e 

tKUMKMAll" ■"•1. tjlHAl.irV. 

I.jirye i|iiaiitities of ;;rji|H's. criislml «ra|M>* and must, are 
lraiis|Hirt4il from the south of Kiiropc to the north for « ine- 
niakiiii: piirpos4-s. This is not done, however, primarily for 
Ininsfi-rriii;: them ton climate nion- favonilde to feniieiita- 
tion. tinijMs are sent from Italy and rniini* into tJerniany 
for the piir|M>se of supplement in*.; the watery. ;" ■•' >"•' 
luidly ri|M'net| •:rapes of the latii>r country, and 
the raw material ttf the iniiumert'-'- • ■■•' ^ ' 



al llamlMir^ ami elsi-w lieii*. Some of llies4- {fraiH'K arc 
lraiis|ioried in liaskets. Iiarrels, or vats as they are tjatli- 
« iH'd. hill the f:reaier j»ari are rruslied lH>fore sending:. When 
the di.stance is short no |>recautioUK are taken In prevent 
fei nieiilatioii, hut where the distance is over Iwu or three 
days the criishiil jjrapes ami must are usually pre»«4'rMil 
with siilfiirous acid. The amoitiii ii.sed is alNuil .1 |M-r mil., 
or alsiiit I > J |H>iinds of sultiie to the ton. Tliis i4 MufHeient 
to paraly/.eall the yeast present ami to prevent any i|an{;er 
of fermentation on the journey, i'resh must from hoiiihI 
;irapes tn-ated with this amount will usually kei-p for ^.v- 
eral nionlhs. 

There is no iloiilit that if the ^rilpes <if the Siui •l«*a<|uiii 
N'alley couhl Ih- transporte<l to the Ittiy Ke^iion cheaply 
enough, there would In- little more diniciiliy in fermenliut; 
llieiii than the ;;raper* of the coast valleys. This is pr«iv«l 
liy the wines made at the California Kxp;-rimenl Station 
cellar from ;:rapes sliip|M'd from Tiilan*. It is simply a 
ipiestion of ci')st and shippin;: faiilitics. The exini fn-i;:ht 
chai'^cs would Ih- consiilcralde. as the wei;:lil of the pni|N-s 



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l>. ilimm I X\ II 1 llirov i;i-i-.iiii i ii;iii I 11.11 III I 111- » nil- ■ II- . 1 1 I.I..- 

There wiUihl. iMsides, Im- the t-ost of Im»x«>j» or other ri'»'C«|>- 
tacles. Ill parts of Italy ami AL ' ■ , an- 

tr:ins|M(rted in sp«'«ially const run- ui_\ 

trucks. Sllllites cttllld \h- II- 
account of the lar;:e anioiini 

would have to Im' suftlci< no 

not In- more than two •! ' on 

the truck to ilir time tin \ »• r-- pia.<.l in iin- ii riti.-niini:- 
vats. 

In old 
were fill 

fore sliippiii;: N' 
ever, nwr the IIH I 

ou^lhly t.si.il in • 11 >•• !l.^ 

The melhiMl is fa "' •«»«"'•« 

wiiHtt. lull ihewT.. 1 m hot conn 

lrii-> I'or ilry \\ |hi» and mui«l 

Uu, ill lie. if ui all. Uiur than ciriixl itrnpi-* 

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OFFICES 

MONTGOMERY BLOCK, 628 MONTGOMERY ST. 

SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. 



R. M. WOOD, Editor. 



NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS ISSUE 

I'uliforiiia Winery : '+ I'ape 

F. I'avagiiaro Co )-i page 

San Francisco Sulphur Co 3^ page 

RE-CONSTRUCTED 

Italian. Swiss Colony Enlarged 

I'.arton Vineyard Co., Ltd 

Wunder Brewing Co 

Sclioentlialer Co 

Hunter Rye 

James Raggi Enlarged 

Sunny I'.rook 

Rainier Boer 

Illinois racific Glass Co 

Rupconi, Fisher & Co Enlarged 



(if ilr.>< wiiii' liill. I l(i\\c\ IT. ihr riniJirUiililc \nic in f;i\nr 

III' tip' "1 Icplnini I'ln-r I'nnil r.ill" ill Ihr Si'imlc wuiilil 
li:il lll:lll\ liMil III llic ((illrllisinli tllill I lie SiMll illlCIlt ill ( 'nil- 
i:liss .iriif ;lll llirsr yciirs. is in l';l\iii- nf ililvillicillti' .'lldllj; 
I he lini's iniliijilcil liy tlicsc two inciisiircs. 

It yiics w iliiiinl s:iyiii<;' Unit llic |);iss;ij:;c nf lliis |iiii'c wine 
law wiiiild III' ;i iiiiuli'.v linini m liir wiiii' iiiilnslr_\ nf Ciili- 
foniia. as il aims nl all I In- I'aNi- jirail ins ami ilcri'ils wliicli 
have, (luriii.u llir lilr i f lln- iiiiliislry. woikiil In its i^rral 
ilcliimciil. Ill llic cM-nl nf llic ailu|iiiiin ami ciifovcciiiciil 
(if llic "{■'asscli I'.ill," ]iin-c wine will lie snld as siirli. and 
bofjus wine, as Immis, wliicli is i-iu^lil ; and fmi Ik riiKire, tlic 
lOasleni hotel man, resiani-alcnr and salddiekfcjier will 
iiul dare Id lake ihc liesi df ( 'alit'ornia's lincst ]ir(i(lii(ls and 
lalii'l and sell theiii as hi}j;li-class iiii|idrtcd w ines. In dtlicr 
Wdrds, llie iiOdd wines of the State linder this law wniild, 
in fiiliirc, no iiitd cdiisiimiil idn as ( 'aliloniia wines, and 
the Slate would ,l;cI the henclii of Ihc ackiidw Icdiicd hiuh 
qiialitv of these prii Iticls. 

'riicn f(ir.', we. with tie homst wine men, may pray that 
this measure may iiccdmc a law, and sn strong a law that 
its ]ir(i\isidiis can he fully cairied (int. 



Something Wrong Here. 

Ox I'eliniary l24tli the Press Clnli (if San Francisco ten- 
dend il dinner to Hon. Tircv L. Ford in the jinks 



The Review Delayed. 



i-ddin. The fiillowin^- nieiiu will he l>etter understood, when 
it is stated that .Mr. Ford is the attorney for the Tfnited 
Railroads of this city, and editor of the iini(|ne publication 
known as the Tnnixit. The card follows : 
.Menu — Oysters, lobby; cavier, Wala Ka llo; consomme, 

TWV. IxiviKw is several days late this mouth owiu"- to ('oiiimdu Peoide; fillet of sole a la l?(iard (if Snfiervisors; 

the fict that the issue was delayed in order that the taiilierici, Ki-ht of Way; tillet de boeiif, Iloastcd News- 

,. ,, „ .. , , ..o . w- i>ii •• ; , . 1 1 1 , paiier stvle; salad, Green (Joods; siiiiab, chicken, T'nited 

lull text of the ameiidi d "^wccl WuieHill, i nl foi Inccd li\ i i . » j > i ? > 

. ■ Railroads Pomme Latior; sherbet frajijie a la Ford; cafe, 

.Mr. Nci'dli.-nn in ( "oicjin ss. mn^lit be idaccd licloi-c t he w me ,, /n i • • i.j. i- r, iw ^t^, •. t-, , . 

' Press Club; cigars, cifiarettes, liqueur '. 1). ; A\ lute Rock; 

m, n of Ihc Slate ]ii-a. I ica I ly one month in advance of the |^;„ibt'iiheimer ; "SO" (Miipiot Brut. 

time it wd.ild (itherwise have reached them. I!y reasou of The writer, who is a member of the Club, knows that 
the imimrtance of this measure, the IMitor feels justified everything that was served was as it should be; but it is 
in niakinu t'c delay. .\ full cojiy id' ihc ]irnposed law will impossible to jiass over the fact, in the matter of liquid re- 
lic found clscwhciv in tli.sc columns. frcsliments that our friends oveHooked native production 

in the matter of wims. The liquid selections as shown in 

the menu could not have been better; Init somebody should 

The Pure Wine Bill. have thdught td place at h-asi s.ime one of the many g I, 

honest, w holcsdiiie California wines upon the card. The 

IN this iiii:i:lii 1- (if the i;i,\ii:\v we give a full le.xl of the wine wdiild mil diily have lii'cn aiipreciatcil by those who 

yo-c;'ll((l 'Fassctt I'nre Wine I'.ill,"' the main features jiart iciiiated. Inn the courtesy would have been rememliered 

of whM-h w(i-e criginatcl and rccommemled as a i-csuU of ''^ '''"' ^^■''"' ""'" "f ""' '"''""''■ '•'"l-lher comment is un- 

, 1 . I- . 1 / . I-,- ■ 1 '" ccssar\ . 

confi lenci s between j-.asiciii ••ind ( aliloiiiia wine-makers. 

Tiie bill will, therid'ore, have I he heart \ support of both sec- i.- i • ^e ^i li i- o • /< i -ii n. 

'' \\ e ha\(' lei-cived from the Italian-SAviss (olony, with the 

tions, as well as of lln.sc nalional law-makers wIki ,,,nipliments of President Rossi, a cohu'cd jdiotograidiic 

believe in the pi-dindtion of pni-ity (if pi-diluctions wIiciIki- repi odud 'dii of the famous .\sti Vineyard in Sonoma 

it be wine or fddd. ( »ii tin face nf it, it winild seem that Cdiiiily. This scene is a magniticeiil diic, co\cring not 

th:'re should be no doiibi cf the ultimate adoption of this "'''.\' "■"• ""'■'• '"'''^ "f vi"c.vard lu-oiierty, with the build- 

1 , ■, ,1 1 r .1 . .1 1 ■ .■ in^s, etc., but the surrdundiii";' conntrv. The picture is 

nuasiu'e; but it must he remembered that the so]iliisi ic;i- ^ " . ^- i ^^ «- 

, . , . , . , . . , , • , ■ liandsoiiicly framed in ebonv, w ill iirove one of the 

tors and lakiis lia\c certain kinds id inlluencc which is , . -i i i i^- ^ r' /, i-r • • -i -n 

licst jiossilile ad\'ertiseineiits for ( aliforuia wiues, and will 

hard to offset ; and t':erc is im donl.i that they will be very „.,, ., ,„„„. „..,^,- ,,„v;,rd convincing the ".Missourian" in the 

busy imtting stumliliiig blocks in lie way of the iirouress lOast that Cilifoiiiia wines are really made from grapes. 



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The Sweetest Storv Kver lold. 



Mis. I'hiiM l!i III- itiowii, oiir i>( till- niosi iI>m|UiiiI jiikI 
tail'Mitt'<l (if tlif "wnini'ii iiliilforin" iinit'Ms iif tlw riniiilrv, 
afi'T iiaviii},' I <'«'n pli.vsicall.v iiir!i|iii<'i(iiiri| fm* two yt'jus, 
owiiijj to an airiili-iit, will ili-liv<'r a IfcniiT at Lyiir Mall, 
this tity, sniMi' linn* ll.c lalli-r |iait of Manii. .Mrs. Hrowii 
(li'livi-nil si'Vfral ItMiiiiis Immc a U-\\ vcai-s a^n. wiiicii 
«'*■'•■ not itiiiy lat'^rdy att4-ihl<-«l, Inil lii;;lil,v aiiiiritiati-ii. 

Sill' ciiiiirs most lii^lilv irroiniiifiiilril, one iif Ikt ]iriii 
cipal rrt'ilriilitils lifiiiiir ffoiii tlu- )h'ii of tin* late lanifiiti-<l 
Pi-i-'-iiliMii .MrKiiili-.\ . Ill this jcili-r nf iiitroiliirtioii, Mr. 
M< KiiiN'.v spraks ai ji-iiuili nf ilu' |>o«<'r nf thi- ;;ooil woiiicii 
of fill' cituiitrv. i»arf itiilarly tliosc haviii;: tlic taliMit ami 
niairiK'tif powi r tn rMiitiol ainlii'iiti-s. sinli as an- jms 
wss. il liy .Mrs. Itiow n. 

.Mr. .McKiiilrv imt only i'iu|i>rs«(| tin- laily's lirliiiis ami 
work, lint stati-ij that she iiail an nmlonlitnl intlm-mr fm- 
{jimkI ]l\ reason of tier valnalilc si-rvict-s this liitiin- 
Khoiilil III- lar;;)-ly attfiiiliil. to the i-ml that tin- final rt- 
turns may In- sm-li as to i-nahlc the iaily to <;o lOast ami 
dilivt-r a scriis of li-rtiircs for wliiih slu' was nmli-r run 
tnnt at tlu- tiim' of hn- aiciili-nt. From San I'nimis<o. 
Mis. Ilrown will |>io»f(il Kast, ami ili-livi-r Iwr It'ctnrcs 
tlii-<iii;:hoiii till- riiiiiitry. ami will llini ^n In llmrlaiiij tn 
fullill i'iii;a;:omi'nIs. 

ill iiir Ifitiiff, wliirli will lie illiislrati-il in a novol way. 
hrr ilaii;rli(i'r. a rli'\<r yoiiiii; actifss well known to (ho 
fMiiri lis of (hr .Ml i/.ar ami t'olniiiliia tin-atri's iimlcr tin- 
^ii...- 1 iiiH of Mis.s Ilia ^Van•»•n, will assist. 



siliJN mil Ht |M I- nut to wim- ;ii-a|M-s. Thou.- in a |Mwitii>ii 
lo know stall- that hiiil tin- slii|imciits of talilc ;:nt|M-s fpini 
Lmli i-.\ii-<m|iiI tiii-at-tiial aiiioniit hiKt tutiMui Ity a thoiiKaml 
|M-r I'l-iit. Kastcrii markrts woiilij luivi* hamili'il ihi-iii at a 
|>rotii to all roiiri'mi-il in tin- trani*mtioiis.^/,*«/i Hvnihl. 



Till- ( iiimllai h HiimlM-liii Willi' <'oiii|iiiny of ihiK i-ity uk 
usual, si-nl out to their friemlH a raleiniar in the intor 
est of "Haiehiis Wines." .\h is jiIko usual w ith tiiiK Iioum% 
they were not satisti<-il to present a "Ht<M-k" ealeiidur. hut 
hail a special ilesi<:ii niaile earryiii;; out their usual line of 
advert isemeiil of the famous Itaiehns wimt*. the ei-nter 
|iiiie. of course. Iieiu^ the yoiin;; (iml "Hacjliiis." The 
caleiiilar artiMil inn late fn|- notice in the ]>re<>i>tliti(; nuni 
l..r 



Two and One=nalf Years After. 



We were favornl liy a call from .Mr. <ieor;;e » '. Sclioii, 
the fjeiienil lepreseiitat ive of the Leiik Wine Company of 
Toleilo, Ohio. .Mr. Schon's visit was larf^eiy for the pur 
jMise of recreation, aiiil the enjoyment of t 'alifmnia's worM 
fiiiiioiis winter climate. He has lievoteil a ^leat part nf 
his life tn the ]>roniotion of the wines of Ohio, ami is 
prnM<l to r< present (lie I.eiik Wine t'oiiipany wlmse |ilant 
in n|if of the Iarj;isi in the I'ast. 'i'lie w iiies of this com- 
|Niiiy are very w iilely know ii, ami have a lar^e ileinand. 

Planting rirape5 at Lmli. 



It is conservatively estimated that alioiu 1,1>(»0 acres 
ail iM-in;: planted to vims in tlie Lodi district this .S4>as4in. 
\ ir^je per cent of this aci-eap- is for tahle ur:i|M*s«; j>08- 



IT has Inren surki's'^' 'n me tiv the John J. Fulton 
Company, proprietors of the Fultnn Krnal Com- 
pound, a remedy lor Bright's I)isea.si-, that I write 
a supplementary report of my experience with that 
preparation, for publication in my own paper as well 
as elsewhere. Considering my good fortune in having 
been prevailed upon to take the treatment when I was 
given up to die and was at death's door, I feel it my 
duty to do alt I can to let other sufferers know of the 
value of this remarkable medicine. 

After being in the hands of regular physicians fur 
many weeks, during which time I rapidly failed, I 
reached the jwint where my relatives were notified that 
I had not more than sixty days to live. Thirty days later 
when my own judgment told me that I had reached 
the eiul of the way. I was induced, against my own 
desires, to Ijegin taking the Renal ComjHJund. With- 
in two weeks it had brought to me normal sleep and 
an encouraging apjjetite. and within five weeks I was 
in a condition to attend to active business. I continued 
the treatment until I felt that I was a well man. This 
was two and a lialf years ago. and within the {vast year 
and a half, I ran say emphatically that I have enjoyed 
better health than at any time in the past twenty-five 
years. To those who are suffering from this terrible 
disease, I would ^ay, lose no time in going under this 
treatment. The regular physician cannot save you 
and the medicine cannot harm you. 

Sincerely yours, 

R. M. WOOD. Kditi 

S.iii I"r;i!iri^ ■ 1, Cal 




CALIFORNIA WINES AND BRANDIES 



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want (Iralrr* cvrrTwhcrc to know atwat lu am) the M tor* wc make 

pure oUI Port »n>\ Sherry meet the dcmaod* of thr moal esactiDg 

Ti.) )r. \Vr Kuaraotcc alt our wino (o come up lo Ibe rTt|uirTiiieiita o( tbr 

" Tiirr I'otxt " l.«w*. Vinryar<l« at)') Winrric* locatrd at Wrtt (•Irndair, Cal 

Write for Price* and Frelftit Rate*. 



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64 PACIFIC WINE AND SPIRIT R?:VIEW. 

«»S:'!t'«!«s«:*tV!SiS4^S4'*''A'«:«:&'*'«-*%'^^^^ rc";inl In llic ri-siill ill' Ills i 1 1 \ isi i u:i I ini IS aldiii: l!ic iinrc 

_j -^ I ^-, J g liKxl lini-. Tlic r,<i;ii(l (if AliliTMiin u.-ivc liiiii ;iii aililiiiniinl 

I JNew York (correspondence. | ;,n,-.ivii.:.i .lu.n.isi ^^\^h «ii..,n i„. ,.x,„..is m h.-in a .-ni- 

§< .,S siidc ii!i:iiiist food ixhillt'iai inn. Inllnw iiii; iIh- Wasliiiinloii 

plan. 1 lie ( (miiiussiinici- claiiiis il will lake ai IcasI .>.)()().- 
Ni:\v YoitK. Fchniary. V.m>. „,„, .^ ^.^..^j. ,^^ j^.^^. f^^^. ,|,,. ,•„,.,.,. ,,(• i„s|MMinis lai-.- cnniiuli 

Er.iToi! \\iM:.\M.Srii!iT Ki:vii:\v :—"liilci'initt<'iif would ,„ j„v,".sti.-at.- alHIn- f..n<istntrs aii.l staiii). nut ilir.vii. 
smn to W tlu. trnu m a|.,.l.v m >i„. .nndiiinu of (i„. ^^^^^ ^^^.'^^^^ ^.^^^ ^^^^.^ ,^ ^ d.-niandinu ali.Mili.,,,. arronlin;^ 

NVnv York wim- and spini .narkn In,- H.,. ,.a_si tin-..,. ,„• ^^^ ^|^^_ < •.,„„„issi,Mur. is ■•( •nnnMuninn" ,„■ ••.\liar" win.-. 



.\ saniidc sriil In him linin a |ii- inriii rhiiirli in lliis rity, 

iipnn analysis, was I'nnnd |n cnnlain wnml alrnlml, liai'(l 
ridi'i- and aniline cnlnrinL;. 



I'niii- wcrks. 'riinc lia\r liccn da\s. wlir.i all liiinus tended 
In indicate ilie liciiinninu nf an nniisiial aetivity; oi-ders 
oanie in ai a rale in keei> everyiimly nn ilie (pii vi\i-; ilie 
opliniists held tiie da.\. -Insi as suddenly eanie icaeiinii. 
aud business lapsed inio a eertain jo-ijiiu}? ijait. The gen- 
eral ivsulls have been fairly sal isfa.lovy, and despile Ihese Tn parai'hiase ihe fanmus son-. -I^veryl.ndy Wniks I'.iit 

sudden clian.ues, the sense nf npininn i.-nds mwards an ex- r'ailiei." e\eiy hianeli nf business seems In be prnspernus 

peotaucy for eontinued aeii\iiy wilhin Ilie ne\l few mniiihs. eNeejM ilie rK|nnr bnsiness. On alnmsi e\cry side niie sees 

The l")ure food le.uislalinii al Washin-Inn lias a di-terreiil evidence nf jirosi.erily and meichanls in everv line nf biisi- 

elTect upon business. The passiu- of llie pure b.od bill ik'ss seem satistied and aiipaieiil ly aiv makim: mniiey. 
into a law will have far-reaehinji- etl'ecls, and in'iidini: Ilie There has been a ^real deal nf cninplainl since ilie lirst 

final decision of The niatler there is a dis]tositinn to "a wall nf i he year nf ihe enndilinii nf business in Ihe wine and 

develojunents." s]>iril Irade, and when (uie considers the siiualion, it is 

Whatever the resulis may be iipnii ilie niher branches nf scarcely tn be wondered al. that conditions are unsatisfac- 

the trade, there can be im i|iiesiinn as tn the beneticeni re- {iwy. Xn line of business seems lo be so liai'assed nor has 

suits of a ]mre food law U<v the wine business, (iiveii so much to contend with. I >onbl less all manufacturers of 

"pure"" Calibunia wines, the .\nierican jiiiblic will come food products of all descii]il inns, are iimre nr less at sea, 

to realize the lime and money they have wasted in drink- just at ])resent but we have atldilional ills. In a number 

ini:: many of the vile concoct ious. w liicli have masqueraded df the States, various forms of legislat ion are aimed aiiainst 

under this uuise. as well as those wcarinii an iinpnrted ns .ind to ca]i all an internecine war has been waucd. which 

label. ^ jirobably has, as is usually the case, w(>rk<'d ;i:real harm 

TIk' recent advance of L'l ^.c nn ( "alilnrnia while wines and lo bntli sides. 
niuscatel, has been ].retly i;vnerally eiifm-ced. I'rices nn The battle nf the blenders, a Imi enniii;h enua^cmeiil in 

al! liTades of California wines have been stronu, althouiili itself, has been aiiiii'avated by ihe hnsliliiy nf the bottled 

the i;i"eater stren.nth seems rather to lia\c been in < "alifornia in bond army and the methods of the \ari(nis cnmbalants, 

than locally. lias doubtless had a i>reat effect u|(on Ihe general ]udilic, 

There is always an nndeicurieiil of dislnisi aiiionj;st much to the detriment of the wari-inii' factions. The wine 

local houses, one fearinji that the mher is iint adheriny to men have also had their war and the relative values of 

]>rices, and the result is that many shrewd buyers ]day pure wines, artificial wines aud wines have been thrashed 

upon Ibis to the purjiose of securini; their reiiuirements a out in the iniblic prints and in ])rivate ccmversations. no 

little below Ihe market. There is always soni(> man buy- doubt with a debilitatinj;- effect upon the cousum])tion nf 

inji, or at least lieinji' otYered, j^oods l()wer than published tliis article. 
price and then the salesman feels that it is up to him to ^yj^], ,|,,. whole c.)uiit ry prnspernus. many penple in 

Hie<-t. the other fellow's itrice. The "other fellow"" exists dilVerent lines unable to turn mil 'j. Is (piickly enon-h 

only in the buyer's vivid imaiiinaliou. How far this is car- ,,, satisfy the demand, there mnsi be scunethiuii- radically 

ried on, it is dittieull lo say. but iheic is some siunificame „ rnnii in the wine and si.irii inlerest itself, which i)ro- 

iii the fact that wines have been si>ld within Ihe ])ast fort- ,|,|,.,.s ihe unsal isfaclnry cnnditinii which exists, ("liickeiis 

uijiht at the wineries in Calirnrnia al prices in excess ,<( „i|| ,.,„||,. j,,,,,,,. ,,, ,.,„,^| .m,] ii,,, .riiiiinal inn and recrimi- 

what the same i: Is are bein- snid here, allowin.u- fnr „atinn nf the dilferenl eli-meiils which .i;o up to make our 

freijiht and liandlin;.;. business, must in the end. hurl ns all. The "holier than 

The limited luodnction of brandies this year is already thou" attitude of each party lo Ihe light that has been 

lieing felt in this market. Siune of the larger .jobbers, who „oing on for so long, cannot fail to have a militating effect 

eApeeted some recession on contract price, as anmmnced .,n,] some of it doubtless is responsible for the host lie legis- 

early in the season, did not place their orders, counting jaiiou, which (ui all hands, threatens our industry, 
upon buying cheaper later .m. The supply Is greatly re- ,, ,,.j^, ,,,.^.^.,. ,,,.,.,, ..^^^j.^j.^.e,!, by the best tvpe of sales- 

stricted, and some <.f th.-se "wise .mes"" are now force.l ^^^^^^^^ ^,^,_,,^ ^,,,,5,.^. ^„ ,.„,^^..,,.,„. ^o sell his ooods'bv deprecia- 

to pay fully tw.'nty to thirtv cents hi.i^lier than tlu' con- ,5,,,,-^ competitors, and perhaps the same princij.le might 

tract price. ^^.^U .^^^^^j^. ^^ ^j^^^ methods that have been adniiled bv tlie 

There IS a mnvment af which is wnrlhy nf fullesl ^y^^fvivnt elements of onr business. 

consideration, to conduct the annual distilling ot bi'andv , ,.,,.„.., , •• 1 , , 1 . • 

, .II- 1 1 .1 . ' i. 1 , • 1 ■ her sav, "all is fair m love and war, bid lliai is 

along the lines ])ursued bv the nmst sni-cessful whi.skv ■ ■' . ,•.-,, ^i. ,, ji n • *• ■ • 

,.^•'11,, ,„ 1 ir .1 • 1 1 *^- ■ another question, and It IS doubtful whether all IS tair in 

distillers, nanielv. selliiu: their annual iimdnction on con- . .' „, . • ■, ., ,. .1 i- ^, - i ?> 

, , ,, , ". . ■ . , 1 1- •.- X, competition. The ''running down of other fellows goods' 

tract at the besiinniui: ol each seasnii, and limiting the * .,,,,,«. ^ 1 • 1 i- ^ 1 

, , , 1 ' . 1 ■ , . ' has apparently had a bad effect and is believed by many 

nutiiut to such actual <ontracts. , 'i .',,„.., -i .^i x 1 -11^ 

to be responsible for the evils that hover over us, and lo 

Health Commissioner Darlington, of this city, has made have produced the condition of business, which it is hojicd 

some startling disclosures to the Board of Aldermen in will be but temporai'v. 



PACIFIC WINE AxND SPIRIT RE\ IKW. 



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'I'lif |illl'i- loiiil liill n|i Ixfiirt- tllr Si'liair is In III- \uliil 

ii|Miii nil ill*- Jlsi. ami if it puss, imlt-ss uiiri-iisniialilc in its 
|)iiivisi<iiis, iiiav (III iiinrli ttiwanls ricariii;; lln- altii<is|ilii-rf. 
It laniint fail, in any i-vml. In iiltiiiiatrlv. wlirtlicf it pass 
or iMil. Iia\<- a •^niMJ i-tTrrt. as at pn-si-nt mii- lianiiy knows 

W 111 Tc lie StaiHJs. 

Artiii^ iiiiili-r till- piii'i- r<HNl laws >>( iIk- State nf Wis 
cousin, Mr. .1. «2- Kuh'IV, t'niiiniissiniu-r nf that Statt,-, has 
r<>nl(-si)-i| as nnlawfii! tli«- sair uf ;;ii-rii t'li-im- ijr .M<-ntli<- 
nliiii artitiriall.v inlnml. Mis attcntinn was rail)-*! to tin* 
r«-;:iilatinns nf tin- rnil«-il Statt-s I>i-paiinn-iit nf A;;ficnl- 
till')-, uliirli ■■i-iiili-i-(-<I a (li-i-isiun that iiiipnt-inl < 'rcnic <lc 
Mi-ntlii- wniilil III' ailiiiittftl tn tiiis riiniili\v if lalu-lctl "arti- 
firiall.v rn|ni-f<|." ui- <nluri-i| with siirli dvi- stiilT as nii;;iit 
have JH-fn iis**<I in its inaniifat-lurc. and this is now liciii;.' 
doiu- h_v st-vi-ral of the importing lionsi-s. Hut th«> Com- 
tnissionff for Wisionsin insists that this nilin;; docs not 
nlirii;iat(' thi* food laws of his State nor do thi\v prriain to 
J-'-i-state i-niiinn-iri- and importers may (ind that his de- 
11 to i-nntest the sale of ai'litiriallv inlnred < 'renie de 
■ I'liihe as unlawful, an inipnrtant matter. It may al.sn 
prn\e a serious mat lei- in other direct ions. 

< >Iie ^ond etVeet of the mattel-s ajritatill;; tile Hade jllsl 
ai present, is the additions thai have Ixi-n ohtaiiied liy the 
National Wholesjile Lii|noi- Dealers' As.soriatinii. (Jiiite a 
nnmlier of jiniises in various parts of the (onntry have re- 
reiitly jniniil. Ii si-i-ms peculiar that any tirst class house 
Klundd icmain •wiihoiii the pale" as tin- necessity for nr- 
•:aiii/.atioii was never more iirp'iit than nowadays. 

l.ii|iior legislation and reform is not conlined to New 
^'■•rk alone, as there seems to lie a iiioveiiient in that con- 
iM-ciioii in New .leisey as well. A local option iiieasnre was 
intriMinccd in the House at Trenton, a few days Hi^n, and 
Kin cetiled in creatin;: a cnmmotion <-ipial to that which 
forced the enactment of the Incal option law of twenty 
J'eai-s ;\)iii. 

The exiileliielll has l>i-el| illlelisitiiil liy the miivemi-lll nil 

the jiiirt nf the ( 'atholic and Kpiscopal Itishnps nf the New 
Jersey hioccses, with the cler;;y of other dennininatinns. 
for a hiudiei- hi^h license |,iw. fur Sunday nliservance, fnr 
the liniilatiiin nf tin- nnmlier nf salnnns and f<ir oiher r<- 
Kliiiiioiis ii|ion the liiisiiiess. The pending hill pro\ i<|ed 
for a tow II opiimi. The Liipmr |)ealers' Assnciations all 
ovi-r the State have all declared their niidyin;: nppnsitinn 
to a local option law of any character. 

The a^'itation has served to demonstrate llie fad that 
fill r-i- ;n-,- nidi- .lifTii-i'Tu-i'v (-\i-;f iiiL' Miiintr,' th'- litpt'ir itieii 



Till- Itii-werK' AHMocialioii ik aidiii;; a lii(;li licfiiM* art that 
will apply, however, only, to the MiltNiax in which Kpirits 
are sold. I'or the la;:er Im-jt miIoouk it would hav«« the fi-*- 
stand as it is. An interesliiiK iniinuition in that tin- khIimiii 
men may avail themselves of tin- acilalion to pifvent the 
sail- nf liipmr liy ^riM-eri«alld drilifKixlH. 



• Ml leliriiary Isi. Senator Tiilly and AK.S4-nilil.Miian Wain 
\vri;:lit introdiiciil in Imth IIoiim-k at AIImiiiv. New York, 
a city local option hill favonil hy the .Vtiti Sal<Min l^-acui*. 
it is entirely diD'ereiit from the Aniltler W'ainwri^lit hill of 
last year, and s4-4*ks to estahlish the riclit of n-nionstniiire 
to a Court hy a majority of the <pialilie<l <-|e<-torM in any 
city resident a;^aiiisi (he issue of Iicens4-M of any or ull of 
the four clas.ses covered hy the pr»'s<Mit local option law. 



A recent dis|iaiih fmni Itonlon Ktat< Ii to |N*r- 

mil hotels within font- hiindretl feet nf a | tildic mIuniI 
hnus4' to sell |ii|iior. provid<-«| tin- hotel liax a closed iMir and 
llie liar itself is outside the 41HI feel limit, was |iaKM4-«| in llie 
llnlise late In-day. The le;:islation will relieve till* li«|llor 
situation at tin- Hotel Touraiiie. this ciiy, and at otliiT 
lintels ill the State similarly sitnaleil." 

In liie test case, arr.inp-4l liy tli(> (fov(>rnnii'Ut to M>ltli> 
the mailer of thi- proper duly ini thi* .lapam-w lM'VPni{jf 
know n as sjike. It. A. Kevi-tt. assi.stiint rouns4-l to the rniiiil 
Stales (ieiieral Appraisei-s. has lM-«-n desi);naieil as KjM-i-ial 
assistant to the rniicil Slates district Aitornev for the 
Northern histrict of t'alifornia. The cas4- will nndouht- 
e<lly he taken up to the Supreme Court. AIniidy alMHit 
$SI)II.IMIII is involveil. it is said, and this will In> inmiimil 
10 .SI.lMMl.itiM) liefore the mailer is Ihiallv decided. 



lieiii-ral .\|ipraiscr May has in-ndentl a de«-iHi«in on tlu» 
I'lciich Keciprociiy Treaty. It was luiMtl on tin* «»««•«♦■ 
meiit of duty hy the Collector at San Kranriiwo. The* ini-r- 
chaiidise was rnm, ami was as-si-s-si-il at ?•_'.«'.'> jkt pillon. 
The importers <laime«| the nicrchandis4> was eiititleti to tin* 
lieiieiits of the I'li'iich Treaty, and Iherefon- dnliable at 
only -^I.T.') per ;;allou. The proti>sis state that the rum waH 
made in l-'raiice from niinianufai-iiintl su;:ar cani> from 
.Martiniipie, a I'reiich pos.s4-ssion. In a pn-viouH dtvision 
ihe Itoard had held that hrandy or other M|iirilN iiniMirle^l 
from .Marliniipie, a colony of l-'nince. are iioi entitle«l lo the 
reduced rales of «lnty acconh-il to such menliandise |»n»- 
diiceil ill and e.xiMirli-il from Fnince li\ the n-cipnu-ity 
treat V. Ill line >\ilh that di'iMxion the Itojinl overnili><l thi* 

pttilesf 



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SAN FRANCISCO SULPHUR CO 



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OI.CANO llR.ANIi 
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00 PACIFIC WINK AND SPIRIT R1-\1I{\V. 

INTERNAL REVENUE AND CUSTOMS RULINGS. 



(T. I). ',Hi<.) 
Suits on distiller's l)on(lK. 
ITnlted States v. United States Fidelity and Guaranty Company, de- 
cided February f>. 1906. — An assessment based upon estimates is 
lawful. — The forfeiture of spirits for fraud does not. operate to 
relieve the bondsmen from liability to pay the tax.— The distiller 
against whom an assessment has been made for tax, is not entitled 
to have the proceeds of forfeited goods applied to reduce the 
assessment. 

Treasury Department, 
Ofllce of Commissioner of Internal Revenue, 

Washington, D. C, February 9, 190G. 
The appended opinion of the United States District Court, district of 
Connecticut, Is published for the information of internal revenue of- 
fin rs and others concerned. 

ROBT. WIM.IAMS, .JR., Acting Commissioner. 

United States District Court, District of Connecticut. No. 1482. 

United States v. United States Fidelity and Guaranty Company. 

Piatt, District Judge: This is a suit upon a distillers bond, to 
which an answer, setting up three defenses, has been filed, and the 
present dispute arises upon a demurrer which attacks the several de- 
fenses. 

The technical objection to the first <lefense has been removed by 
amendment. Beyond that, the validity of the defense depends upon 
the decision on the third defense. 

Passing by the technical objectiors to the second defense we find 
the gist of it to be that the assessment was based upon an estimate 
which turned out to have been erroneous; that the errors have been 
corrected, and that the balances left due have been paid in the man- 
ner set forth in the third defense. 

An assessment based upon estimates is lawful, and a voluntary 
correction of manifest errors therein cannot defeat the assessment 
The rest of the defense also depends upon the decision on the third 
defer se. 

The demurrer to the third defense presents in a tangible and 
clearly defined way the exact contention between the parties. Let 
me see if I can state the case: 

Certain taxes were due upon certain liquors. The distiller, prior 
to their becoming due. had given a bond, conditioned upon his faithful 
compliance with all laws and regulations touching distilling, and his 
payment of all penalties incurred or fines imposed for a violation 
thereof. The payment of the taxes imposed by the Government upon 
the product of the distillery is covered by the bond in suit. United 
States v. National Surely Company (122 Fed. Rep. 904). The revenue 
laws are remedial and are to be liberally construed. United States v. 
Stowell (133 U. S.. p. II. 

It is assumed that the taxes are made by law a first lien upon the 
distillery property. The distiller has forfeited such property by a 
violation of the laws and regulations, referred to in the bond. 

The defendant argues that the Government is obliged to apply the 
net moneys received from the sale of such forfeited property, toward 
the payment of the taxes due upon the liquors. 

Did Congress by making such taxes a first lien upon the distillery 
property intend to compel the Government to relinquish all other 
modes of recovering the tax? 

I can not s-o construe the law. 

The right of lien seems to have been imposed merely as a further 
way of making the payment of the taxes assured. The bond in suit 
is also a means for obtainirg payment of the tax. The tax is really 
a debt owed to the Government by the distiller and can be recovered 
by any method which could be applied in the recovery of any debt. 

The personal liability of the distiller for the tax remains in full 
force, independently of the lien and that liability is .guaranteed by 
the bond. 

The bond must respond not only to the payment of the tax, but also 
to the forfeitures under which the property was sold. 

The property has disappeared under the forfeitures, but the taxes 
remain unpaid, and the ■- ireties are responsible. 

If the distiller had pa. 1 the taxes, the liquors would have been 
forfeited, tax and all. 



II «()ilil piKe a pjeiiiiuMi on (leUiy to bold that other forfeiteil 
properly should respond for unpaid taxes. 

If these thoughts and others suggested by them were not enough 
a ei nclusive one remains: 

It is not tl. ought that the lien upon the property can l)e said tc 
continue upon the proceeds after the properly has been forfeited anc 
sold. 

It was forfeited for fraud, not for nonpayment of taxes, and the 
entire right of the distiller in and to the property passed into the'handi 
of the Government because of the fraud. The taxes remain due ant 
unpaid. The surety was responsible for the taxes and for the fraud 
It is not becoming in him to ask that both obligations shall be can 
celed in the way suggested. 

Defendant relies upon the lUrici case (111 U. S. 38), hut that doe 
not seem to be in jioinl. 

The bond in that suit was given ftr no other purpose than to secur 
the payment of taxes upon liquors which had been actually depositee 
in a warehouse. Such taxes had been paid, and therefore the coi 
(litioii of the bend bad been fulfilled. 

We may adniil thai the revenue laws all have for their chief pul 
lose the payment of the taxes due the Government, but to carry ou 
that purprse mai:y laws have been enacted, and many regulation 
made, ar.d the bond in this suil was made broad enough to cove 
them all. 

The demurrer Is .sustained with costs. 

(T. D. 270G9.) 

Fruit in spirits — Reciprocity. 

la Manna v. United States. 

U. S. Cirru't Court ejf Appeals. Secor.d Circuit. .Tanuary 26, 1906. No. e 

(suit 3443). 
Fruit in spiri:s — Retiproeity. 

'I he duty of $1.75 per proof gallon which is pre)vided in th 
reciprocal commercial agreement with France (30 Stat. 1774; T. I 
19405) on "spirits manufactured or distilled from grain or othe 
materials." supersedes, with regard to fruit in spirits importe 
frcm France, the duty of $2.50 per proof gallon "on the alcoht 
contained therein in excess of 10 per centum," provieleel in pan 
graph 263. tariff art of 1897. 



Pacific Copper Works 




566-573 



L.WAG\ER&SON* 



This sketch represents our LATES 
IMPROVED CONTIMJOUS BRAND 
STILL. It has the advantage over a 
others through it's simplicity, saving 
heat, fuel, water and labor. We also man 
facture Pasteurizers and Wine Filters, ai 
all kinds of Copper and Brass work f 
Wineries and Distilleries, of the highe 
standard ; also all work for Breweries. 



Fuiiher Information i;izrn upon Afiplicatu 

Gold and Silver Medals awarded at 
Mechanics' Fair and Midwinter Expositit 



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PACIFIC WINK AND Sl'IRIT RH\1K\V 



67 



A|>i>i-al from tlu- Clrcull Court of the United Slates for the ■outbeni 
district of New York. 

In ^30 UeclBlon below (T. D. 26920) the Circuit Court afllmied wllb 
out opinion a.i un|iul>llHheil det-lHion of (he Board of L'niied State* 
General Appralsern, dated October 19, 1903, relating to merchandise 
ImiHtrted at the port of New York by I^ Manna, Azema ft Knrnun. 
This nierrhundlse ronHJHted of fnilt preHiTved In spirits, which was 
Imported from France. The collector imponed thereon a duty of 36 
per cent ad valorem, with an additional duty of $2.50 per gallon on the 
alcohol found in the goods In excess of 10 per rent, under the provisions 
of paruKrnph '-1)3. lariff net of Hy^"!, which, so far as applicable, reads 
as fullows 

Krults preserved in • * • spirits, • • • If ronliilnlng over 
ten per centum of alcohol and not specially provided for In this act, 
thlny-flve per centum ad valorem and in addition two dollars and 
fifty cents per proof gallon on the alcohol contained therein In excess 
of ten per centum. 

The importers contended that the rate on the alcohol should have 
been $1.75 per proof gallon, on the ground that said paragraph was 
■upersi ded. so far as It relates to alcohol, by the reciprocal commer- 
cial agreement (30 Stat. 1774; T. D. 19405) negotiated with France 
nnder section 3 of said act, which contains this provision: 

On brandies, or other spirits manufactured or distilled from grain 
or oth« r niitterinls, one dollar and seventy five cents per gallon. 

The case has been brought to this court by successive appeals by 
th. imp >rter.<i from decisions of the board and Circuit Court aflirming 
I'tlon of the collector, 
instock & Wnshburn (Albert H. Washburn of counsel), for the 
Inu'iTters. 

I). FVank l.loyii, assistant I'nited States Attorney, for the United 
Butes. 
Before l.acombe. Townsend and Coxe, Circuit Judges. 
.\i)|nal from a decision of the- Circuit Court of the United States for 
>uthem district of New York, aflirming a decision of the Board of 



General Apprals«ra •uat«lnlng the action of the Collvclor •• lo wiccsa 
iil< i>:i<>l Hiirroundinx cherries Imported under the provisions of the tariff 
act of ISH7. 

Per Curiam: The decision of the court b«low !• r«v«r*ed upon the 
authority of UnliMl State, v. Wile (130 Fed Rep 3JI, T D 26:23 1 



(F. I. D. 33. . 

'/'//< I III jiDi lilt 11)11 iif a bicvrayf unil> r <i mmh uilini/ itUnw. 

ASHir.MKNT "f ftMxl priNlurt huK fxi-ii nfTi-nil f«»r iui- 
|Htrlaii(iii lalN'!)**! ItuMjilnrnj \ iinijar. (lit inUiif that 
it was liclil fur iiiK|HH'ti<iii, a rf|*rcH4>ntativf of tlu- iiii|Mirtc'r 
a|i|Mai-(Ml ami siaii-^l that tlu- KiiliKlaiirc wan nut a viiii'^ir. 
Iiiit a tlrink, and int<-nilt'<l tu In* nrnil as a iM'Vcnip-. In iIuh 
i-nm- the material ix hekl to Ik- iniHlirantitHl, «« a vint-jpir is 
iii-vt-r intt-ndi-il for a iM-vi-ra;;!-. Imt only as a «-on«linii-nt. 

Noti«i- is ;;ivrn that after .May 1, I!MM;, iin|M)rlalionK of 
litis ili-siriiit inn. or similar tli<-n-tu, will not Ih- ai<lniiii«tl if 
iiiishraiulfd in tlu- iminiu-r nu-ntioni-<l. Th<- nanu- of tin* 
articlf, if ili-scriptivc, nnisi iiulirati- its iriu- rlianirt«-r. It 
is stifijifsti-d thai tlu- tt-rm />'(;.«/(/<« rr// /{«i «/•««/« is a snitjilih- 
ilfsi;;nation. It will Ih- Iu-IiI, howi-v«-r, that if so lalM-ht] it 
must Ik- a hcvi-ra^r madt- S4)l«-lv from nisplM-rrit-s or raK|»- 
licrry jiiir)-, and not pn-si-rvt-d with aiiv siiltstant-«- tinmt-n- 
tioncd on tin- laln-l, i-xrt-pt su;:ar. vin<-;:ar. or spiii-s. Any 
siilistaiK't- add(>d to snch a pr<Kluc-t ninsi not In- injuriuiiM 
to lu-alih nor in violation of tin- laws of Ih** ••onnlry whence 

it romrs. 
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|T. 1). 1'70(;:5— (.J. A. Gl'Sl.) 
.1 tinr I'icnii — SjiiriliKiKs hrccr(U/c — Fnnrh riciinurHi). 

Ihlil iliiit '•Aiiici- I'icoii," ;iii iirliclc iMiiiml'aclmcd liy 
I'icdll iV; ( "u. of lJ(ililr;lu\, l"l;llicf. ;iil(l cXlmllcil lldlll 
Fraiiii', is ii ■■spirii" wiiliin ilic iiicaiiinn' of llial Iitiii as 
usod in S«'(ti<in ;5, (aiilV ad of 1S!I7, and is enlillnl in (lie 
Ik'HcIit of the vcdiircd rati- of duly of Si. 75 yvv jnoor i;al- 
lon. uudt'i- iIk' it'cijjrorilv aiiict'iiiciit with Fraiicc. 
Fuiird Stall's ticucral .^iiju-aisiTs. New ^■|l|■k, .laimaiy ;!(•, 

I'llMI. 

In llii' iiiatlcr of ]iroicst ItHl'.M of 1'. Foul y llcniiaiio 

ai;aiiisl (lie asscssiiiciil of duly hy tlic Collci'lor of 

("ustoiiis at the poll of San .linin, I*, if. 

1>( fore Moai-il 3 ( W'aih', Somci-v illc and Hay, (li'iicial .\p- 

in-aisi-rs; \\ailc, (1. .\., aiiscni.i 

SoMi i;\iLi.i:. (iiiiirtil A jijniiisi r : Tlic inipoiMal inn con- 
sists of a s|it'cit's of liiilcrs known as ".Vnicr I'icon," wliirli 
was nianufaclurcd hy I'icon & Co., of Hordcanx, i'laiicc. 
and ( xpoi'tcd from l'''ran(e. It was assessed for duty under 
paiajirapii l!!»2 of the iiresent taritT act of l.*>!>7 as a s])irit- 
nons licveraiic or liiliers cunlainin.u spirits at ^J l'."> per 
]>roof jjallon. Tlie claim is made in t lie protest thai under 
tlio reciprttcity treaty with I'raiice. |)roclaimed liy the 
I'residi nt May 'M), 1S!IS, the article is entitled to the hene- 
fit of ih<" provisions of this treaty, and is diitiahle at only 
,S1.7.") per juoof uallon under seetiou 3 of .said art. 

The same kind of luerchandise was passed on in the ease 
of .M(UMpiin Kestaiirant and \\'ine Coin])any v. Tnited 
States tT. 1». 2.')S(iS). where it was held hy the Circuit 
Court for the southern district of New York that tiie ar- 
ticle in finestion is a ••s](irit" within the meaning of that 
term as used in section ."> of the lai-ilf act of 1S!)7, i)rovidiiiji- 
for iccijii-ocal commercial ;mrcemenls wilh l'oi-eiL;n conii- 
tri(s. 

I'lilhiwiufi; the aho\(' decision and the aiilhority therein 
eitcd. the protest is sustained and the decision of the Col- 
lector reversid, with iustrndinns to reliipiidale the entry 
accoidiniilv. 



IT. D. 27110.) 

CJirrrirs in nitiniscltini). 

U\iti:d States v. Kijis.';. 

T'nited States Circuit Court of Appeals. Second Circuit. 

Fehruary 1, 190(). No. !)-t (suits 2373 and 2."'.4!).) 
Cherries in .Marascliino — Fruit in Spirits — T'nenumerated 
Articles. 
Cci'lain cheriies in uiaraschino. assessed for duty uu- 



iler parai^raph 21S, tarilf ad id' IS'.tl, as "fruits pre- 
served in « • • sirup." tnnnd not m lie preserved 
in sirn|i Iml in spirits, .ind lidij diiiialili' as unenume- 
lalel mannrad nicil ailidcs nndcr scciinn ;',. 
Ajipc.il tiiim t lie * ircnil ( 'ourl d' i he I iiilcij Stales Inr the 
siiutliern district of New ^'ork. 
The decision lielow 1. 1;).") Fed. Kep., 24S ; T. I». 2.")7S!I ) 
relali'd to several unpuhlished decisions of the Board of 
Fnited Stales (i<neral Ap|»raisers, which were dated, re- 
spectively, I'ehruary 1."'., 28 and 2!>, and Decemher !> and 
1(1, IS'.Mi, and covered inijxirtat ions of so-called clu'rries in 
maraschino at the port of New York. The ISoard, on the 
authority of /// rf l.a .Manna, C. A. 33i»2 I T. 1). KiiMif), 
allirmed the classitication of the merchandise as "fruits 
preserved in * * '' sirti])"' under para5;ra]>li 21 S, taritT 
act of ISDI, oMirnlini; the imjiorlers' contention that it 
should have lieen classitied as an nuenumerated manufac- 
liired article iindei- section 3 id' said act. The Circuit 
<'mirl,oii I he basis of Inrl her evidence taken in that Court, 
fonud that the yiiods were itreser\"ed in spirits rather than 
in siru]), and sustained the im])orlers' contention, revers- 
ing the F.oard; whereu|win the I'niled States prosecuted the 
]iresent ajipeal. Xole //( n Tnller, C. .\. 2Sf;4 I T. D.' 
l.lCiS:!. I 

/>. I'lUiiL- Lloyd, assistant ("niled Slates .Mtorney, Inr 
the Fnilcd Stales. 

hldinnil N. Iliilrli (./. SliKirl Tdiii pl.iiis of (-(Uinseli, for 
liie imi)orters. 

llefoic Lacomlie, Tow nsend and Coxe, Circuit Judfjes. 
Per ( 'uriam : I >ecision of ( 'ircuit Court affirmed on njiin- 
ion of .|uil;L;e I lazel. 

(T. 1». !t72. I 

!<j>cci(il lii.r — Mrreliants scjiilini/ orders for liqiiorfs. 

A merchant who receives an order from liis customer f"*! 

liipior, and transmits the order to an authorized liqnoi 

(h'aler who shi])s and hills the liquor directly to fh-i 

customer, (hies not therehy hecome inyolved in speoi-ll 

lax lialiilily under the interlial reyenue laws, ev< r 

though he i-ccei\esa commission frcuu the liipior de.alpi 

on su<!i ordei-, if the liquor dealei- does not make oi'l 

his Idii ai;ainst him f(u- the li(|Uor and 7nakes no charfir< 

aitainst him therefor, hut charji'cs only the customer. 

Ti{ i: AS i: K Y I) i:i'.v U'tJi v: nt., 

(tIFUK Ol' <'n.MMlSSI().\i;U OF iNTIOliNAL ReVENTI:. 

Washiuiitou, 1). (\, Fehruary 3, litOG. 
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rcci'ivod, iii(|iiiiiiji whetluT an old ruliii;; nf this (illicc is 
still iu foiTc wluToin it was lu-kl that where a eustoniei, 
thron<;li his eoiiiiiiission ineichaut, orders of a licuuscd 
liquor dealer wines or liquors and has same hilled and 
shii)i>ed direct to himself, theeommissiou menhant throu^ih 
whom he j;ave this order is u«)t liable on this account for 
special tax under the internal revenue laws, even if lie if 
ceived a commission fnua (he li(|uor dealer for tnrniiiL; <i\(r 
to him said order. 

This ruliuu- is still in force, Imi ii is applicalilc unly to a 
case in wliich ilic liiiMor dealer makes no ciianjic and no 
bill aijainsi ilic ((iiniiiissinn mei-cliant, but cliai'ii'cs the cus- 
tomer to whom the li(|U()rs were directly shiiqu-d by him, 
and makes out his bill accordin^ily ai^ainst his customer. 

In a case Avhere the li([uor dealer's bill is made out 
against the merchant, or where the bills are made out, one 
against the cnstomei' lo wIkhh the liqiKHs are slii])i)ed and 
another against the nuicliaui in wiiicli a lower jirice is 
charged than thai in the bill to the customer, and both bills 
are sent to the im reliant, the merchant is to be regarded 
as having bought the li(|U()rs himself and sold (hem again. 
and he is reijuired to pay special tax accordingly, notwilh- 
standing the fact that he neither ri'ceived into his jxtsses- 
sion the liquors nor actually delivered them (o the cus- 
(omer. 

This is in consdiiace with the ruling of the Commissioner 
of Internal Revenue t<> which you refer, as jon will see by 
reference to the ruling of July IG, 1881, as published in 
volume 27, Internal Revenue Record (p. 237), which will 
be shown you at the office of the collector of internal rev- 
enue in your district. 

Res]>ect fully, 
John W. Yhukks, i'oiiniiiss'Knicr. 

Messrs. . 



( V. I. D. 35. ) 
Modifil'uKj ill rcrtd'ui cases prorisioiis In /•'. /. D. 12 and 
F. I. D. 2G. 

EXPERIENCE has shown that in some cases the literal 
execution of the jirovisions of F. I. D. 12, of March 1. 
IDO."), relating to lir.st notice to importer, and F. I. D. 2G, 
relating to the date at which relabeling after arrival in the 
T'nited States may be permitted, namely, September 1, 
l!)Or), may cause unnecessary annoyance and inconvenience. 
It is therefore ordered that these two decisions be modified 
to permit in certain cases the importation of an article not 
labeled strictly in harmony with the provisions of the food- 
inspection laws after it is relabeled in a manner satisfac- 
tory to the Department. Such action seems especially de- 
sirable at the smaller jiorts, where exact information re- 
specting the re(|uirenients of the ins])ection of foods is not 
so easily obtainalde. 

F. I. I). 2G is also amended so that in certain cases im- 
portation after relabeling will be permitted. It is difficult 
to state exactly in what <ases these amendments to F. I. D. 
12 and F. I. I). 2G will be ajjplied. In general, it may be 
said that where a food jiroduct is misbiauded, but no sub- 
stance deleterious to heal I h has been added, and where 
neither the importer noi- tlie sliipjier has had notice of the 
existence of the law or of its requirements, permission to 
relabel may be given. A similar permission will be extended 
to all food products already afloat a( the time of receiving 
the first notice, or which are so advanced in shipment that 
they cannot be countermanded by cable or otherwise. Other 
miscellaneous reijuests for permission to relabel will be 



decidiil upon ihc merits of the case presented, and jiermis- 
sinn In iciaJpel be granted when i( is evident thai neither 
negligence nor indifference is resijonsible for the failure to 
secure a proper bi'anding <tf (he product. .\ similar per- 
mission will also be granted when it is apjjarent that the 
l»urpose of the law may thereby be fully accomplished. 
This action is not to be taken in case of food products con- 
laining added subst^mces injurious to health or forbidden 
by Ihc laws of the country from which the substance comes. 

Ill Ihis connection it is suggested to importers that all 
orders for food products in the United States be given sub- 
ject to the passing of the inspection at the j)orts of entry. 
It will not be con.sidered a sufficient excuse for the imjior- 
tation of improperly branded or otherwise objectionable 
food products to show that they were ])aid for before the 
inspection took place. The law has now been in force long 
enough to ac(|uaint foreign exporters with its existence and 
domestic importers with its provisions. It is therefore 
held that i)aying for food products before insjiecdon is coni- 
])le(ed will not be deemed a sufficient excuse for asking for 
llie relabeling, remarking, or admission thereof. 

There are certain other cases in Avhich relabeling of an 
im])ortation of food products may be permitted, but in no 
case will such a conrtesj' Ix; extended Avhei-e it is evident 
that either importer or expoi-ter has had am])le opportunity 
and notice to comply with the provisions of the law. Such 
cases include those where evidently honest attempts have 
been made to comply with the conditions of the law and 
where failure has been due to ignorance of the exact nature 
of the conditions required, or some unavoidable cause. 
These amendments are made to prevent nnnecessarv' annoy- 
ance and hardships, and will not be construed in any way 
to excuse a failure to comply with the conditions of the 
law where it is evident that these conditions have been 
fully understood and opportunity afforded for their ai)pli- 
cat ion. 

Approved : 

.I.\Ari;s ANiLsox, x<i-r( lai-// of A(jririiltiir<\ 

W.\SHiX(;ro.\. 1). ("., January KJ, l!»flG. 



(T. D. 27038.1 

l\'(cii>n)(ili/ bctircvn Ilic United Slates and Sirilzerlaiid 

under pr<nisi(jns of section 3, art of d iili/ 24, 1897. 

(Circular No. 10.) 

TuEASURY Department, .Januanj 24, 190G. 

I'll ciilliriors and other officers of the custoins: 

The appended pi'oclamation of the President, datcnl Jan- 
uary 1, IDOG, relating to reciprocal tariff concessions by 
the United States of America and Switzerland, issued un- 
der the provisions of section 3 of the act of July 24, 1897, is 
published for the information and guidance of officers of 
the customs and others concerned. 

The l)e])artnient holds that all goods, wares, and mer- 
chandise under bond for warehousing, transportation, or 
any other purpose, for which no permit of delivery has 
been issued, come under the effect of the proclamation. 

The special attention of officers of the customs is in- 
vited to the fact that the concessions by this Government 
are to continue in effect only during the continuance in 
force of the concessions by the Government of Switzerland. 

Following the Department's decision of August 15, 1898 
(T. D. 19867), the products of Switzerland exported to the 
United States from any other countrv' will not be entitled 
to the privileges conferred under the proclamation. 

Leslie M. Shaw. Secretary. 






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lul.iii Viiifvani Company- *' 

itali.iiiS«iH!i Colony 15 

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Mailre Vintage Conn>any 

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«, F. E. A Co 71 

■iro.,k PiHlillery Co _ 5 

r, Iliram A SonH - 27 

The Kirbv DiBtillinn Co 6 



WnoI.K.SALK I.KJIUH UKAI.K.K.s. 

AbrenM, Pein A Bullwinkel - :!7 

Oartnn, McCarthy A Co_ * 41 

" ' V Morcaniile Co. 'M 

■iK, A. I'. A Co - -Front Cover 

vicHireHunt Co 4!» 

• Mcrcnntilo Co 1S-.W 

iM A Colin 4. 

AKkA Hrune - 26 

ii A Finlur 43 

11 .oiui-raz \ Co Back Ci/Ver 

Hrod. A I'latremann - '.V2 

Ilonif Wine A Diatilling Co 40 

Aell ACo„ 2 

< iier Company - 2U 

r. J Weniger A Co _ Front Cover 

Wichman, Lateen A <'o .11 



Hdrri.KKS' SI I'l'I.IKS 



Schoentlialer Mfe. Co 

Illinois Pacific Glaas Co. 



BREWERS. 

Buffalo Brcwinir Co 

Knterprice Brewing Co 

Frank Fehr Brewinn Co 

Olviiipin Boer Company 

Ruhotaller. F 

Seattle Brewing and Mailing Co- 

Wonder BrewinK Co 



WINEMAKERS' AND DISTILLERS' SUPPLIES 



Goodyear Rubber Comiiany. 

I»ew'-^--'-" I ':'■-■ r.i'.r- 

Lnni I 

Mut' 



^an Franoiaco auiphur Co . 



RKTAII, LIQUOR DEALERS. 
.wBBaa TO orr good rainoa to obi.hk and iat. ) 

AlcaiarCafo S3 LEADING HOTELS AND RESTAI'RANTS 

. Kichange 41 

■'<■ t'> . A.. 31 Cafe Hrtilol, Schneider A Fieber 

• t n.ir X\ (■,„,,.,.■, i:,..t ,.irai.! >; I i.nU 

.r. P. W Wobber 

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^-u I ufe. • Jack" SUfford. Proprietor 15 n,, Art«f.Ui«. kwUfUi. - 

J •'• A Co 33 The New Mint 

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The Ku: 

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The Prfw 

Thoe J WaNh A C. 

Twnt^meT ,t Mlhnlorich 

White Hnrae Inn 



PACIFIC WINE AND SPIRIT RIWIEW 



theLOEW 

SYSTEM PATENT 

WINE & LIQUOR niTERs 



C imple and Durable in 
'^Construction; will 
wear indefinitely with 
care; is easily cleaned. 

/^^larifies liquors to a 
crys tal brilliancy 
without affecting color, 
taste or flavor; saves 
filtering material and 
obviates long storage; 
goods can be received 
and bottled the same 
day. 

Write for Catalog 

R.W. 

The LOEW 



Mfg.Co.o'-H 



J.C.AMELUNG.Agt 

415 Italian- American Bank Bid 
SAN FRANCISCO, CA 




lASH'SBITTERC 



SUNNY BROOK DISTILLERY CO. 

Contrmctlng Offices, 174 Randolph Street, Chicago, Ills. 

NOSCNFIELD BROS. 4 CO. PROPS. 
Rates 85 cts., Ii.ooand $1.25 Di»tilIeHe» No. 5 tr..^ -, 



W^M^ PRINT THE "WINE AND SPIRIT 
{Wti REVIEW." GOOD PRINTING 

Wmm COSTS no more than the 



OTHER KIND IF YOU GO TO THE 
RIGHT PLACE. 



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Morehouse & Alexander 



ATTORNEYS AT LAW 



Phone John 3776 
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SAN FRANCISCO 



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Cor. Sansome and Commercial Sts. 
San Francisco 




ITV BREWERY 



OFFICE: 
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Steam Beer 



Sacramento, Cai 



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AGE AND PURITY 

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that it will pay NOT to become a distrilni- 
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NITED STATES FIDELITY B GUARANTY CO. 



Phone 

Private Exchange 

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CAPMAL, $l,70(),(»00 



SURHLUS AND RHSERVE, $1, 428,546. «8 
TKis Company is Accepted as 

SOLE SURETY UPON ALL INTERNAL REVENUE AND CUSTOMS BONDS 

Required by the United States aovernment from 

Distillers, Brewers and Cigar Manufacturers 



PACIFIC COAST DEPARTMENT 

BORLAND & JOHNS. General Managers 331 339 Crossley Building. San Francisco 



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AMERICAN BRANPV 

I FINEST IN THE WORLD. WHY? BECAUSE GRAPES ARE CHEAPER THAN 

I CHEMICALS IN THIS COUNTRY; Consequently it 'Does Not "Pay to ADULTERATE. 

I THE KIRBY DISTILLING CO. !S£=«^ Fowler, Fresno Co., Cal. 



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OUR STILLS ARE KNOWN AS NUMBERS 263 OR 337 FIRST DISTRICT, CALIFORNIA 

Ihese Numbers ARE BURNED on the GOVERNMENT or STAMPED HEAD of EVERY PACKAGE, there being No Other Genuine "KIRBY BRANDY." 

Sold Only in Carload Lots to the Trade. Correspondence Solicited. 




C. M. MANN CO. INC 



SUCCESSORS 




WINES m BRANDII 

CASE GOODS, SPARKLING Wl^ 
AND CHAMPAGNES A SPECIAL 



ESTABLISHED 1859 

Vineyards, Sonoma couniy, Cal. 




OFFICE AND 
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216-218-220 SHCeJKIENlO, and 221 COMIBCIIL ST., San Francisco, 



SAMPLES SENT 
ON APPLICATION 



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GROWERS AND PRODUCERS OF 




Pare California Wines ^"'^ Brandies 

PORT AND SHERRY 

A Specialty 

La Manda Park, Los Angeles County, Cal. 

add Medal Paris Exposition, 1900 
Gold Medal Pan-American Exposition, Buffalo, 1901 

Qold Medal Louisiana Purchase Exposition, 1904 
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VOL. XLVIII, No. 5. 



SAN FRANCISCO, MARCH 31, 190G. 



$2.00 PER YEAR 



Issued Monthly 
TRKASURV REGISTER CO 



PUBLISHERS 



R M WOOD 
E F. WOOD. 



PRESIDENT AND EDITOR 
SECRETARY AND TREASURER 



Oi-FicK: ••■JS Montgomery Strekt, San Francisco. 

Montgomery Block. 
Phon* JVtontBomcry «-4l 



The PACIFIC WISE ASh sriJilT HEVIEn' i» the 

only paper of ita rlatu Wmt of Chirmji,. It rirrulntu among 
lh« W»nle»il» itnil lieltiil Winf, Spirit (tnil li>er Itrnlir* <if 
th' I'nrifir Const, the Jf'iiir MuLern unit Braiiiti/ Di-Hllrrn of 
OUi/'nrnia, th« H'ine ami Rntntli/ Rui/^r.i. ami tlf lnipi>rt>'rii, 
DlstiUert atut Jut>t>er« of the I'niteit Stalea. 

KtittT.'"! nt the l'o!<t OlliCf at .-uii lT:i»riMC'i. ( iil.. 
aa Second-Claaa Matter. 



All CHECKS. DRAFTS, MONEY ORDERS, Etc , should be 
made p.iyable to TREASURY REGISTER CO. 



Nevs N ork Wine Market. 



Bl .'^ I N K.^.'^ ill \\iucs iluriii}; tin- |i;i.>^t inoiitli uax iml m) 
^ I as it liiKl Im><>ii in Janiiury, wliirh wuk n*i iloiilit 

iluc III tile fact lliat a iniiiitKT of rh-jilt-rK lind lMiii(;ht white 
wiiifs fiti- (Irlivcrv tliirin;; that month, in anliripation of 
till- ailvjiiin- fill- ilial cla.sH of };imkIh which oooiirrf*! i-urly 
in I lit- yi-ar. 

It was tluMi };i-n«'nilly U'lievwl that th«' rt-il winis ami 
jiorts would also 1m- ailvanri-*!. Inn np to tlw pn-wnt nii>- 
MU'iil till- priors for tlii-s«> havf ivinaiiKtl nntlianKcd ami, 
judniiiK ffoin the r«'portK fiMcivt-*! fi-oni Califoniiu, thoy 
arc not lik*-ly to Im> advancc^l, JH-in^. it is thou{;ht, xuf- 
lirii-Miiy strt-nj;tlii'n»-<l hy thi- witlidniwal of th«« offfw of 
tin- iln-ap lots of iintiiiisiii-<1 win»>s which a y«*«r ngo wi'M* 
thf d('pri-s.«<in;; fwilnris of tin- market. 

ISraiidii's arc in ;;<mm! (h'inand in writ mainiaimtl li|!imi<. 

/-.... -,.. / ■. \| .1-. I, III 



I SulMcriptioiis per year — in advance, pottage paid. 

I For the I'nited States, Mexico and Canada fl oo 

I For the I 'niteil States, Mrxico and Canada, six months I 35 

I For Kuropcan countries 3 00 

I Single copies 10 



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FtRRO-QllNA 

KiDsn AM) iiMR mnrRS 

lull .^: iiunus qt. Ixilllcsi iiU.M per case 

pERRO-QUINA BITTERS it the leading: 

' l'.-'t'r» .-' •*■'■ ■'.->r U -I rur^l in .i!! th<- 



rral wntrr, and 1; 
your livrr. We c 
inarkrt ran etjaal tli< 



yciNv BiTTKHS. gj^ For sale in anv fir«l 

fla«» uili-ion. 

D. P. ROSSI, 

Mini Dupnni St ^ i n rran,.ltLO 

PACIFIC COAST AGENT 




MARKET CONDITIONS 



PACIFIC WINK AND SPIRIT RHVIKW 

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K^■ \\INI':S: 'I'Ikiv :iic no >|i.c-i:il 1. .'il il iv. i>\ lli 
iiiarkt'i sil ii:ii inn ihm sim I'ijiiIi in the l-'rln ini i'\ nnii 
1..T uf ll... liKVlKW. Tin- l.usin..ss lu.s srltir,! ,\.^^ n ^'"'•'l '''- ''"l'^ ll.n,nul,nni ih- C.isl. nil nf whirl, an 



IIISK'i : The j^ciici'al tone of tlic wliisk.v inarki't is 
iii'i-c lijn'c iH'cn sonic (•<)nipl;iiiils as a i-csiilt 
!>(■ I lie a I morn ml w cm Iht, w hich Ims lum sn lin<l as ici make 
Wchroolcrs tVcl ai linnii', lui- s vcral wcrks pasi, luii Ilic 
iiiliiT siilc <<( ill,' |)r(i|i(isii iciii is iliai \\c- arc |piari mm II v in- 



llioioimlily licaltliy liasis, and sn Inii^; as ii is iniiilncicil 
nil ilic |(i-cscnl lines il will |iiiis|ici- as in maiciial rcsiilis 
as well as in llic mallei- nl' rc|inial inn. Sliniilil niie nr linlli 

of llic nicasni-cs linw licl'nir ('nli^rcss, alVcelilli: pnic t'nnils 

and pure wines. Iicccnnc law. ilic iiidiisii-y wniild licnclii 
ciioniKMish . and ai iliis wriiinu, we arc |deascd in sa\ lliai 

lllc nllllnnk fnr raVnialdc le^islalinn was never sn'^ \. ^'"^'1 ^"' ''"^i"^ 

Thcl'urcr seems in have sllflicienl |.lessnre heh i lid '■'■^' '" '"'' ""' '"-""I' «'■'''■ ^'H H'^" '""''l I"' '-XIH-lcd. 

Ihe K.lals hein- I'.L'iMI eases and 'TUl' -allniis. \alned al 

sl<.l.S.-,(i. 

Impniis were nf ^nnd \nliimc. The li^nri s were 1.177 

eases. lM neia\cs. L'r> liarri'ls, S casks ami i' linMslieads. 

l,i(|ii<Miis. 7l';! eases. 



■J. I I inies iniil iiiiicd. \nl w illisiandiii;^ the had wcaliicr. 

( (Piinl i-.^ iva<le has held up Jiandsnnicly. The minin.n ri'j;i(ms 
in Nevada, cs, ■eially (nddticlds and .Manliallan. have dc 
Nclnpcd iiiln valiiahlc iiiaikels. and the prcpaialiniis I'nr 
llic upeiiiii;: nf Ihe .'Jaskaii liiisiiiess ihis spring, indicates 
dial ihi- \nliiiiic will U lar.Lic ('ciilral American Hade is 

lleclinlis ^clii'l-allv li I. 



it lo insure its adnpiinii. while ihc n|ipnsii inn m liic I'lire 

Wine liill seems in he cnliipnscd nnly li,\ a laclinll nf wilie 
men, ciMitcrcd aimni Sandusky. (Miin, w Im slmw lillle com 
ninn sense nr sinccrii\ in ilieir cnnienl inns. 

<>\\illi; In Ihe im|>nllaiice nf ihc I'lllc Wilie liieasllle In 
Ihe illdlislry. we pr.-scnl in ihe fnllnw ini: pa.UCS an e.Xlendcd l':-^!*-''- "^ tniscellaileniis li,|nnrs a.^^,,„,,|ed ,hc v; ■ nf 

rcporl nf the prnceediiius iiefnie I he \\ ays and .Means ( 'mii- ' "' "' 
inittee i>( ilu' Ilniisc. which will lie well In |ireser\e as a 

record. Asidi- frnm ihai Ihe disciissinn is intert'stiii.u and I AI l'< >|;TATI< >\S :- -.March hiisincss Inid up in - ! 

iiistnicli\e. This measure may iini lii> carrieil tliroiiiili al ' shajM'. dcsipjlc Ihe cnnliniie<l had wcalher. and liie niit' 

this scssinii, Imr il ceriainly d( scincs m I.e. I<>"l< «a>< 'K'vcr lielicr U>r cnnliinied pinspei-iiy. Impnrls 

Kxporls hy sea have heeii nf fair vnliime. as slinwn l.y niir f<"' 'li<' monili were nf fair vnlninc. The principal items 

statistical lahles elsewhere. 'I'lic inials were 4(l(; cases and were: <!iii, 1 .(CU cases; l.randy, ."..".(l cases; w iiie, \ U\ cases, 

;{»;4,4SS jiiilions. nf Ihe value of .-iflOS.dC.C.. lm|)nris were >: lasks and r>7s harrels; whisky. 1,477 cases. lM ndavcs. 

14(; cases, S casks and .">7S barrels. '^ <;isks, ■_' lin-;slieads and lT. barrels; lic|neiirs, 7l'H eases; 

Uecei])ls nf wine from inlerior cellars aji<:r,.o;iie,l l.L'lU,- vermonih, 1,0.")(I cases and .". iiarrels; beer, ah' and siniil. (iSl 
:{01 uallnns dnriiii; the innnlli. cases, :!S9 l>arrels and L' hn;;sheads; mineral water. 1.4!t7 
cases. 

SWKETS : — There is notliiiiji' nf siieciaj interest to relate. 

I?usiness is movinji on in the same old wav, and while ,._ ,,,,.. ,„, , , .. , 

,.,. r ,. ^- t . .11 .1 ' 111 O '''''''»■ — 1 lie exiiort trade was pretlv iinod, Inr the sea- 

conditions are far from satisfactorv, still tlicv coiild be a r~\ , , , • . ,,., , , , , , ..^ 

, LJ son, I le tola s beinu 1,{ 4 i)ackaii:es bot(*( an( 88 



l)ac lvalues nottied and 886 
bulk, valued at .'iflLM4S. {''or the same month last year tlu' 
\aliie tiii'iires were fl7,2;?(>. 

lm|(orts of beer, ale and stout were <>''^l cases, 3s;t barrels 
and - lioiislieads. 



fjreat deal worse. The statistical situation is belter than 
for years past, and we believe those who have the destiny 
of this branch of the indiisirv largely iu liand, ar(» stron.u 
('nou<>ii to maintain this ])ositinn. The fate of the jno- 
jjosed Sweet AVine l)ill, aniendiiii: the old measure, is beini; 
watelied witii deep interest, and the latest re]Mirts from 
^^'asiliIlgton indicate that the ineasnie stands a very yond 

chance to become a law . 

Production f)f sweet w ims in the I wo disi rids diiiiiiii ihc The ipiant ity nf .Vmcrican whiskies and s|iirils reiiiaininji' 

m(mth of I'"eliruary, ajijiregated 1 l!l,tK)S. .■"):', gallons. In the in bond in San I'ramisco I'ebrnary I'S, llM)(i, was S7,S17 tax 
same month of last year the ouljnit was 1.'44,.")."58.(I4 gallons, gallons. 

being more than double that of last mnnih. .\ll nf this _ — 

tends In iietter tile market. 



American Whiskies In Bond. 



Wine and Brandy Receipts. 



hanged. Trices remain 
During FebruaiT the 



The recei])ts id' w iiie and brand.v frniii interior cellars 
during the month of January were: W inc. 1.204.801 gal- 
lons; brandv, 8'.t,07.") galbnis. 



BKAXitV:— The situation is unc 
firm witli a tendency to iiarih'ti 
production totalled J4,!>!)1.L' tax gallons, tlie figures for 
February, ItMI."), l)eing L'.^.ltliS. I{eceii)ts from tho interior 

were 8!),()7.'> tax gallons. Kx]iorts were IliO cases and r>l) 

gallons, valued at .1<l.i;i 1. Imimrrs were fair, the aggregate 

being 5.50 cases. Kd. Hammer dcjiarted this week on an extended trip 

There remained of bonded stocks of brandy in the State througli the Southwest, going as far as New Orleans. Mr. 
ou February 28, lOOfi, l,651,:>n8.4 tax gallons. On the same Hammers trij) is made in the interest of Monopnle cham- 
date last year, the figures were 1,8.~)L',047.0 tax gallons, Jtague, of which «'harles .Meinecke ..V: Co. are tlie Pacific 
showing a large falling off for UtOt!. Coast agents. 



PACIFIC WINE AND SPIRIT REVIEW. 



OHIO WINE MEN FIGHTING PURE WINE BILL. 



Tin: M.iallid I'ii.».n I'm. \\ im- Hill, imw iM-fon- ('(Ui 
;;ivs>i, is iiiii'liii;; willi llii- t'X|w'rl«Ml opixiKitiuii friuii 
till- Niitioiiiil Willi- (irnwiTs' Assoiiiitioii, :i!i i>i-;r:iiiizjilii>ii 
laiUfl.v rciilci-iii ariiiiiiii Sainlnskv. Uliin, iiini wliirli wiis 
witliuiii ilitiilii )ir<;aiii/.ft| for tin- |iiir|M>s)- nf r<iiiil>iitiii;: Ic^ 
isliitioii (if tliis iiatiiif. Aflt'ia loii;: im-aiiililf n-^ranliii;; tin- 
i|iialitits i)f Kasii-ni ^^lajM-s as riim|>art(l with tin- (jrajM^s 
of < 'alifoniia, tin* inoicstoi-s show thtir hamls |>lainl_v in 
tlic followiii;; siiiiiiiian : 

■'Grape itrowInK ar.J winp making have always bi-fti eiicouraKt'd by 
Ihe United Staton Govornmeni nn<l throush this encouraRemont mil 
lions of dollars have been invested In the Krowlns "t the ^mpes and 
the maklnR of wino In Slates e^st of the Rocky Mountains and should 
■till bv more encouraged, and we protest aRainsi having the wine 
business placed In the Internal Revenue Department If this bill Is 
for revenue, we prefer to accept the recommendations of the Commis- 
sioner of Internal revenue lo place a tax of 25 cents on each gallon 
of brandy to be used for the fortifying of sweet wines 

"The analysis of a fermented grape Juice made from grapes K'rown 
on the Pacific slope and the Juice produced by grapes grown in the Mid- 

' States shows a vast difference, and we recommend that bill H. R 

••'>t. does not receive consideration by your bononible body nl this 
lime; and not until the various sections In said bill have been cor- 
rected so as to make it possible for the growers and producers of na- 
tl»e wines In the Middle States to produce a wine that will conform 
mod can be classed as a pure wine. The deficiency In the grape Juice 
made from grapes grown in the Middle States should receive serious 
consideration, and provisions should be made for imy deficiency in Hald 
Juice." 

Tliis (i<i4-uiiuMil is si;;mtJ l»y tlie follow iiifi; : 
The A. Schmidt. J & Bros. Wine Company. Sandusky. Ohio; The 
Engels and Krudwig Wine Company, Sandusky. Ohio; The Sweet Val- 
ley Wine Company. Sandusky. Ohio; The Lake Erie Wine Company. 
Sandusky. Ohio; The Duroy & Haines Wine Company. Sandusky. Ohio: 
The M. Hommel Wine Company. Sandusky. Ohio; The Diamond Wine 
Company. Sandusky. Ohio; Jno. G. Dorn Wine Company. Sandusky. 
Ohio; A. Texter & Co.. Sandusky, Ohio; C. Ernsts' Sons. Sandusky. 
Ohio; Edw Moos. Sandusky. Ohio; Edw. L. Steuck. Sandusky. Ohio; 
Geo. Daniels. Sandusky, Ohio; The Kelley Island Wine Company. Kel- 
leys Island. Ohio; The Union Wine Company. Kelleys Island. Ohio: 
The Monarch Wine Company. Kelleys Island. Ohio; Wm F. Becker 
Wine Company, Kelleys Island, Ohio; Schaedler & Rhine Company, 
Kelleys Island, Ohio; Chas Seeholzer, Kelleys Island, Ohio. Chas 
Stokes, Kelleys Island, Ohio; The Sweet Valley Wine Company, Kelleys 
Island, Ohio; A Wcbrle ft Son, Middle Bass, Ohio; Nonh Bass Island 
Wine Company. Isle St George; C G Riedllng. Put-In-Bay. Ohio; Edw 
Kclroer. Put-in-Bay. Ohio; Herman Rwh, Put-in-Bay. Ohio; Geo. Kerry. 
Pnt-ln-Bay, Ohio; The Mlhalovitch-Fletcher Co , Cincinnati. Ohio. Stone 
Hill Wine Company. Hermann. Mo : Brandsvllle Fruit Farm Company. 
Brmndsvllle. Mo." 

The Anu'rinin \\ iiic (Jiuwerx" AHMK-iation on F«'l>rimn 
' Uli niiHW)>nil tin- Xalioiinl As.s<Miatioii in a tlion>u;;hlv 
tii-hisiv)' iiuinnir, ami on |-N-liniar.v iMst, felt callctt n|>on 
i>> is.mif tile follow in;; statiniciit of farts: 

February i\ 190« 
Hon S4-rrno E Payne. Chairman, and MemtM-rs of the Way* %nd M'ans 
Committee, tlouse of Reproaentallves. U S 
|>nt lemon 

Reforrlng to the hearing lM*forr your commlll«* on Pvbruary Ut 
the matter of H R 128<M. 

A BlU. 

"" ' • r.-, artincia! ■ ' ■ ' ' -■ ■■ 

'.'ling, and :: ^ 

. the sale of ' 

.I'c (raffle and foreign trade therein, mnd for other purpa»r» 
We b^g to submit, in addition to the testlmnnv elvpn 'httf few points 
r your favorable conslderallnn 



WH.AT THK mi I VFANS 



wli . 

Wli.. ...... - -., 

terated wines It In u 
producers and of the . 
of a natloiuki wine law lu pruU-eiing (heir ngbta 

2 HOW THE HIM. TAME TO BF MAPK 
The bill was drafted a f 
prominent and practical wit.. 
such a bill by the orKn-' ■ 
Association. The fin: 
and endorsed at the .1' 
York City, on Decemb«-r olh, lUub. as fulluwa. 

••ReBolved That the American Wln«» Omworo" A«*ne|«ttf>n •( 'his 
the.; ':ng. heartily appri' 

wt. Mibmltled lo the 1 

In tl .^. r Representatives 1 ;.• m. ■...-•.- ..4 .;..- /\»»." i. luu .■.- 

hereby arge<l to request ihoir repr««entatlves In Coogr««a to suptiOTl 
and vote for said bill." 

3 THE ADVOCATES OF THE BILL 
The leading wine makers of this country «r«» m»mh*f» of Ih^ Ab!<t1 
can Wine Growers' Association, which 
Pure Wine Bill This Association rep 
per cent of the legitimate wine Indu- 
words, the members of the American W. 
or control from 80 to 90 per cent of t 
wines produced annually In the United Siau-a 

In his last annual report, the Secretary of the AmertCMi Wine 
Growers' Association said: 

"The time has come for this Association lo go before Coasre«a and 
the American people, asking them to supper* ■•- '- — -».._- ._ 
check, if not stop, the immense output of 
wines The makers of such so-called 'wines' :i- 
of honest and legitimate trade, but of public health and moraiur 
i ENEMIES OF A PURE WINE BlU. 
The main opposition to this bill will come, of course, frooi ih'- 
manufacturers and dealers In all kinds of ao-ralled "wines " But thrlr 
prcKluct has no right to be called "wine." for It la not vine la any 
sense of that word 

It Is admitted that a large and proOUkble buslorii!< h.iii tx-^n built 
up In "artiflclal wines." which are described In 8< ) 

One of the centers of the output of what the mak' — ■ .*: 

"pro-wine" Is at Sandusky. Ohio 

In this connection we may call atieptlon 10 a proteM •gminst the 
bill which has been sent out by a body r.i"-- ...... .... v-" — -<' 

Wine Growers" Association of America, of S> 

such protests as this one which shows how th< 

bill are always ready to attack any measurv wblrb »tit p«t « atop lo 

wholesale fraud and deception 

5 THE PROVISIONS " IIIX 

This bill amply protects (ho biisinon- f every leclUmate 

wine maker In the United Stat.- •■ ._-i . .. _ .-, 

cause to fear such a bill !(• i' 
The practical or technical matt. • 
are found In all the European wine laws i 
Italian laws allow what is allowed lo this : 
forbidden In this bill That Is all 

6 WHY THE BlU. 18 NECESSARY 

T^: ' — •',- «|ne trade has ' ' ' -- ' '- 

d< ■ r.dltlon. owing to ' 

nil'. !-.o». which flood ■ 

law will not rrmedy the rvll What t* ocedr<d In *hm liaMvd Uttrnm 

for producers and consumers Is a Pure Wine ta* 

The necessity for doing aomelhlnx 'o lir. -, 
•hould be apparent to rrery member of this 

(Fol.niary 'i' " • • 

r of New Y 
:■ of the chur 
of the "vine" was elder, aolhor Aj» gs«^v tk* cokrt. and «md > 
supplied the BtrstigOi and taste If tbe ronmattlOM vtoe u-. 
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now perniiilcd to be produced and sold witlioul lilndianoe to the 
ptiblic. 

7. WHAT THE HU.h WILL DO. 

We believe lliat the bill will in a large measure accomplish what it 
is intended it should, namely, check the Kreat output of impure and 
adulterated wines In the United States, and have all wines, whether 
pure or arliflcial, sold for what they are. If this measure becomes 
law, it would be a great step forward in the right direction. It would 
l)ring about a much-desired reform in the whole wine Industry. It 
would recognize the ethical right of the consumer to get what he pays 
for and what he wants. 

On -March 1st, IIk- same associaiinn sent to tin- saiiic 
( "oiiiiiiittct' tlic ilciail((l I'casdiis whv ii Ix-licved tlic prolcsl 
of llic National \\ iiic (irowcis" .\ssoiiation to Ik' withoni 
iiicrii. Ill iliis second rcplv the .\nici-iian W'iiK' (irt)wci-s' 
Asscciaiinn fell called n|ioii lo s|pccilicall.v attack liolli the 
niotivt's of all of the protcstants and the inicjirity of some 
of thcni. Tin' rojdy is lu'ic jiivcn in full : 

Office of the Secretary, 215 Broadway. 

New York, March 1. 190C. 

In the matter of the protest, dated Sandusky. Ohio, February ^?•. 
1906, against the Fassett Pure Wine Bill.— H. R. 12868. 

If the signers of this protest want to make and sell pure wines, why 
are they so united in their opposition to the Fassett Pure Wine Bill? 
A mere reading of the provisions of this bill should indicate to any 
intelligent person why the signers of the protest are tip in arms 
against it. 

SOME OF THE MISLEADING STATEMENTS MADE. 

No. 1. The protest starts out by attacking Article 1 of Section 5. 
which reads as follows: 

1. The correction of the must before or during fermentation by the 
addition of pure cane or beet sugar in a solution, which shall not 
increase the volume or quantity of the must or wine more than fifteen 
per centum, for the purpose of correcting and ameliorating the quality 
of the wine. The use of pure cane or beet sugar for this purpose shall 
be limited to the vintage period between the first day of August and 
the first day of January of each year. The materials used for said 
correction are not to-be any of the substances prohibited by Section 
6 of this act. 

The statement is made that, if law, this section "would mean ruin 
to the grape growers and wine producers in all States east of the 
Rocky Mountains, except possibly New York State." 

Of course, this is only a weak effort to create a false alarm. It is 
a mere prediction, and cannot be proved. 

On the other hand, the strongest advocates of this Pure Wine Bill 
are grape growers and wine producers in States east of the Rocky 
Mountains. This section of the bill was drafted by Eastern wine 
growers. Besides, it is absurd to say that the members of the Ameri- 
can Wine Growers' Association (a majority of whom are east of the 
Rocky Mountains) would deliberately ruin their own business. 

No. 2. The statement is made in this Sandusky protest that "it 
would be impossible to produce a so-called pure wine out of the grapes 
grown in the Middle and Eastern States for various reasons." 

Now, what are the reasons? The signers of the Sandusky protest 
do not give a single reason for their assertion. Against such a claim 



may be placed the .simple fact that our wine makers do "i)roduce s 
so-called pure wine out of grapes grown in the Middle and Eastert 
States." They can do It under this bill. 

No. 3. The statement is made that "Norton's Virginia Seedling 
raised extensively in Missouri, New York. Virginia and Ohio, is high 
in saccharine and extracts, but contains no natural juice (?) and could 
not be fermented without the addition of a saccharine solution." 

.lust what the writer of such a sentence is trying to get at it is harci 
to say, but then follows this statement: 

"The fifteen (15) per cent advocated in the Fassett Bill would mak( 
it impossible to ferment this wine, and at least from one-third to one 
half of sugar solution must be added to these grapes to produce a win« 
that can be sold in the market." 

The meaning of this last sentence is perfectly plain. It simply meani 
that the signers of this Sandusky protest could make "sugar wine,' 
that is to say, if permitted to use "from one-third to one-half sugai 
solution," they could increase the volume quantity of their so-callec 
sugar wine just so much. 

No. 4. The statement is made that "Germany and France allow 
the use of pure sugar and water to correct the deficiency in musi 
in grapes grown in years when nature does not supply the correct 
amount of saccharine in the must." 

This is an ingenious but incorrect way of stating the exact fact. Wliil« 
it is true that the German and French wine laws permit a certair 
limited amount of pure sugar to be used to correct the Juice or must 
we defy the signers of the protest to quote any Gennan or Frencl 
law that allows "from one-third to one-half sugar solution." 

On the contrary, the use of sugar in wine making in Germany anc 
France led to such fraud and deception that the wine laws of thos< 
countries had to be changed. Thus, the French wine law, as amendec 
in 1905, allows only under the most rigid supervision of governmeni 
officials the use of a small amount of sugar (about fifteen per cent, as 
provided in the Fassett Wine Bill). WTiat is known as Sugar Win« 
(vin du Sucre) in France is only for home consumption. It is a cheat 
drink for the peasants or working people. It is not allow-ed to be sole 
or put on the market in competition with real wine. It is just such 
imitation "wine" as the signers of this Sandusky protest could make 
by using "from one-third to one-half sugar solution." 

No. 5. The statement is made by the signers of the Sandusky pro 
test that they "prefer to accept the recommendation of the Commis 
sioner of Internal Revenue to place a tax of twenty-five cents on each 
gallon of brandy to be used for the fortifying of sweet wines." 

This alone exposes the pretense and animus of the signers of the 
Sandusky protest. The Commissioner of Internal Revenue will reporl 
how little brandy is ever used by the Sandusky signers in the manu 
facture of their kind of sweet wines, and for a good reason. So that 
in order to get even with all the other 'wine makers of the country 
who must use large quantities of brandy in fortifying their sweet wines 
the Sandusky opponents of the Fassett Pure Wine Bill would like 
the makers of pure sweet wines to pay a high tax on brandy. The 
Sweet Wine Law of 1890 provides that any producer of "pure sweet 
wines" may withdraw wine spirits from any special bonded warehouse 
free of tax under certain regulations. 

This Sweet Wine Law of 1890 also provides that the pure sweet 
wine shall be "fermented grape juice only," and shall contain "no othei 
substance of any kind whatever." The "pure sweet wine" is declared 



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to !>(' till' prodnct wbirh results from the ak-ohulK- fi rm<-iitiiilou u( Ibc 
Juice V-' frvnh Kra|H>8 "trushi'il at the vliieyaril of tin; wine grower." 

If t.ie Saiicliisky iilKners uf the prolcat could cumply wtlli the strict 
provlHluiiH of the sweet wine law of 1890, which actually gives them 
free brandy for making "pure sweet wines." thoy would bo the last 
ones to want a high tax on such a brandy. The fart that they advo- 
cate u lax uf tw>-nty-flve ceniH on eac.i kbH"" of lirandy Is prima fade 
evidence that the Sandusky signers are agitinst making "pure Hwe«t 
wines" according to law. 

Again that part of the sweet wine law which provides for the use 
of wine spirits free of tux for fortifying sweet wines sliall be "at the 
vineyard uf the wine growers," has t>othered some of the signers of 
Uie Sandusky protest. As they had no vineyard, they have tried to 
gel the law amended to suit their peculiar condiliun. We need only 
refer to the Jackson Bill of February. 1904. H. R. 12765; also to the 
Southard Bill of December, 1905. H. R. 4520. relative to tax on wine 
■pirlts. 

ANALYSIS OF WI.NKS REFL'TKS SANUfSKY PROTEST. 
In conclusion, the Sandusky protest presents what is claimed to be 
a correct analysis of a "pure Catawba wine" produced In Ohio. To 
■buw how little there Is In the claim made that the Ohio gnipcs and 
"pure wines" are so different from the grapes and wines of oUier 
Stales, we present bt rewlth a chemical aiiulysls of a Catawba wine prtt- 
duced in New York Slate (see Bulletin No. 59, United States Depart- 
ment of Agriculture, "Composjtlon of American Wines," by W. D. 
Hiflow, page 43). " 

.ilysis of pure Catawba as giveo in the Sandusky protest: 

Specific gravity 0.9948 

Alcohol, grams per 100 c.c : 9 . 01 

Alcohol, per cent by volume 1 1 . 35 

Sugar as dextrose, grams per 100 c.c 0.3 

Volatile acid os acetic, grams per 100 c.c 0.0876 

Fixed acid as tartaric, grains per 100 c.c 0.873 

Total acid, grams per 100 c.c 0.90" 

Extract, grams per 100 c.c 2.53 

Ash. grams per 100 c.c 0.05 

.ilysis of New York Catawba wine as given In the United States 
iNpartment of Agriculture Bulletin: 

Specinc gravity 0.9928 

Alcohol, grams per 100 c.c 10.43 

Alcohol, per cent by volume 13.1.") 

Sugar, grams per 100 c.c trace 

Volatile acid, grams per lOn • 0.068 

Fixed acid, grams per 100 , .0.453 

Total acid, grams per lOO re 0.538 

Extract, grams per lOo c.c 2.17 

Ash, grams per 100 c,c 0.136 

The Bulletin gives the analysis of a Virginia Catawba Jpage 4S) 
U follows: 

Sp*>cinc gravity 0.9902 

Alcohol, grams per li"' .9.94 

Volaiile acid, grams per i 0.159 

Alcohol. |M-r cent by volumi- 12.52 

Sugar, grams per 100 c.c . . 0.00 

Fixed acid, grams per 100 c- 0.426 

Total acid, grams per 100 i 0.624 

Esiract. grams per loo . . .1.40 

A»^. grams per 100 r , 129 



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ABOUT THE SIGNER.'^ ' "■• " 

It may Im- well to ask: W "»' 

the Fassett I'ure Wine Bill' ■ k" 

What do they amount to in the (uiai An. 

We simply point out that tw.r.Ty.lKh- 
in Sandusky and vicinity I 
quarters of the upt>oallion !■■ 

Take ti.' • 'I "A \%li>ri>- ta s<>n iii.n iirm Iain-<i MJin- 

yearn ago was sold at public auclloD, aod It !■ of counu> 

no longer u 

Toe name of "The Sw.-et Valley WiDO Oo." la algned lwlc« to thr 
protest. What about llii- i.imi.any? 

On page 55 of the I< : by the PeDnaylvanla State Drpart- 

ment of Agriculture, M we find the followlnif 



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MAKK5 OM I'ACKAl-.B 



Blackberry Brand v lilickV' 

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Co., isr 

Ohio. 



On page 87 of the same Bulletin Is the following: 



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TATUIB»T. 



Blackbcmr wine Brand : Royal Elk. The 

Sweet Valley Wine 
Co., Kellev'i Island, 
Ohio. 



The name uf ".Mlhalovltch-Fletcher Co." appear* as alsnlas lb* pro- 
test. 

On page 85 of the same Bulletin of the PonnaylTasla Slate Depart- 
ment of Agriculture, we find the following: 



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In conclusion, it is not believed that tliis Sandusky piolest, wliich 
conies troiu a handful of manut'aciureis in one locality, and from those 
whose motives, to say (he least, are suspicious, will receive serious 
consideration from Congress. This opposition to the Fassett Pure 
Wine Bill. li. R. 128(;8. is pretty good evidence thai the signers of the 
piotest are afraid of it. If the bill be<oines a law it would stop dis 
honest competition in the wine trade, and would check the present 
wholesale fraud and imposltioa on the consuming public 

Tlu' law maki'is at Wasliiiifiton .sliould have un (lilliciiliv 
in (h'fidiiii; wliicli side of the luoiinsiiiun lias ihc riulii (if 
llic iiiallfr. Tlic I'asscli nicasnrc Lines no riii-llici- lliaii 
(II call for piiic wiiits, jiiid llic iii.-in ihal is dnin^ iln- Imv 
iiiji is ccriaiiilv < milled lo ihhIicI ion from llic Sialc and 
National jiovcniiiicnis io ihc end iluii his sioinadi and 
puisc Ik' siifc^iiardcd. 'I'lic incasnic was carcfullv drawn. 
and all due i-oiisidcral ion uiNcii ihc jiisi claiins of ihc 
Easlcrn w inc-inakcis as ai^ainsi i hose of the Wesl. The 
aiiiouiil of added siijiar sidiil ion allowed is cerlainl v ain|dc, 
and it uocs withotil saying- thai the jirodtici of a slill liii;hcr 
pcrccnlauc of added sii^ai- could uoi he classified .is •iiui-c 
wine."" 

Aside fiinii llic forciioiiiL; fads (he i-e)(rcseula I i\ e inlcr 
csls arc \iT\ largely in favoi- of the l'"asseli hill, and ii 
should he passed w illhuii further delay. 

'rii(> firms that ha\e iieiiiioned ( 'oiiiircss to jiass the iiill 
are: 

Virginia — Monticello Wine Co. 

North Carolina — Sol. Bear & Co. 

New Jersey — H. T. Dewey & Sons Co. 

New York — Brotherhood Wine Co.. Pleasant Valley Wine Co., Urbana 
Wine Co., New Hammondsport Wine Co.. Germania Wine Cellars, Vine 
City Wine Cellars. Columbia Wine Co., Taylor Winery, Wiiite Top 
Champagne Co., Roualet Wine Co.. Naples Valley Wine Cellars, Chau- 
tauqua Fruit Co., G. E. Ryckman Wine Co.. American Chianti Wine 
Co., Sonoma Wine and Brandy Co. 

Pennsylvania — Lake View Wine Co.. Grimshaw Bros. 

Ohio — The Lenk Wine Co. 

California — California Wine Association. Gundlach-Bundschu Wine 
Co., C. Schilling & Co., Lachman & Jacobi. Consolidated California 
V'ineyard Co.. Wetmore-Bowen Co., Italian-Swiss Colony. California 
Winery, M. A. Eiseman & Co.. St. George Vineyard. Italian Vineyard 
Co.. Charles Stern & Sons. Sierra Madre Vintage Co. 



aide ihai heforc it is o\cr the Wasliinfilon Sunday closing 
law will he found iiioiieral i\ !•. or the saloon men will be 
let alone, ami noi picked out as -'scaite i^oals" for ihe j;(mi- 
eral piihlic. 

Similar coudilions c,\isi in Spokam-. War is on he- 
Iwteii Ihc litpior dealers and ihc men ciii^a^cd in other 
lines of inisiness. Wholesale ai resis of saloonkee])ers have 
hccn made, and the latter say ilicy w ill ictaliate hy closiii}; 
I \cry hnsiness in the city, except those c.xenipl hy law. 



Bioletti's New Wine Cooler. 

FIMODKKK" T. J?l()lJ"n'l of Ihc a;:iiculiural slalf of 
ihe I "iiiversity, has inxcnicd a new winccoolint: ma- 
chine, wliii-h in a 1 'nivcj'sily hullciin is explained as fol 
lows: 

"'riie machine consisls <'sseni iail.v of a cop|)cr tiihe \1-U 
feet loii^ and I'l inches in diameter, ihroniih which the 
wine is ])nm]icd ami which is inclosi-d in a canvas irri- 
liatinji' liose -t inches in diamcicr. ihroULth w hidi cohl water 
Mills in a dirccliim opposite to ihal of the wine. The 
capacity i that is to say, Ihc amoiiiii of w iiie w liicli can he 
cotded in a i;i\'cn liiiiel of any cooler of lliis lype will de- 
pend on the nnnilicr of dcLirces which ihc win<' is lowere<l 
and on the difference of Icnipcialnrc hciwccn the wim- 
and ihc water. ThoiiLih the machine is hy no means cx])cii- 
sive, it conld he made for lilllc imn-c ihaii half ihe cost if ii 
were |(ossil)le lo Use iron pi]ie inslcad of copper tiihiini." 

The machine is said to work very satisfactorily, ('oi)i(s 
of the Imllctin dcscrihini; llic dc\icc can he ohiained hy aji- 
]dyin.ii lo the aiiiicull iiral deparlmcnt of the rni\ersity of 
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THE litpior dealers and the anti-saloon element of Walla 
\\'alla are doinji- sonic strenuous stunts these da\s. 
The statnles of Washiniitoii contain a Sunday closing law 
wliicli has sl('])t pcactdnlly foi- years; hut has recently lieeii 
rejuvenated hy the saloon haters, who have called for ihe 
closiuj;- of saloons on the Siihhath. The li(]noi- dealers did 
not make any special itrotcsi a;nainst the eiiforcemeni of a 
law which L;(>\crns practically all idasses of husiness; lint 
when they wfre compelled to close their hats within the 
stipulated hours and found ihal all other lines of li'adi' 
and traftic were o](eratinji as usual. tlie,\ very pnmiptly 
ina(h' a lii-eat ]irotcsl. This seemed |o accomplish nothinji, 
and after a p'lieral meetin<; of the Walla ^Valla Litiuor 
Dealers" Association, il was decided to ai-rest some uiev- 
chant in amuher line td' trade, and test the law. One of 
the merchants was arrested, and released on $2'-) l)onds. 
He made no defense, and forfeited the bond; as a result 
of the oonference many warrants hav(> been sworn out, anil 
the violators of the Stinday closiiio- law will have a chance 
to jtistify themselves in court. The saloon men announced 
that they would ";:ive the peoph' of Walla Walla enough 
of the Sunday closing law to prevent hacks, express \\agons 
and milk wagons from being run on Sundays." 

The battle is evidently in the first stages, and it is prob- 



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M< KiiiiKHi. "iMHtHtrr-iiicliiff" of iIh- justly ifli-liniliMl 
<*l<| Kirk uliisky. is like tin' (irnk of olil. mi the still liiiiK 
for ill) "iili'n" of siiniriiMii fxcflli'tnf to pn>iM»rly m-t forth 
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mill liiiii;:s ii|i )| ^HHi pni-M- for the linky. Iioufst mini wiiii 
iiii i<|i-a. 



Till- FIcisclimiiii rompaiiy, l-"niut ami Ore^n Ktiwlx. 
I his lily, ciijiiyiil an cxti-llcni tnult* tin- past ilin-*' inonths 
"f I!MM;. I lull r I lie able inana;;ciiiiMit of Mr. .1. K. Il«*hn>n<l. 
till- I'iiritir Coast liraiiili of iliis lioiis«- has ;:rown i-nor 
iiioiisly. ami its spiM-ialtii-s an- now as favonibly knonn 
lirir as ill till- I'^isi. This is a hi;* ai-liif\i*nii'ni for th«' 
i-oiiiparaiivily slmrl tiim- the hratirli |ioiis«' has Ini'II i"*!!!!!)^ 
lisllril liclr. 

As an instaiiK ..; .u. > ^- Ki-«l Top .Mono|Ni|i> 

<'|iampa(;ni-" is mitt in;; with on llm rnritir <*inikI marki-lM. 
<'liarli's .Mfimiki' & <*o. Iia\c Inimi ft»n'«"«l. nifnilv. lo onlir 
a lai-;;i- iiixoin- for»ar<liil liy rail fmni X«'« V<irk «'ily. 
wliirh arrival tins wiik. to uwvt llic (Icmainl iH'lwivn ali 
iii-t sliipnifiits from Kninrf. wbirli an- now on (hi* »iit 
i(iisini-ss with this hoiim* Iiiim bii*n rxcttiliiiKJy phnI mi fur 
this yiiir, the month of Kchriinrv liciny ilir bit-.. - 
liisti>r\, uliilc (hat of .Manlt nan of Miilisfa<'lor« > 

Tin- K. «i. Lyons & Umv-i (*iini|i.nny m «.irl«tl.^I with tIh' 
iniilc i-onilili«inM. Coi 
very pMnl of lat«', Iml if 
bv tlif r\inMiii- Imil wiiiilit-r. I ' 
lillli' i|uift. bill tlif pni«|H. Ih u. 
liN)k for llii> fruit rrop 
wiis iinabb' to miiiri- »«i " 
bniniliiii, (-«inUnlH lunl .MMrnw-hino ohrrrit-^ 



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MK. i;. C. I'I;I1:I:K. one of the i.iunccis of (Mil- \\ 
iiiiliisti\ . \\li<i nlliT iii((i-c tliaii tliiri\ mmis of sli 



E. C. l-*riber Retiring From Business Life. svn.ii.iiir kimwn as ihc Ciiitm ni.i Www Assnciaiidn. nf 

wliicli Ml-. I'lilifr was oiic of llic charlci- iiu'iiihcrs ami 

(lircch.is. 
ri'ii III lS!Mi 111' ri-si;:iicil frinii llic iiiaiiai;ciiiriil of llic ('ali- 

uoiis aclivily lias riliicil trmii Ipiisiiicss. lias (li'|iail( d lor loinia Wine Associal ion lo sci k a iiiiirli iiiiilc.l nsl in an 
an cMciiilcd lOni-oiM-aii li-ip. ai roni|iainf(l hv Mrs. I'rihcr. cxlcnilnl nip lo Soiilliiiti l']iiro|M'. \\ Ikmi lie nl in ncd In 
III .Mr. J'rilicr ilic California wine in<lnsii\ liail aiwa.vs (■slalilisjirij ilic Napa \ Sonoma \\ iuL' Co., alily suiijiorli'd 
an (•iilliusiastir ami ciicruclii- rc|ncs(Miiali\r. .More ilriii 1)\ .Mr. I., -loikcrs, iindcv wliosc mananfiiicnt this linn will 
iliirt.v vcars aiio he was sflccird li.\ dilTcrnit laiyc \ im-yanl <oiiliniic lo siand al lli<- frnm rank of rcprcscnialivc San 

Ciamisro w ilic lionscs. 

In IN'.M) .Ml-. I'rihcr was a|i|ioinicd Nil icnil iiral Com- 
missioner for liic Napa Dislrirl liy Ihc ( ioxcriior of tin 
Slalc. 

Ill tlu' far years to eome, Mr. I'rilx r will lie found listct] 
amoiii;- (he "fathers of the indu.stry." His aim has aiwayg 
heen to plain liic hcsl \ines, lo employ the ])est availahlc 
methods for makinji the \\ine. as wcU as for inadirins it 
and piacini; it niioii tiie mai-kit. lie has always stood foi 
(|iiality and foi' the liitod name of the California wine in- 
duslry. He has earned his coinijeteney, and retires witli 
honor. \\'e\\isli .Mr. I'liher < iod-speed, a pleasant Journey 
and a s:ife return. 




Real Enterprise in San Joaquin. 



owiiei 
their I 
Napa 
Thi 
in till 
melui 
whose 
si.\ oT 



i; . C . P R I B E R 

Ki-tiring Presi.lent oi \he Napa and Sonoma Wine Co, 

•s of \a|ia and Sonoma N'alleys to tind a market for 
products in the l-".astcrii Stales, and he cstahlished the 
and Sonoma NN'ine Comjiany in St. Lonis. 
s honse did excellent \\drk in introducinii <mr >\ ines 
■ Kast. Twentv years a^o this St. I.onis tirm was 



It is said that tive thousand acri s will he ])lan(e(l Id 
viiKs around Maiitcca, Ifijioii ami Kscalon tiiis seasm:. 
This siciiis a laryc acrca;;c to piil in lirapes in one section 
of the country, hut afl( r all it is small compared with Ihc 
soil, 00(1 acres in the county. If our si)il and <-limate arc 
pal I iciilarly adapted lo \iii(s, as we claim, and if we jiavt 
the thrifty population to p't the hrst results out of vines, 
then the larycr area planted the hetter, for in th(> nltimatc 
lest of comi>etition the superiority of San .Toaqnin soil and 
climate for .urajx's and the abnndanee of water Mill tell 
ill onr favor. It is very fortunate' (ov this county that the 
<irape crop of ]!)0.") yiidded such handsome returns. It has 
Inrned attention to this source of revenue, increased the 
value of land adapted to grapes and been the cause of 
])lantiny- thousands of acres to new vines. It means that 
naiiy acres taken from jirain. It means a specialization 



(1 with the Xapa A'alley Wine ( "o. of San I''rancisco, 

• manager .Mr. I'riher was. until the latter tirm. with that couti-ihuies toward diversification. — Stoclfnii Iitdr 

her lai-iic wine houses of >Jaii I'rancisco, f-irimd the in mU nl. 




"Paul Masson" 

CHAMPAGNES 



The Pride of 
California" 



Extra Dry, Sparkling Burgundy 
Ceil de Perdrix... 

The Best Sparkling Wines Praduced in America 



PAUL MASSON CHAMPAGNE COMPANY 
San Jose, California 



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P C ROSSI, PRESIDENT 



A, SBARBORO, SECRETARY 



Ttalian'$u)i$$ Colony 



LARGEST PRODUCERS OF THE FINEST 



California mines and Brandies 

Vinryarils, Winrrics and Cellaro at Asti, Kulton, CloverJalc and Scbaitapol in Sonoma Coonty ; Msdcm, Madera Counl> . 
Scliiia and Kingsbury in Fresno County and I.emoore in Kinj{» County. Cahrorni* 



PRODUCERS OF 



Natuially KcimcnlcJ 
in Bollln 



Sparkling Champagnes, Sweet or Dry 




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^f^3»l. 



r.RAND DIPLOMA OF HONOR. C»iioa. luly. !«♦»• COl.D MKOAL. r>»Nl«. Irrlaad. ■•*>. COLD MEDAL. CAL, MIOW. rAIB. i^( 

r.OLn MEDAL. COLOMBIAN EXPOSITION i*ij r.ot.n MFP At. TIRI V :*>• SII.VEt MEDAL. ■OBDEAl'X •?•■'• ■'-- 

SPECIALTIES or THE COLONY 

Cbablis, Cipo Cbianti and Jlitar mines 

p. C. ROSSI VERMOUTH AND FERNET-AMARO 

PROPRIETORS or THt AMERICAN VINTAGt COMPANY 

Office and Salesrooms: Corner Biitterv and CirccnuMcb Sis.. San TMncisco. Cal. 

V»y.TS 1 235 1267 B»TTtnY ST 101 ' 69 GRCINVKiC h St i 334 1 336 •ANtOME St 

NFW vnRK nrrirr it and ^'\ LAIC, ht ST 



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Some Facts about Yeast. wlicn. ihtciiij:h ilic inr.cdi ilic ;::is crciiicd. ii is cmsi nfv ;i 
Iiiids in iis iiiiii, Imili mull ipl villi; llic iitlsprinj:. 

E. O .Schrauhsladter of Ftnkc't Widow. All IllUSis ;!.'< 1 llc\ ((illlc frnlil 1 lie pl'cs.s liaVC. llo\\ cv 

iicsidcs vi'iisls, wliicli iiiiiv lie iiood. Iiad hi- hidillcrciit, bi 

j:AS'r is ii fiiu^i alM.iil .(HMi mill, in dinnicliT. It is Iri-in and f'liii.ui. Snni<-tini<'s. csiK.rially at llic liciiinninfj 

Uul a short time ai:<> i ls:!(;-;;7 i lliai Sdiwan \ < 'a 'I'"' IVinirnlai ion. llu' fun^i :iiid lia< iciia an- in jivcal 

.HUard-Laloui- ivcojini/,cd veast as plant iilV wiiiih i;i-o\\s iiiiani il ics oi- iicilci- nouiishcd llian llic yc-asi and pi'c.v 

throuiili lmddiu,u-, ft'cdiu};- on sujiar and sc-ircjial in-: il inln il"' ycasi or rcinimi ijic win.'. 'I'iius «!• oliiain nionl( 

alcoliol and cai-luniic acid -ias. Tlirir work, howcvci-. re- siriuiiv. soni- oi- liii ht wines, jnsi as ihr mould luni:i, vii 

ccivcd a s<Tio\is sctiia.k hy the work ot ihr lanuais cluMnist, iii"-. Iiil Icr or ot iin- hadcria -n llic njipcr hand. lOxpc 

Liebi«;- in ls:5<». w iio mainlaiiicd dial il was not tiirouyli mcnts have shown ihal nnd.'i- favoialilc circinnslaiK 

tlic <;rowili of liic ycasi cell ihal sii-ar was dianjicd into inucor iiicccliuin in mnsi will -o into ycasi shape, tiniii 

alcoiud and carlionic acid -as, Imi liic chcmica! action of mnch lar.y-ei', and prodnc.^ .ilcohol up lo S \oinnic per cci 

its weak nutritous coni]iosii ion. In his work lie pokes fun The kinds of ycasi used in rcrmiiiiinu w iiies are divid 

at Schwan in wliich he says: "'rhis animal he i Schwa n i inio two forms — Saccharoniyces I'astoi'ianns. oi' icd \vi 

lias soi'n catiiiii snuar and ])assin5j; away alcohol Ihronuh yeasi, ami Saccharoniyces Kllyiisiodcus, cu' while wi 

(me opcninji' and carbonic acid Ihronjih tile other." Il was yeasi, both of whicli have many varieties and (|inditii 

not until ISdO that TJebin's theories were distnibcd by that The while w ine yeasi is oval shaped i see Fiir. Til. ). and t 

eminent man I'astenr, who. tlii'onj;li a series of conclusive red wine ]troloniiated i see I'i;:. IX'.i. 

experiments, denionstraled the correctness of Schwan and Plenty of swindlers have been b.und who iiave advi 

('aiinard-LatouFs theories. ljs,.,i .Johannisber--cr, Traminer and Hnrnua.ly yeast, et 

Professor K. Hansen of ("o])enhaucn made a close study claiming- that one could make Schloss .lohannisberi!; wim 

of the ditl'erent yeasts and oriii'inated the yeast culture from etc.. by their use. The brief sketch I have uiven will readi 

one individual cell. It is his work (hat has made the mod- show that there is no truth to il. The same insect that ci 

ern brewery a staple business, as throujih the use of eul- ried the yeast to a Johannisberji rieslinji- wine, could ha 

tured uninfected beer yeasts, poor fernu-ntation from wild ])laced it on a Traminer j;i-a]ie. etc. The classiticatir 

yeasts is a thinji of the ])ast. therefore, can oidy be made by makiuii- ptire cultures ai 

It is not until recent years ihat any attention has iieen studying their ]»eculiarities, and thus some e.xcel lent yeas 

■iiven to cultured yeast in the wine industry, as the acids iiavc lieen oliiained ; such as Woriuiann's Opi.enlieimc 

(malic, tartaric and tannin l of the must prevent the Kreiitz, wiiicli will produce 11.7 \olume pei- cent alcolK 

ijrowth of a great number of bacteria which liives yeast a while we have cultured a champagne yeast wiiose clii 

better chance in the strusif.de of existence. characteristics are its <;ood renuentation under pressn 







S<'~ 



O^^ c?^ 



.■\, bufldlniJiell. B, mothercell. C, colony. 



O^Oo ^- 



Veasi is found all over, in the air and j;roiiiid. When if and i^ood sellliiii; ( disj;(ir,i;in.i: i pro|)erl ies. 

has no substance to feed from, the pr<ii)oplasm se])arates Veast is jienerally apjilied in (piantities of one-iiuarter 

( see Fig. II ), thus forming- spores ( wintering form I, which one half \wv cent to the must. Larger (piantities give t( 

are capable of withstanding great amounts of heat or cold, stormy a fernientai ion. whereiiy a large part of the mo 

The cells are carried by the wind or insects, on the grape valued ingredient, the iiou(|uet. is lost. While it is tri 

berries, where, when they come in contact with the moist- that yeasts produce bou(|uets, these seeondy boii(|uets (i 

ure, the cells break and the spores bud, getting nourish- they are termed) are almost all lexcejit in cliampagnc 

ment from the sugar in tlie berries. Thus, after the grapes lost in the rackings. 

are crusln-d and the must extracted, it already' contains In making pure cultured yeast tiie musts used are p? 

yeast. Aiioni l'.') ('. in the iiiusi is best foi- its sjieedy teurized. This, of course, is not aitplicable in regular wi: 

growth. This does not mean that the fermenting cellars making. However, we can readily see that the suit 

.should be heated to 25 , for in fermentation yeast creates amount of cultured yeast induced into the must being w< 

heat, so that when the cellar shows !."> ('. the must may fed. strong and healthy, will make headway more rapid' 

show 25^ C, varying according to the size of the tank. \\ ihan that which nature has juovided, and to all practic 

40^ C. in the must, fermentation ceases. pur])oses do the fermenting. ; 

Its growth is a ^ery rapid one through ihe binhling of Wines made with good cultnn-d yeasts ferment quicki 

the mother cell (see I'ig I. ), enlarged 800 times. leave smaller traces of sugar, are sounder, clear better a| 

Tlie Toung cell soon becomes as large as the mother cell are more quickly aged than others. | 



PXril'IC- WINK AND SPIRIT RHXIF.W IT 

B. C. Priber Retires From business. No liccr War I lirealcncd. 

A > ;iiiii..iiiit<<l rlstwlu T.-, Mr. i:. r. I'l-ilMT. I'n-si.U'iii of pi (JHT Su|M» |iiiiMi> aini ili.- ...lumiis ..i ii..- I.m.iI 

H III.' Niipa \ Soil :i Will.- ("uinpimv. ami .iiu- of it- f -lailii-x liav.- Uiii .l.rlariin; .Inriiij; \\u- |«isl f.-w wttkn 

ouiiilns. has ittii-.d from tin- .ompaiiv ami pun- on an ilnii a Immt war of ..xii-..|ii«- liitti rn.-KH wonUlU' iiiaUKUnili-*! 

xt<ii«l'<l trip lo Kiiiopr. a<(oiii|iiiniiil l>v liis wif.-. Tli.- ,,„ |»„j,,., Soiiml U-t\\.i-n lli.- San l'nimiH<o Hrfw.rs. 

aaiiap'imni of iliis lii;; iiistiliilion now dcvolvrs on 1. Limilcl. ami tin- varLan* Soiiml hn-wt-rK win. have invailiMl 

Jm-kfis. who. sim-f th.- or-;ani/.aiion .f ilu- ...inpanv. lias ,|,i^ niarkH wiili iht-ir iM-t-rs. Un tin- Uuv of tin- nturuf.. 

iKi'n its altii- soii'iai V. Mr. .loi krrs is now prtsi.icni ami d,,. sioiv apprar.il lo Ik- inn-, lait Mamip-r Ttiiii Alton of 

ji'inral maiiapr of tin- insiiiiition. 'Iliat il will Im- wi-ll ,i„. snn I'nim is<o Hn-w«-rs. Liinin-«l. hiivh tln-n- in nolhiti): 

iiaiia^:iil ii'Hs wilhont sji.vin;;. U.v n-ason of ihi- fan thai « hnitvcr in iln- sioiv. Tin- lM-<r lljihi was orit:iiialti! in tin- 

>lr. .lo. kt IS is ..in- ..f tin- ahl.si. ni.>si .-ni. rprisiii}:. .-mr ,„i,„| ,,f s.nn.- S.-alll.- n-porti-r wh.t .■•tmlii.li-«l that lM-.aiiH«' 

;«'ti. ami sin-.-.ssfnl of ili.- .voiiii;:.'r im-n in tin- California ,|„. San I'lamis... I.r.-w.-rs w.-n- pnltiii;; in a l.ij: iMitlliiic 

Vim- hiisin.ss. \\i- .•..iiliihiillv .-xp«-«l l.> s.-.- him niaki- a |,ij,ni ..n ih.- S.inn.l it must Ih- .-.Ttain that tlicv wi-n- th«-n- 

;.nm1 l.roa.l mark in ili.- laisin.-ss worl.l. ami li.- ..rlainl.v f,,,. ,|„. ,,„,.|m,s<- ..f war. Mr. Alton stat«t« that thev h»%.- 

Ills 111.- I"*'! ttish.-s of Ih.- K'KviKW. ;, j,rM„| .j.-maml f.>r th<-ir iNi-r in that market, am) ar»- 

simplv a nan;; in;: io pmix-rlv liaiKJh- tin- IniKJnoMs. 

Will Report Free Alcohol Lliil. . ____J_ 



W' ASIll.MiTnN. .Mar -ir Th.- fr.-.- ah-. snl...,m These Rer><)ns D.Jiit Want Much, 

millft- of 111.- lions.' ( '.Miiniitl.'f .>ii Wavs ami .M.-aiis, • 

• >.la\ a;;r.-.-.l lo r.pori a fr.-.- ahohot liili lo ih.- full <oiii l,.\ i;i;.\Mii;. nn-,. .Man-h 10.— .V |H-titinn i»« Ih-Iiik rir 

iiitl..- W'.ilm-s.la.v m-xi. li is pic.li.ii-il iln- ilV.-.i of th.- .iilat.-tl to Ih- pit-s«-ni.-<l io Ih.- fil.v ('.nintil axkiiic it to 

•ill will 111- a r.'voliilion in In at in;;. ii;;hiin;; ami fiiriiishiii;; lais.- sahmn li.-.-ns.-s from JfHMl io $1.00(1 a vi-ar. or IMMHi 

lU'l for mot. lis. as ah-ohol will h.- .'h.-a|H-r than k.-ros.-n.- for six moiiihs. Tin- p.-iilimi also wish.-s ili<- liohl<-r of n 

lil or ;;as.iliii.- ami .an li*- ma.h- from aiiv ;;rain. v.-^.-lalilc. li.-.-ns.- I1.111.I.-.I so thai In- .an In- In-I.l ri-s|Minsili|i- for inoni-y 

-.Mit <ir fniil .'onlainin;; slar.li. Th.- hill is li.-in;; f.in;;lit liy lost al ;;;inililiii;; in his s4il.Nin, op for ilnniap-s .l('iiiiiiii|i-<i 

he W. 1.1.1 .Miiihol Trust ami Siamlar.l nil, Inii is .■xp.-.-t.-.l liv tin- wife, family .ir ri-laiiv.- .if any |N'rM>ii wli.i Ih uilowi'il 

<> |Hiss. Its su«'<'i-ss w.iiil.l il.iiilitl.-ss pni Ih.- w.i.i.l al.-ohol i.i li.*.-.iim- iiiloxi.atc.l in his s.-ilo.i!i nr fnr th«> hiiIp of in- 



CHARLES IVIEINECKE & CO. 

314 SACRAMENTO STREET. SAN FRANCISCO 






Sole Airents Pacific Coast for 



DUFF GORDON SHERRY" 

FROM DUFF GORDON A. CO , PORT ST MARY S. SPAIN 



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SWAN GIN" 



FROM J. J. MEDER \ ZOON SCHIEDAM, HOLLAND 



"BooRD'S" Old Tom and Dry Gins 



FROM BOORD A. SON. LONDON. ENGLAND 



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WHITE HORSE CELLAR 

Scotch Whiskey 



FROM MACKIE &. CO.. ISLAY. SCOTLAND 



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-v:v^^;^/!!^ND NOTE/ 



^'•X fe; 



Mr. A. J.. Ihiwlrr, iiiaiiaji;('r of tlic r.nitio Coast braucl 
cif Cliirk HrotlK'is, arrived in Tcoria this week after a ver,\ 
lir(»lital)li' tri]) liiroujili the Xdrllnvcstcni States in the in 
Icrest of his linn. .Mr. Dowlrr will |inili,ilil v lie lidine ajraii 
in tlu' conrse of a few (la\s. s 



.1. [■'. .Murnnev. i'resideni of the Josse Mooro-llnnt Com- 
pany, after eonelnilin.i: the |nireiiase of the business of tlie 
II. J. \\dolaeott Comiiany of I.os Ani;cles. look a Hying 



Husiness witli tlie fann)ns old lionse of \'i;;nier ronii)air 
is excellent, thoniih the i-ains nf ihe |iiisl I w o weeks liavp 
in a nieasnre, interfere<l \\itli the iransaeijun i>f eountr; 
liusiness; still, tlic movement of ^oods in oilier lines liai 
been satisfactory, i)articnlarly can this be said of Veun 



business trip through Arizona and New Mexico. He is Cliquot champagne, wliich is showing a most gratifying in 
exju'cted to return in the fore pari of Ai>ril. crease in iiojinlarity and consei|nent eidai'ged demand. 



W. H. McBRAYER'S 



CEDAR BROOK 




Hand Made Sour Mash 






Distributed in 


OTTLED-IN-BOND 


carefully packed cases 
following sizes: 




1 Doz. Quarts 




2 " Pints 


The best known Brand 


4 " Half Pints 


in the World 


"wm^ 


AND 

Most popular Whiskey 


Bottles and Cases 
Stamped and 


on the Pacific Coast. 


Branded by 

The United States 




Government 




giving 


ADDRESS 


Complete History 


For Prices and Particulars 


of contents. 



Hilbert Mercantile Co. L^a^„ V^rt„^c!s%r ca.: 

DISTRIBUTORS FOR CALIFORNIA AND THE ORIENT. 



B ARRETT CHi 



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43 Front Street, New York 

BARRETT'S UNRIVALLED BLENDING CORDIAL 

"THE RECOGNIZED STANDARD" 

CHAS. MEINECKE & CO., Sole Agents Pacific Coast 314 Sacramento Street, SAN FRANCISCO, CAI 



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UvrUii .t Ix-porl . . . 
Itallun-Swlsii Colony 
D. D« Hernnrill . . . 

Victoria: 

Clocco & Iximbartll 
LAchman & Jacobl. 

ITnlon Wine Co 

Berlin & L.eporl. . . 



Kevelntukv: 

D. De Bernard 1 



III I \ M I I I 



I'apeetc; 

French- American Wine Co 
Ciillfornlii Wine Annooliillnn 
I- S. ! llllnit A Co. . . 
I-. ' u; in & Jaoobl. . 
!■ .:i i:. Hwl»» Colony 

Siilmi.-lrllc.v 

Itallan-Swl»a Colony 



To HonKkonc: 

California WIno 
To Hnnkuw: 

Ciilirornio WIfit 



rlnllol. 

H'latl.'i 



'aiieii. Oalloni. 

■• 100 



to 

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62 
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To Honolulu 
To Hllo . . . 
To Kahulul 



Cases. Gallonn. 



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600 Coirornn * Croci- 



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We have largely increased our facilities for storing, handling, maturing 
and shipping our products. Wc have added considerable space, and our 
accommodations in our new ** Bacchus Cellars" are simply perfect, and 
our California Wines and Brandies are as choice and well selected as 
ever. Give us a call! 



New York Office ind CtlUrs : 
Cor. Watts ind Washir\gtor\ Sts. 



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Tt» » UN IK Al, \ >li;i«l« \. 

Acajutlii: 

CiUlfoinlu Wliu' 

Hellnianii Bins 

ll:illan-S\vlss Colony 

C. SehllllnK *i Co 

Crown Distllli-rlos Co 

Cliampcrico: 

Italian-Swiss Colony 

C. Schilling & Co 

Geortrc A. Moore & Co 

Crown Distilleries Co 

Mohns, Frese Co 

California Wine Association. 
I'linta Arenas: 

L»icliman & Jaoobi 

I«istreto & Co 

Wm. HoelScher & Co 



1 Oorinlo ; 

I.«iolunan & Jarobl 

C. Schilling vV: Co 

C.unfUach-Bundschu Co 

California Wine Ass4><-iatlon 
1 Ixi Union; 

C. Schilling & Co 

California Wine Association. 

Criindlaeh-Bnndtchu Co 

Felix Santalller 

1 Buenavontuia: 

bastreto & Co 

. Amapala: 

Gundlach-Bundschu Co 

l.astreto & Co 

C. Schilling & Co 

) San Jose de Guatemala: 

Gundlach-Bundsclui Co 

C. Schilling- <« Co 

Crown Distilleries Co 

Thannliauser & Co 



CalifornI; 

L^icliman .^t J; 
Panama: 

A. Rcpsold . . 

Maldonado i^i: 
San Juan del Sur 



Wine .\ssociation 



TO MK.XICO. 



To Salinas Cruz: 

C. A. Hooper & Co 

To Ocos: 

Gundlach-Bundschu Co. . . 
To San Benito: 

H. FrapsUi &■ Co 

California Wine Associati 

Swiss-.Vm.-ri.Mii ^^■ine Cn 



2S0 
411 

:ui7 

101 





3011 


I 


20(1 -J 

I3:i 


2 


i.=>n '' 

050 




248 


21 


OT.x ■ 
7^4 ., 



.Vcapulto: 

W. Loalza & Co 

California Wine Association. 
San Bias: 

Maldonado & Co 

Mazallan: 

California Winery 

\V. Loalza & Co 

Maldonado & Co 



isoclati.in 
Guavmas: 

\V. I.oaiza & Co 

Maldonado & Co 

Wellman, Peck & Co 

riiannhauscr & Co 

Swlss-.Vmerican Wine Co... 
Santa Kosalla:. 

Felix Santalller 

Maldonado & Co 

.\ltala: 

MaUlonado & Co 

California Wine Association. 
I -I Paz: 

Maldonado .«i Co 

B. Frapolii .t Co 

Topolobampo: 

Wellman. Peck *: Co 

Witmore. Bowen & Co 



>IIS<KI.I.AM';or.«< WINK EXPORT? 

.\pia: 

Gundlacli-Bundschu Co 

California Wine Association 

B. Frapolii & Co 

Clipperton Islands: 

Pacific Pliosphate Co 

Genoa, Italy: 

L. Lariosa 

Manila: 

California Wine .Association 

.Mollcndii: 

Wm. Cluff At Co 



I -a go Pago: 

Goldberg-. Bowen cVi Co. 
Gundlacli-Bundschu Co. . 



'ci Samai-ang: 

C. Si-liilli 
.. Vladivostok: 




IJ. aoter and high standing to KJEATUCKV WHISKIES which they now enjoy. 



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TO MM I II t MKHII At 



Ttl HAWAIIAN l*KA!VO<l. 

Totol 

Value 

MIJirBI.LANliOl H. 
I<> ALAMKAl 

Wlrhmiin. LulK)*!! 4 Co 
ro DltlTi<>ii «-ni.iMiii\t 



■ I.- ii 

\t KrI. 



ro < KNTHAI. \MKIII<'«| 



SO 
tl.CU 



S c* Mliirriil Wnter 
..S CK <Srn|><> Jiili'"- 



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Crown Dlmllli-rleii C'>> 
Crown Dimillcrlcii C.. 

Mohnii. F'rrne f'o 

Uuncllnoh-RiinUKchu <" 

C. I). Hunker 

UtlM. .\|rAIII*(>-r A I-.' 

CHIKAl 

Imperial Caah Slorr 
Southprn Pacinc Co 

A J hanicrn. . . 
II (Mill HGi 

iI'.l.llitTK. Bowon A <■ 
J » r w I 

S. Konter * Co 

Mattnon * Co 

<Jol(lt>er|t. Bowrn A '" 



A. J. RAnken 

J. C Sloirfrled A Co. 
R T Olihl 



r» (irapi- Julf 



MKXUOl 

Callfurnla WInr AssoclHtltui 
A. FInkcii Widow 



"A" 



A Co 



TT. ir.r, ', ujllcr 

w • :;!i; .n. Peck & r. 

\\ • liri, ri Pock It C. 
W 1... ,iza & Co 

Sw.ivn.-. Hoyt \- r.i 

C. A. Hoop.r 

Wm. Cluff A I-., . 

onu. McAlllm-r & c. 
PIIII.IPPIMK IMLAXDN: 

HoldbcTK. Bow.-n A <■■ 

■■A" 

K.'!<inl>latt C.i 

HOITII AMERICA) 

W oilman. Pork A C. 
TVIIITIl 

A- Jarquem.irt 

rMPPKKT«> INI.AMO: 

Paclll,- P|i..(i|.hiiIo C. 

\PIAl 

"iMKKonhelm A Co . 
J. .tin \Vl(?htmnn A C" 
UAWAIIAN iSLAM»'i 



M . ■■ . ~ .>i .\ 
M.. li. 11. M. W 

I l>hl CInBor Al.- 

2 est Mlnvrul Walor 

I <■» HI Horn 

11 c» Mlnornl Wnlor 

1 CK iJInxer Alo 

I bhl CMor, 1 bhl (llnKor Alo 



1 c» Cherrim Ir 



235 



Oil 



fi CK Chrrrlc» In M 
. . . .5 en GInRer Alo 
2 m Alcohol 



S en 4 bblii 

. ..a08 C8 OIn. 1(1 CR 
Mineral Wntor Ift o, . 
. .22 CK Coir- ■ ■ ' ■ - ■ 



111 koKK s" 
BRRR. 



-K^iTRAI. AMKHICAi 



\t. 



TO t lll*\ Ki 

\ T luifl Sjinlii Ko It I: 

TO ii\\\«ii\^ ifii.AKn<> 

T<l J «■• «\ I 

V T .incl Sanl.i f-- H H 

T«i riiii.ippiKK lAi.A^n.Hi 

A T and Sunia Ko H II 
Houlhrrn PnclOc Co 
Ml VROlLl 



240 
440 



120 

I 
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«i".lll.. rk- Bowen * 
TO TAIII'll' 

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Sherwood A .'• 
Cerutll Mtci.i 
Wichman. Liiiw 
MInrellnnooux 

CHITkAl 

Crown Dlmill. 

<T IPPKRTON lol 



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I i:> I M 1 1 ( «ii M i< \ 



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J»PA.\l 

• ■rown Dlatllllnc Co 

MEXICO I 

Qundlnch, l)iindiio|i> 
Crown OlmlllinK <'■■ 
Wm. Wolff A c. 
Haalctt W. II. ('•■ 
Maldonado A Co. 
W. I»alu A Co . 
Wellman, Pock a c. 

MAMILAi 

Sherwood A 8hrrw.< 
lla»le(t W. H. Co . 
Crown DIatlllorio* i: 

VLADIVOHTOKi 



"A" 

Wm Wolff A 




I.O.M.\ PRIETA LIMBFR CO. 

I^edivood Lumber. Telegraph VoUs. Shingles. 
Shakes and T^osis, Also 

.< Gr^ipe Stnkes .< 

2x2 4 Ft. Loiig, 2x2 -J Fu Lor.g, Ixl O Ft. Long; 
S<juirt Ends, or Ont End Pointed 



CAPITOLA. 



POST orricc aooncss 

S.^NTA Cruz, c.w if 



i <tiblnhr(l li'. I 



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V\'INi:S AM) r>RAM)ll:5 

siv> m(>ntoomi;k\ 3rki:RT 

San Francisco. Cal, 



TELEPHONE ^%^^^ 
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TO » i;> ruAi 

Aeajutia: 

Callfiillila Willi' Assoilallon . 

Hellmanii Bros 

Italian-Swiss Colony 

C. Schilling & Co 

Crown Dislilltrles Co 

Cliampcrico: 

Italian-Swiss Colony 

C. SclilllinB & Co 

GeorKC- A. Moore & Co 

Crown Distilleries Co 

Mohns, Frese Co 

California Wine Association.. 
I'unta Arenas: 

ijiicliinan & Jacobl 



VMIJUII A. 



etc .fc Co. 



Wm. HoclSclie 
I Corlnio : 

L.iU'liman & Jaiobl 

C. SoliillinK & Co 

rtuiuilacli-Ilundsclui Co 

California Wine Association 
> Ixi I'nion: 

C. Schilling & Co 

California Wine Assncialir>n . 

Giindlach-Bnnd^chu Co 

Felix Santalller 

1 Uuenavenliira: 

l.,astreto & Co 

I Amapala: 

Ciundlach-Bundsoliii Co 

l.astrcto & Co 

C. Schilling: & Co 

1 San Jose de Guatemala: 

Gundlacli-Bundsclni Co 

C. Schilling & Co 

Crown Distilleries Co 

Thannliauser & Co 

) .\ncon: 

California Wine .\ssociation . 

L.achman <t Jacobl 

) Panama: 

A. Rcpsold 

Maldonado & Co 

Juan del Sur: 



-A" 



TO MK.VICO. 



To Salinas Cruz: 

C. A. Hooper & Co 

To Ocos: 

Gundlach-Bundschu Co. . . 
To San Benito: 

M. Frapolli &• Co 

California Wine Associati 

Swiss-Am. ri.-nn Winp iv, 



411 
3 '.1 7 
101 

57!i 

no 



2,20C 
210 
230 



l.UOII 
•lllU 



Acapulco: 

W. Luaiza & Co. . 

California Wine 
San Bias: 

Maldonado & Co. 
.Mazallan: 

California Winery 

W. I.oalza & Co. 

Maldonado & Co. 
Port Angel: 

California 



Cases. Gallons 



W. 



Wine . 
& Co 



.Maldonado & Cu 
Wellman. Peck & Co 



Swiss-American Wlr 



Salltii 



Ho 



ill;i 



l'\-lix SaiUallici- 

Maldonado «: Co 

Altata: 

Maldonado & Co 

California Wine Association. 
1^1 Paz: 

Maldonado * Co 

B. Frapolli & Co 

'I'opolnbampo: 

Wellman. Peck ..t Co 

Wctmorc. Bowcn & Co 



MISCEI.I.ANKOIS WIKB EXPOIIT! 

.\pia; 

Gundlach-Bundschu Co 

California Wine Association 

B. Frapolli & Co 

Clipperton Islands: 

Pacific Phosphate Co 

Genoa. Italy: 

I^. Lariosa 

Manila: 

California Wine Association 

Mollcndo: 

Wm. ClufT * Co 

Pago Pago: 

Goldberg. Bo wen «r Co 

Gundlach-Bundschu Co 

Siimarang: 

C. Schilling & Co 

Vladivostok: 




T7ie*e Whiskies arc made in the Famous '• BLVE GBASS BEGloy" so 

jK.-i'h/ celebra'ed as the home of the fitiesi Whiskies in the World, and 

■whiih have been J or the last Century, recognised as such, giving the char- 

!), acter and high standing to KEXTUCKT WHISKIES ivhich they now enjoy. 



THESE TAMOUS WHISKIES CAN BE HAD IN LOTS TO SUIT THE TRADE 



PACIFIC WINE AND SPIRIT RKVIKW. 



II t WAIIAK l<tI.tM>o 

TolAl 

Vulue 

ltlK<-KI.I.AKIiUll«. 
ALAHKAi 

WIchmnn. Lutcvn ft Co 
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.; lU- lir.iMni; '■ ■ 



Crown Dlmillprleii ('<> 
Crown I)lHllll<-rlfii C.. 
.M.liiif. Krme Co. , , 
' ' Bundiirhii ('■• 

ker 

MllHtrr A C 



IIIN \i 
Imparinl Caah Store. 
Southern Paclflc Co. 



SO 
II.OI 



i ca Mineral Water 
. .5 c» rirape Julr<- 



"A" 

.V J n.ink.n 
IliMIII Htii 

(;..i.ii..rK n.'w 
J »p*\i 

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t en Ornpr Juice 


A J Hank. 11 

J. C SI.-Kfrl.-.l A ■ 

B. T. <>i»hl 






.... L's K>l- <-i,l.-r 

5 m Mineral Wiiler 

&o mk* Snke 


WKXU'Ol 

California Wine AMucUtU 

A. KInkeii Widow 

"A- 

Tt, 1 Tin n inner * C<> 
W ■ ;;m. in. Peck * <••> 


i ca 


T c« MInernI Water 

. .; en Chiimprntne 

.... 6 kRK Coicnnr 

. M.rr.e!. In M. .10 in .M. W 

Ch«rrleii In M.. 19 in M W 

1 hhl CInirer .\l.. 


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..II ca MInernI WiiK-r 


' 'ti^ .M Mllnt.r A: Co ! 


r« M. W.. 1 


hbl 


Clrler. 1 bbl Olnner At' 



Til out I'll \ ttKHII A I 

\N Ml . lu(T A O" 
T« r\«;«> fAUOl 

li'il.lli. ri: Bowen ft 
TO TAHITI I 

John Itapp A ~ 

Krederlrkalmr.. 

Hnn l''rancla4->> 



AI.AIIKAi 

Sherwood ft HIkth.. 
Cerutll Mert-nnllle c 
WIchmnn, iMtK^n * ■ 
.Mlio-ellnnoou* . 

riii^Ai 

Cr..»-ii nintlllerle* c.. 
I I irPKKTOX l<tl.\Kll4 



ri-. 



II \ W til \N l«l.\MI« 
I >..M'ltAI. .tMKHK t> 

A. T and Siint.i K.- 
Crown Dlmllllnic Cm 
Hniiletl. W. 11. C. 
Illrnm Walker * Bor 
JArA.\i 

I'r-.wn DIatlllInK Ci< 

MCXICUi 

Uundlnch. iliindiiciii. 
Crown DlRtlllltiK <"•• 
Wm. Wolff A c.. 
Haalctl W H c.. 
Mnldonado ft (^• 
W. Uoalxa ft Co 
Wellman. peck * «••• 
M%.HII.Al 

Sherwfiod ft Sherwo. 
Ilniiletl W. 11 Co 
Crown Dlallll<-rl.-« «'.. 

VLADIVONTOK I 



"A" 
Wm 



Wolff A 



K..io-iil.latt Co 

HOI Til AMKRICAi 

WVUm.in, Peck & C. 
T * II ITI I 

.V. Jacrjuemart 
ri.IPPKKTt>.\ l<t|.AMI>: 

I'iiclllc PIloNphale <-.. 

\IMAl 

<;uititenliolm & Co 
J..I111 WlKhltnan Ac C-' 
HAWAIIAN loi »M>-: 



:3s 



oil 



ra Cherrlea In .M 
.S ca Glniter Al'- 
... .t ca Alcnhul 



S c» 4 bblii 

508 ca Gin. 1«1 on 

I7J ca MInern! Wnter t" '■- • 

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k|e Coco Coin 
Ik 24! icnllon^ 



ICnll' 

.lin.i 



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V T and Snni.i K.- It I: 
II \\\ \ll%\ lal.l^ni* 

J «■■ W I 

V T ind S.int.i Kr K H 
■■liil.iriM^K l<l|.A\0!ti 

.^ T and Sitnta Ke R. H 
Southern Paclfjc Co 
aROlXi 



I4n 
1:0 




r 



WW I'RIFTA \X)\m CO. 



^cdivood Lumhrr. TeUgraph 'PoUs. Shtn<jle.s. 
* Shakes and ^osis. Also 



^< Gr^ipe St«kei> 



2x2 4 Ft. Long, 2x2 -J Fu Lor.g. 1x2 t> 
Sjojrr Ends, or One End Pointed 



Ft. U.r. 



^OST orricc *oo»r«s 



CAPITOLA. 



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BRANDY PRODUCED 

OFFICIAL REPORTS 



FIRST DISTRICT- Month of February, 1906. 

Tax Gals 

Produced and bonded 23,284.8 

Received from distillery, Fourth District, California 1,827.8 

Received from special bonded warehouse. Fourth District, California 7,653.7 

Transferred from distillery to special bonded warehouse, Eastern districts 

Transferred from special bonded warehouse to special bonded warehouse, Eastern districts 17,263.4 

Exported 778.7 and S3. 5 

Tax-paid 45,9:54.0 

Remaining in bond February 28, 1906 1,323,413.1 

FOURTH DISTRICT— Month of February, 1906. 

Tax Gals. 

Produced and bonded in this district 1,706.4 

Transferred from distillery to special bonded warehouse, First District, California 7t357.2 

Transferred from distillery to special bonded warehouse. Eastern District 

Transferred from special bonded warehouse to special bonded warehouse, First District, California 7, 653. 7 

Transferred from special bonded warehouse to special b'^nded warehouse. Eastern District 5,568.8 

Exported 47.2 

Tax-paid... 3,355.2 

Remaining in bond, Fel)riiary 2S, 1906 327,985.3 



SWEET WINE PRODUCED 



FIRST DISTRICT— Month of February, 1906. 



Brandy withdrawn from distillery for fortification 

Brandy withdrawn from special bonded warehouse for fortificalion. 
Brandy actually used for fortification 



gs. 

82 


Tax Gals. 
16,202.1 




16,202.1 
Wine Gals. 
3,360.82 
(•-1,183.39 







Port produced 

Sherry produced 

Angelica produced 

Muscat produced 

Tokay 

Total sweet wine produced in February, 1906 64,544.21 

FOURTH DISTRICT— Month of February, 1906. 

Pkgs. Tax Gals. 

Brandy withdrawn from distillery for fortification 7 1,183.1 

Brandy withdrawn from special bonded warehouse for fortification 

Brandy actually used for fortification 96 13,326.7 

Wine Gals. 

Port produced 16,865.73 

Sherry produced 37,598.59 

Angelica produced 

Muscat produced 

Tokay 

Total sweet wine produced in February, 1906 54,464.32 



PACIFIC WINE AND SPIRIT REVIEW 



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100 i-.H 11. T 1- 


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. The ralirr>riiia Kiijciuifritif; antl f'onstrurtion Conipanr, 
^lli^^l iinnlc a s|M*finlly <»f llu> «H|iiipnM-nt «>f winorii* ami 
listillrrirs, has im>t with tlisuster ami Iuik Imi-ii for wmw 
iino in tlic haiid.s of itH rr<'«liton4. Froni tlii' ri'|M»rt of thr 
■n<difnrs' roniinitt(H>. it s<H-nis that the liahilitiift art- honvv 
iixl thf as«>ts small. At this writing it a|»|M'ar« that th.- 
"mpaiiy nil) Ik» hI;u<««| in inv..|tiiilar.v lijinkni|i(i-,v. 



Dubois .Ad\ises Calilurnia Wine Producers. 



Elii llojs of TallalinMw, Fla., a Fn-iu-h vitii-ulturJKi. 
. and om-of the wim- jiimrK at tln-St. Ivoiiis Kx|>o«iitioii, 
visitc-<l the Coast r.H<'ii(|y ami in coinpany with Ihnry 
l.,achman nia<l«- a tonr of tiu' wim* diHtricts. In a lett<-r to 
.Mr. Uuhman In- has tin- follouiu}; ini<i-«->iiii/ i-iii,;iiLs 
"oihcniin;,' ffr.ijH- ndtuiT in California 

••|{«'fore winditij; up this li'tti-r, nln^ad.v .•-.. i..ii>, 1 ».miiu 
like to advis4- the prospective i^niiH- pT<JwerH of Californin 
to make up their minds what they want to do with their 
Ki-api-s and then only plant such varietiex an will wrve 
thi'ir purpose. If their puriiose is to make claret, and by 
elaret I do not mean that iiion(;rel wine sold under thai 
mime, lint the (genuine Bordeaux ty|»«>s, plant lionleaui 
varieties, smh as Cahernet Hauvinnon, Calsniet Franr. 
Merlet, .MalUe and also I'etite Syrrh, whieh is now plant- 
ed in some of the Ih-si {growths of th*- Me«loe; the latter in 
small proportion, however, and just to {five tirmneKs t<» 
the wine. If your loeation and soil an- ailaptetl to the 
r(>pr(Nlu('lion of a liur);umly iy|H', Pineau (the genuine 
I'ineau of Hurffundy) on the fisithills with the I'etite 
Syn-h, and the Camay ( the irenuine Camay de Hourptgnet 
iu rich, lowland, l>ul not wet, will fjive you a typiral Bur- 
{fundy wine with nothiiif; hut the name in eommou with 
the nondescript wine now often sold an such. 

"If you live in the Livermore Valley, contine yours«'lf 
to the plant in<r of Sauterne jjrapes, namely, Semillon, 
Sauvi;;non Blanc and Museatelledu Bordelais, trying aliio 
I'ineau de la Loire — or Petit Chenin — now plant4>d In 
some of the white wine (listriets of the Cironde, Imt do nut 
use Folle Blanche in making; your Sauterm-. as it oxidiz4W 
t<s) easily, and you must k«>*'p your Sautente as light in 
color as possible. 

"If your aim is for the pnMiuctiou of a white Burgundy. 
;inil I think some locations in Ainmocia, Contm Cottia, 
Najia and Sonoma are adaptetl to this production, plant 
I'ineau Blanc ( Chardennay t. Petit Chenin, Pinniu Blanc 
lie Chalilis. The Petit Chenin in the vaMeyn ami <ithers on 
the foothills. 

"For Hhiiie wine ty|>«>s use the Ki(-»lin!!H Tniininpr. 
< (esti-eiclwr Kleinl»er;;er ami Orleai- vhlch is un 

<lcr another name, I think Pineau <l< .or Piiieon 

Chenin, for your higln-st grade, and ila-n iJnvn lliinpi 
rian, tiuteilel and Burger, to add to the qtianiiiy if not to 
the i|mility. 

"I would not, of C01U-S4'. iliMtiunlemilK-t' the funlii r 
planting of such varieties as .Mataro, /infandel, Cjr 
Chn.s.>u>la.s, a Folle Blanche, and even, why not, the i.;.. 
sion? as there an> many bwations and soils in whieh the 
finest varieties would not thrive, and i-jich «»f •''• ••-■'•■ ■- 
useful in the nmnufarturv of hulk niuen for 1 1 

"But do away with tho mongrel «' 
Mire of whiih varieli«'s of ;:ni|Hii fi. l 

are us«>d. I*on't put n sprinkli^ 
nan in vour In-mI ty|tes iind ■!> 
.Macaii . ■ ^' ' ' ;■ ' ' ,r 

OHt I! 

n-plac. .1 i.\ \ iiii, r 

" \ wmdI alx'iit »!■• \ Th«Ti> •t>»'mx 



•"■)g 
IS St. 



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rlu' riiilil material. Cluiiiipa^uo miisi lie made ri-um wiuc 
made t'xprc'ssly for that purpose, witli grapes gatlierfHl 
from thorough maturity, at a stage gathered by study aud 
experiments, aud, uf course, the proper kinds of grapes 
sek'eted. The different varieties (»f tiie Tinots of tlie 
Champagne district sliouid l>e tried in Sonoma foothills, 
grafted on the proper stock. None of the white wines we 
testeil during our trip seemed to l)e fit for the nuiuufacturc 
of champagne; they lacked the vinosity of the I'iuot made 
into whit<? wine. It is a pity more attention lias not been 
paid here to tliis lirancli of the wine industry, esp<'cially 
as tiie consumpl iiHi of cliampague in this country is in 
creasing mucii faster than that of still wines. 

"It has been here the same as in France, sparkling w iur 
made in tiie province of Chaniimgne on account of its wine 
being hardly tit to drink in any other guise; here, the same 
conditions existing in the East, owing to the lack of sugar 
and excess of acid in the only kind of grapes they are able 
to raise, which renders them uiitit for the production of 
a palatable still wine, the wise Eastern vintner, following 
in the footsteps of Don Perignon, aud to-day the cham- 
pagne trade in the Ea.st is tlourishiug. This jiroves once 
more thai necessity is the mother of invention. 

"1 am afraid I have not kept my promise to refrain from 
giving advice to people better posted than myself on the 
l)est way to foster the wine industry of California, but I 
ho])e yon will consider both my advice and criticism as 
inspired by a most friendly feeling and by my wishes for 
the welfare of vour glorious State." 



Untaxed Alcohol for Commercial Uses. 



TIIIO makers of wood alcohol and the manufacturers of 
gasoline are jiutting forth their strongest efforts in 
o])positiou to any abatement in the tax on grain alcohol 
used in the arts and sciences. The wood alcohol industry 
has its very exist(>nce based on the outrageous tax imposed 
on grain alcohol. As a substitute it is both costly aud 
dangerous. Aside from this, it is injurious aud inii)rovi- 
dent. It is injurious because of the unnecessary destruc- 
tion of our forests for the purpose of its manufacture, and 
improvident Itecanse it makes more costly than is neces- 
.sary the products iuto which it enters in the ju'ocess of 
manufacture. Furthermore, its poisonous qualities are 
such as to endanger the lives of those who, in their ig- 
norance, use it to drink, being unaware of the fatal risk 
I bey are taking. 



To iliosi' who lia\e imestigated the subject thorong 
there can be no doubt of the advisability of so modify 
th(> tax on grain alcohol, at lea.st so far as its uses in 
arts .111(1 science's are concerned, as would result in driv 
its spurious and costly imitation nut of the market. 

The reduction of tlu> tax on grain airiihol for comnien 
purposes would perform a double service Imtli in giv 
the farmers more income ami in supplying inauiifaetur 
in regions remote finni mal mines with almiKlant { 
easily handl(»(l fuel. 

.Mcohn] is widely used in (Jermany as a highly ecoiu 
ieal siiui-ee iiC iiiecliaii iea I energy, especially in engines 
till' sniallei- iy|)e, and it is said to be admirably adap 
,is a fuel for aniomoliilcs in the place of gasoline. 

The princi])al objection of those opposed to the remo 
of the tax is that it would deprive the (iovernment of 
large revenues recei\('d from this source, but inasmuch 
the tax on all alcohol used for drinking juirjioses wo 
remain nmlianged. the difference in revenue to the (J 
ernment would be immaterial, while the increaseil nsets 
which it would be put would be a lasting lieiietil to e\-( 
raiser of wheal, coin and potatoes in (he count ly. 

It is gratifying to note that this view of the (piestioi 
attracting constantly increa.sed attention, and it is oi 
a matter of a very short time when the (iovernment will 
compelled to give heed to it. — lionf oil's. 



Pure Prune Juice. 



IN order that the public may be made conversant u 
the fact that Barrett & Co. are not worried ahouf i 
]iassage of the proposed Pure Food Bill, they have sent c 
I he following announcement to their customers : 

"You are doubtless awai'e that Section 10 of the I'l 
Food Bill, which passed the Senate February 21st, p 
vides: 'No dealer shall he prosecuted under the Act. wli 
he can establish a guarantee, signed by the manufactui 
from whom he purchased.' 

"Our article has been submitted to a reputable a 
prominent chemist here, whose analysis certifies it contai 
no chemicals or preservatives and is absolutely pure. 

"^\'e are prepared to furnish a guarantee with evf 
slii])meiit, in accordance with these facts, and believe tl: 
ultimately our business will he benefited. We hope, wh 
the condition of your stock justifies it, you will favor 
w ifli your patronage." 



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PACIFIC WINE AND SPIRIT REVIEW. 
Pure Food Ruling. Fresno Council Reduces License, 



I'MTKI) STATKS Dld'AKTM KNT OK A< ! |{ |< "C l/r|- Kh: 

HruioAr of Ciikmistky. 

Sttiji/i ■sliiiiiii to Importers Vonvvrning Dvchudl'miix <>j' I'.i- 

truiirous Matter in Food Producls. 

The attention of importers is attain called to 1'. 1. 1>. -ti 
and :>0 in rejjard to the nse of paster labels attaclied In 
packages of food prodnets. As stated in V. I. D. ;?0, after 
May 1, I'.KHi, tlieiiseof a special ]iaster indiiatinii the pres- 
ence of a foreifin snhstance will nnly lie iiciinitted nnder 
the provisions set forth in that dccisinu. Imitorlers are 
aijain urged to follow the snjijiestion that a sanii)le con- 
tainer be submitted to this Department before shipment, 
in order to protect both the shipper and the consignee 
against any risk of goods being rejected because they are 
imi)roperly labeled. The i>rovision should not be over- 
looked which ri'(|uires that in each case Avhere pasters are 
added the manufacturer sliall make a statement before the 
United States consular officer of the number of packages 
in liis possession ^lay 1, 1906, ordered and delivered i)re- 
vlous to September 1, 190."), on which the principal label 
does not indicate the added f'nrcign substance. 

II. W. Wiley. 

Ai)prc)vcd : Chief. 

J.XMKS WlI^SON, 

Sreretari/ of A<iriciilliire. 
>\'asiiim;t<i.\. 1>. C, .Mardi 10, 19()<;. 



IT ai)pears that the Anti-SaLoon I-eague and people 
that ilk, are losing strength in Fresno. This is e 
<lenced by the result of the agitation which has been goi 
on recently in that city with reference to the reduction 
saloon licenses from .^(!00 to .ii!.")00 per year. The enem 
of the trallic were very active in opposing the moveme 
and were supported particulai-ly by the Fresno Repiihlia 
which is at all times inclined to scold the saloonkeep 
and be, at the least, disagreeable. Notwithstanding 
this pressure, the City Council on the 19th inst. adopt 
a resolution reducing the license to .f.jOO. There w( 
other proj)er regulations connected with the barring 
women, minors, etc. One of the provisions of the or 
nance was that the proprietors of places selling li(|uor 
retail Avho permitted women or persons under 18 years 
age to loiter around their pren\ises, would forfeit tin 
licenses. We consider the license imposed under the m 
regulation is none too low, considering all the conditio] 
and there are other cities in the State that might well f 
low the example of Fresno. 

The Municipal League of Vallejo has started a ca 
])aign for high license at once. A mass meeting will 
held and some prominent anti-saloon agitators from S> 
I'^i-ancisco will be employed to address it. \'allejo h 
one hundred licensed bars which ]>ay a lax <>( .<s(l a ye 
to the citv. 





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Swedish Punch— Axel Bagge & Cc, Goteborg, Sweden, Mfrs. 
Swedish Rent Branvin— O. ?. Anderson & Son, Goteborg, Mfrs. 
PomeranS Branvin— O. p. Anderson & Son, Goteborg, Mfrs. 
John Ramsay Scotch— Port Ellen, Islay, Scotland, Mfr. 
Anderson S. M. Whiskey— Bottled in bond, strictly pure. 
Pepsin Bitters— Ernst L. Arp, Klel, Germany, Mfr. 
Damiana Bitters— Sole Proprietors and Mfrs, 
KornSChnappS— E. Magerflelsch, Mfr., Wismar, Germany. 

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No "Slates" There. 



Ivol Killj; of the 1 lollclllicck, of Los Aliuclcs. jiild wlm is 
llic famous "Scott.v's" iiiaiiaj^cr in the iirothictioii of ••Snii 
ly, Kiiij:; of tlic Desert Mine." spent a few days in I lie city 
(lurinii: llie middle of (lie month on his return fi'om Seattle, 
whore h<' went lo slaii'e the orijiinal i)roduetion. JFtich to 
the surjH'isr of Hie jiuhlic, tlie play really ])ossossod merit, 
and "Scotty"" had real orijiinality. The result was a liiRlily 
successful roce])tion by the ])ul)lic. Mr. Kinji returncMJ 
from Los Anjieles in time to attend to the presentation of 
the ]ilay in the (irand OjK'ra House in this city. Ho was 
looking- like a "two-year-old," and in the matter of ''filad 
raiment" had Solomon shoAcd clear olT the majt. Every 
hody who wants lo s(»e the real thinjl in the way of a 
novelty in lui'id <lrama. should see this jiarticular iday. 



' I M II'] niosi siiccrssfnl s.ilooid;eei)ers in New York ar 
* ilinsc wlin do not |]cniiit dice-shakiufj in their hai 
looms. It has Ikhmi fniind lliat men who lialiitnally shak 
dice Tiiakc noise, lake nji room an<l do not spend a ^I'ca 
liii of money. \'ery few lioozoi-Juiiis lii-re mainlain a< 
rotiiniodalions foj- men who want to sit at table and |ila 
cards. 'I'aldcs in I lie tirst-class barrooms ar(> vanishiii; 
i-.\cepl in llic <lerman (|uarlcr, wiierc di'inkini; is done o 
an allojiclher diricrenl plan. Alonn ltroa<l\\ay a \ci'y Tim 
places mainlain liie sidelioard and few e\cn kcc]) olive 
or i>retzcis. The demand foi- diinks alone is more Ilia 
snfUcient to keep most of them uoiufi at a i)rofitable rate 
Tabs are alni<)s( unknown in first-cla.ss places, (tld cuf 
lomers who happen to be short when Ihoy make purchase 
are rcipiested to icmeinlxr their own scores and the iiai 
lender usually adds: ■■^■^u know we don't keeji a slat 
here." 



The apailmeiits of Ivan (1. Treadwell, the well-known 
wholesale liquor dealer who resides at the Hotel Alexan 
dria. .'^.'i (Jeary sti-eet. were burolarizod on the 20th ins! 
.Mr. Ticadwcll was absent from his quarters diiriuf^ llic 
early iiart of the exenin.u-, and upon his return found llial 
they had been entered by a burfilar and .f;i,."00 worth .f 
jeweliy taken. The ]tlace had be(Mi o(inerally ransacked, 
••md at this wi'itini:' there is no clew in the jtcrjicl rator of 
llic crime. 



• lohn r. Knobloch. wlio recently removed from Califoi 
Ilia street to ~)ii'} Clay street, finds business much improve 
ill his new quarters. However, he is not amonj; stran^^en 
as he was bmfj' located rifjht opposite his present ](lace o 
liiisiiK ss, w here he enjoyed a fine trade, and was conqielle 
to move by reason of the remodelin<i of the buildini;. Hi 
old friends will lind he is prepared to serve them ilie lies 
there is on the market in the same old "renial wax'. 



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Distributors and Pacific Coast Selling Agents of 



I-K.-\UING BR.\ND3 OF CH.^MPAGNKS 

J. & F. MARTELL, Cognac Martell Brandy 

JOH3. DK KUYPER & ZOON, Rotterdam Holland Gin 

SIR ROBT. BURNETT & CO., London..London Dry and Old Tom Gin 

\VM. GREER & CO., Ltd., Glasgow 

O. V. G. and Imperial Liqueur; Scotch Whisky 

JAS. SAUNDERS & CO. LTD., London, 

"The House of Lords" Scotch Whiskey 

KIRK, GREI:R .^ CO., Belfast Irish Whisky, "Shamrock" 

CORK DLSTILI.ERIES CO " " "Special" 

OLD BUSHMILLS *•* " 
THE OLD GOVICRNMENT WHISKY-"Bottled in Bond" and 

"Special Reserve" 
GREEN RIVER WHISKY— "The Whisky Without a Headache" 

GRKI-N RIVER DISTILLING CO., Owensboro, Ky. 



HIRAM WALKER S: SONS, Ltd., WalkerviUe 

Canadian Club Whisky 

DEINHARD & CO., Coblenz Rhine and Moselle Wines 

F. CHAUVENET, Nuits Burgundy Wines 

TH. J. DUBOS & FILS FRERES, Bordeaux. ..Clarets and Sauternes 

J. C. GORDON, Jerez Sherry Wines 

A. A. FERREIRA, Oporto Port Wines 

MORGAN BROS, Oporto., Dixon'i ♦♦ Port Wine 

NUYENS & CO., Bordeaux Cordials 

CANTRELL & COCHRANE, Belfast Ginger Ale and Sarsaparilla 

THE GENUINE FRANCISCAN CORDIAL BITTERS 

THE GREAT AUKS HEAD bottling of Bass's Ale and Guinness's stout 

BIRRESBORNER MINERAL BRUNNEN Table Water 



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California 
Liquor Dealers' Association 

Regular Meetings on the first 
Thursday Afternoon of each month, at 

B'NAI B'RITH HALL 

J2J EDDY STREET 



WILLIAM CLACK. Rec. Secty. 
1946 Market Street 
San Francisco, Cal. 



DON R. DUNBAR, President 
901 Larkin Street 

San Francisco, Cal. 



Horse Racing Destroying Trade. 



WrriilN tliL- i>ast two Ywirs the Kiovihw has insisted 
that tlic horse racing ou this and the Oakland side of 
tile Hay, was the cause of tlie almost continual dullness in 
the retail li(iuor trade of t^au Francisco. Tlieic weie no 
olher way to account for the existing conditions, hut, in 
the beginning, the trade was not inclined to aecejjt the 
theory as correct. They have changed their minds radi- 
cally within the l>asl few mouths. There is hardly an in- 
telligent r<'tailer who. if asked why the retail li(|u<)r trade 
of San Franeism is comparatividy dull, will n<it tell ytni 
it is due to the almost unlimited hcu-se racing permitted 
in this State. For instance, men who conduct cafes and 
restaurants in certain sections i>( the city can tell on the 
day following the opening of the races thai the gani<' has 
begun, by the simple counting of their cash receipts. In 
some instances the falling off is 2.") to 30 \)vv cent, and men 
who earn from |4 to .f6 a day as skilled mechanics, and 
who, when the ponies are not busy, always pay cash f'(U' 
Avhatever they buy, will be found "broke" within two weeks 
after the races open in this part of the State, ami "holding 
up" the barkeeper for drinks, or the restaurant man for 
his meals. After the racing is concluded, it takes a long 
time for them to gel out of del)t, and by that time the races 
are on again. 

This fact has become so patent to the trade, and the 
slaughter of their business so great, that they have fiually 
found it necessjiry to move for solf-prescrvati(ui. We are 
iufonned that a campaign for the limiting of the racing 
season in the State, will be inaugurated at once, in order 
that in the coming election for hold-over Senators, the 
candidates may be shown the evils of continuous horse 
racing, and possibly induced to work for the adoption of 



a law placing a reasonable limit uiHtu the oiwrations of 
the racing cmwd. The idea seems to i)e that sixty days 
during the year \\<>idd he ;ill that the fraternity would bv 
I'Ulilled to; and this can In- divideil up between l.os .\ii- 
geles and San I'^raucisco. 

It goes wit hunt saying that Ihmsc racing as it is now 
conducteil is alisnlnlely harmful Id the State. The ori<4 

imil 1 1 ry was that in iK-rmitting horse racing, the breed 

iiig and raising n\' line slock was encouraged; all of wliici 
is true: but it is not neccssai-y tn keep the races going si.\ 
miiiitlis in the year in order |n cnnvince admirers of fanci 
e(|tiiiies thai ("alifornia can raise exceptionally tine stock 
I'uriliermcpre, these liorsc jieople do n(Jt bring money int( 
the Slate; nn Ihe cunlrary, they absorb it and spend ii 
elsewhere. In othei- words, their interests are not to b( 
ciuisidered as c()m](ared with tiie l)utcher, grocer, baker 
the dry goods ami clothing merchant, and lastly, the licpioi 
trade, all of whom are suffering serious business losses 1p 
reason of the fact that the Horse Racing Trust here havi 
been privileged to conduct their races one-half the time. 

If the liquor dealers and other tradesmen had assiste* 
the clergy in their fight for the restriction of the raciuj 
season at the last Legislature, they would have won "hand 
down"; but they stood aloof, and the measure was defeatei 
by a bare majority. Tlu> association, having been able b 
accumulate another husky sack during these two years 
will be able to i)ut up a still stronger tight, but the bes 
element in the trade believe that by doing cei'tain legitl 
mate politics and combining with other interests whicl 
seek to limit the evil of almost unlimited horse racina 
they can secure the passage of the desired measure. 

Every man in the business should take an interest i 
this movement because it is something that affects hi 
pocketbook very materially. With sixty days' racing 1: 
this State, and these divided between this city and Lo 
Angeles, the business of the retail lifpior trade would g 
back to even better than old-time conditions. We shal 
have more to say ou this subject in the succeeding nuuibe 
of the Review. 



The El I'aso, at California and Battery streets, is doin 
a fairly good busiiu'ss considering the unusual dullness i 
the retail licpior trade of the city. Jack Stafford, the pn 
prietor, is one of the best known and most popular anion 
Ihe men in that line of trade, and thoroughly undei"stand 
the business of conducting a first-class place. His stoe 
is the best that can be had in the market, and the servic 
unexcelled anywhere in the city. Such an institution i 
that particular section of the city is deserving of encoui 
aiiement. 



I'HOTO -ENGR.'^VRRS, DESIGNERS, ILLUSTRATORS 
EMBOSSING I'LATES, THREE COLOR HALF-TONES 

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MS ■AIIiHl j 

c. ouatcum a 



Tropiial ai\cl D(iiifr«tic 



GRI 
0RO< 



IWCKS 1,11,1 orilEli OAMI-: 

A Siircliilty 



1 1 II linn II nil riiiirli 
Ciii'inr 



r.Ks sFRUITvS 

^' Holds, Rcsiauraols. Calc$. Families and Sbippiac Sorr 



521 montgomery St., Son Froneisco 

JOE POLLEORO. Prop A. DOMENIC, Mgr. 



52f)-.S.<(l Mollt'^MillKTN >t. 



I 'I 




THE ARBORDALE 

lir%t-lld»H Idmil* Rr*ort. 
Rc«t<iur<int and Oystrr Hou«c. 

EXCELl tNT BAR 



THE ARRIVAL' BAR 

2 H W con (AST AND MISSION STt 

S Tlv«r.o<l «" *•' •»•• '•A«IC.«CO 

5 xnnglit WiMxfn • Si»r<lmllr 

5 "«.^ ...I ...a- ll«r .. n'..«». .PHrFf. 

I klSUSM^dtlR BROS.. Prt.|»«. 



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George Kessler Here on ' White feal" Business. 

A.l(»l.l.\ jinriv of New Yorkers, iiimIci- llic l':illicrly 
i;ui(l;iiit(' (if Cicnriic !■:. Kessler, llie man wlitt made 
.Moet & CliiUidnii's (■liaiiii)ai,Mie laim'iis, ariive.l in lliis eil.v 
lasi Thursday eveniui; in tlie jniNale ear "lOiysian," and 
llu'.v aiv spciKlinu a lively toi-tiii<;lit enjoyinj? tlie liosjtilal 
ily (if friends and at I he same time keepinti- open h(>iis(> at 
the St. Francis. 

(uorjie H. K»>ssler is the e\elnsi\e o\\ iki- of i he .Moet kV 
("handon ehampaiiiie trade of the f^niled Stales and sole 
impiiiit-r of the eelehraled -White Scnl" lirand. His imrty 
inelndts live I'aetors in his larp' Inisiness Walter \\il 
Mains. Sam Klzas, l.'oy Taylor, .loseiih ii. K.'riiiii and Ivl 
win I lyneman. 

.Mr. Kessler made his last trip to this eity dnritii; the 
infamy of his eoinpany, seventeen years a^o. He is over 
a\v( d by the vast strides taken l.y hoth eity and State since 
ISNT. and liy the niaiiiiiticent improvements in evidence on 
every hand. Tlie i)eoi»le liere have heeii so profuse in their 
Inisiiitality that he will undouhtedly make his visits more 
fncpient in the future. 

The mission of Mi: Kessler is |o in\ est iiiate the eonditioii 
of the chainiia.une trade on the Coast, and to let those of the 
I'lihlie who do not know heconie acipiainted with the hisih 
(piality of the wine that he inqiorts. He finds jieueral ap- 
l)r.tiation of ^loet i^ Chandon's jiroduct and is invitinii 
special attention to their famous "White Seal" vintaji'e of 
1!I(M), the best since the -real vintaiic of 1SS4. 



The sjiloou established by Tom Ferp:uson on California 
street near Kearny several years asjo, has been sold by the 
Ferjruson Company within the |»ast month. The pnr 
chaser is Richard I'helan, the well-known ininiiifj; man, 
w ]io knows a iiood thinu when h(» sees it. 



PACIFIC WIXH AND SPIRIT Rl-AIEW. 

Plain Straight Drinks Regaining Favor. 

k'O Ti;.VN<il'". thinjis i;o\erii ]ieople's tastes in llu- mat- 

O ter of drinks." saiil I he oldlime, white-haired har- 
keeper. iJelore tlie •.\lpsinllie I" rappee" was SlUlii ill 'Nord- 
laiid" we wiy rarely had a call for absiiilhe in that form. 

■•The lime anil words id' I he soul; were catchy, people moi 
to leariiinu it, they canulit a little of ilu'Sou<;"s seiitiiiieiit 
and liciian lo think about the drink. Then they Iteiiaii to 
try it. 

"Few cared for the new decoclion the tirsi lime It 
lasted like dissolved con^h drops, but, like the olive habit, 
it doesn't take long to <s,ct it. Tlu^ 'absinthe frappe" is now 
the most po])ular morninji- drink. 

"Scotch whisky came to America with jiolf. I'.efore the 
ihnm]>in,ti- of the little while ball became a ]iopiilar .\meri- 
<aii sport some Scotch whisky was drunk, but com]iai:i- 
tively little. It is usually taken hot as a winter drink. 

"Then came the hijiiiball, and everylxKly drank Scotch. 
I'.iil Scotch is pallin>i on the public taste. After a man 
has drunk Scotch for a few months he jz:ets .so tliat the 
|(eciiliar smoky flavor is lost, and he finds lie"s drinkiiif;- a 
strong, rather rough whisky without the smoke thai was 
the redeeming feature when the habit was young. 

"besides, so many things that are not Scotch at all. that 
never cros.sed the ocean and never saw a distillery are sold 
from refilled bottles, that one hardly knows what he is 
getting. It is always that way with a popular drink. 

"The fad for foreign drinks following the introduction of 
Scotch led to Irish whisky, Kuniniel w hisky, \arioiis biltei> 
and sweet cordials for the women. 

"But all these fads are d\ing mil, and we have fiMvei 
calls for unusual drinks. ]'eo])le are getting back to good 
old Kentucky and Pennsyhania grades of whisky. Straight 
red liquor, ^^■ith plain watei- for a chaser, is getting moi-t 
popular every day, and the men who stick to that sort oj 
lii|uid diet will live longei' and die bajipier than the fel 
low who follows fads and fancies in his boozing." — \\ ash- 
iii</l())i /*o.v/. 



-:nSJ««:''Jb^«Vt'';A«&'«!t'^«J!t'&'&'&'&'«&'&'^^^^ 



SIEBE BROS. «&. PLAGEMANN 

WHOLESALE 

WINE AND LIQUOR MERCHANTS 

CALIFORNIA'S FINEST BRANDIES 



SOLH rkOFRlKTciK-- 

O. K. ROSEDALE 

RYE & HOUR BON 

Westtrn Disuihulors 

Herbert's 
Pure Malt Whiskey 

Bottled 1 V 
HOl-1-HElMER l.kOTHERS 



rACII U; (H).\ST 
AGENTS 

SENATOR 

FERNDALE E. J. Baldwins Leiand Stanford's 






LITHIA WATER 
GINGER ALE 

\ Natural C.ihfonii.l Water 
of Unequalerl guality 



APRICOT 
BRANDY 

I III. I INKST IN THE 
WORLD 



PURE 
VINA BRANDY 

IT S I'URE— THAT'S SURE 
THERE'S NOTHING LIKE IT 



nCALITV UNEXCELLED IN BULK OR CASES 

sl'EClAL ORDERS SHIPPED DIRECT ERO.M DISTU.LERV 



BRUNSWICK RYE AND BOURBON 

SIEBE BROS. &. PLAGEMANN, 217-225 Pine St., San Francisco, WESTERN DISTRIBUTERS 



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PACIFIC WINE ANM> SPIRIT RFA'IRW. 



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BOB KERN'S 

rORMIR PROPKItTOn or ThI WILLIhOTON. LO* AhOtLCS' 



c58 Bouquet B«i" and Qrill ^ 



StveHesl SMldJjy Lunch 
In the City 



Phone MAIN 1316 



OPPOSITE PALACE HOTEL 
634 MARKET STREET 






>■■'■: 



Bakers cannot make good bread without good flour — neither can Brewers 
make good beer without good water 

IT'S THE W^ATF.R ihai makes OL^MPIA BF.F.R 

the most talked of and widely known Beer on the coast 

' rcwcd m Olympia. Wash. OLYMPIA BEER CO Drank Even-whefr 

AGENTS FOR , ,-, o e o r- r> i t 

. ,1 • KT 1 1 A 1423 Sansome St., San Francisco. Calilomia 

>. alilomia. INevada and Arizona 



"" 



Che HIcazar Cafe 



GUS BCLLMER 



114 O Farrell St 



San Francisco 5! 



•MOM jAMia tl 



JAMES p. DUNNE 
& CO. > > > > 



r^-^y, 




^ 



FINEST WINES and LIQUORS 
a Specialty 



i^> 






Ellis and Stockton Streets 
Market and Eddy Streets 
San Francisco, Cal. . . . 



John C. Knobloch 



WINES AND LIQUORS 



SSVjCIciv Slreel S4N IR\N(l,S(0 



t.)l|- I • T 



r»«t> »T»rpf 



WICHMAN. UUTGEN & CO. 



■* Wine.<; and I .iquors 



SOLf PWO^KI tTOW^ O' 



Gilt Edge Whiskies 

2^> aiul M li.'iltcr> 3l. Snn I'r.TiKisco. Cnl. 

TtLlPMOMt. Mint &&ee 



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PACIFIC WINK AND SPIRIT REVIEW. 

IJquor Sellin}>: Franchise is Personal Properly. 




I Hk R f , T^lll". Siiinvnie Oiurt of tlic State of Wasliinuinn has 

^.- ' '' 1 iciiilcrcil a decision wliicli is miMMilv (if iniuli interest, 



Spokane nixologists Like Sunday Law. 



liiU of yivat importance to tiie retail licjuor dealer. Tlic 
eonri holds that the liquor license is |)ersi)nal propeity, 
iinlw ithstandinfi the firm or individual in whose name the 
iieeiise stands, did not pay for it originally. The case \\ii> 

AjtlSl'A'rcil fnnn S|ink;\iie. Wiisli., savs: •'UaiiciKl ,,,ic in wliicli the Seattle lirewini; a Tid Malting Company 

ers all '>\( 1- ihe 1 iiy ari' an\i<ins In have the salnnns iirucured a license for one of iheir jialrons and desired tf 

closed on "<imda.\ and a niajoriiy of the uptown saloons iransfer the license to another jtart.v. In the litigatior 

will not o|.|iose this action on ihe part of Mayor-eleri \\\i\,-\, ensued it was held that the saloon men were th( 

.Moore. The hailenders want one day for recreation, l>nl sole owners of Ihe license to sell licpKU-s, the fact that tlun 

under the preseul sysieni are ivipiired lo wiu-k seven days i,;,,! n,,] p;|j,| f,,|. |he license, havinii' no weiii'lit with (Ik 

in the week. c(Uirt. 

"One niixoloiiisi expressed the seniinieiil of luactically This decision of the highest court of Washington will 

every harteiider in the ciiy wlu'U he said: result in a world of trouhle for wholesjile liquor dealen 

"•If .lud.ue .Moore enforces ihe Sunday closing law. I and lu'cwers who are specially interested in the controlliiij. 

will head a dele.iiat ion to present him with the linest gold ,,f licenses. 

headed cane that it is i)Ossihle to secure in Seattle." ^^^^^^^^^^ 

"III the ni)|o\\n saloons yesterday the possibility (d' a 
rigid enforceiueiii of the Sunday closing law was the tcquc 
of discussion, ami a greal many <d' the |iidprielors of the 
lietter class of saloons expressed a desire to see the law 
enforced, provided it is made effective all o\ ei' ihe city." 



lASH'SBITTERC 



•'Cs^ •'Si. .'^5^ -^i^i^ ^^-^^ ^ ^i 






The E. G. Lyons & 
Raas Co. 

ESTABLISHED 1852 

HIGH GRADE CORDIALS 



549-55 
Mission Street 



San Francisco, 
Cal. 



DISTILLERS 
OF . . . 



-ESTABLISHED 1852 



fcw,^ lfl^%.T "^ip^W,-^', 



.ESTABLISHED 1852 




PURE FRUIT BRANDIES 
PURE FRUIT SYRUPS 

Pine Apple in Maraschino Cherries in Maraschino 

OUR SPECIALTIES 



PURE FRUIT BRANDIES PURE FRUIT CORDIALS 

Raspberry Raspl:)eiTy 

Strawlicrry Strawt)errv 

Pine Apple Apricot 

Apple Peach 

Peach, Pear Pear 

Apricot Biackl^errv 

Cherrj- Cherry 
Blackberr 





CREMES PURE FRUIT SYRUPS 

Vanilla Raspberry 

Rose Strawberry 

Violet Pine Apple 

Moka Orange 

Cocoa Lemon 

MENTHE GRENADINE 

Noyaux Orgeat 

MlacfcDerry pine Apple Blackberry 

Superior to the Imported— We guarantee our Fruit BRANDIES, CORDIALS and SYRUPS to be made of Pure California 
Fruits. No artificial fl.ivors or colors are used. They are distilled by latest process and thoroughly matured before being bottled. 



CURACAO 

Orange Bitters 

Maraschino 

Pousse Cafe 

.\nisette 

Cassis 

Kirsch 

Bernardine 



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■IIONIC III nil -t' 



WHERE TO GET GOOD THINGS TO DRINK AND EAT. 

I Market Cafe 



• lollN .1 KllKlSS 



' I KAK oil' lU-.l„\HlNr ltl>l l*m».V A.%1. A^I< >U M\l 



ilM MONTtJOMKRV !*r. 



'COM If K(»\l 

K Miqhtv UrniiT 



MO I 1 1 S( HI ON 

Kt S a. Ml. Oailv 



GOUAILHARDOU CG. RONDEL 

Proprietor* 

5J<) Mcr< hunt Street Snn frantisco 



'A»K.X-»>»»X.X-X>»»)ti»X.XiX.X i i itiMaan i i !KiMa.m-»iinmBniM" ^ fl'Wrfl ' l f) r a 



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•y<swrawwM»^v?-yy-rr-rtyrY-y-rry 



J. R PLUMEL 

3 1 Eddy Street 

Formerly J8 Stockton St. Tel South 755 



IMPORTER OF 

Bordeaux Wines, Fine Brandies 
and Olive Oil 



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KOLAKINA 



... Sole Pacific Coa.st Ak«tiIs (or ... 

VAN DEN BERGH & CO. 
... G IIN S ... 



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■i.A-.t.5.iU.J.A..:.JtjkvvJt. 



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ANDY DIBBLE 



Che Ulorld's 



The Lacey 



orpcsMc 
HJlacc h:icl 



i>A.X PRAMCISCO'S MOST M AaPMIRICEINT SAl.OO.X 



fMONi; ltL.SI-i 7.*0 



vvrvv'V'V''i'V'.''V''.''V'i'''.''i'"V'ir'.^'V'V'-i?'4r'?'V'y'*''-¥'¥'' 
MERCHANTS' LUNCH, II t,. 2.* 



■vrr-v.vv'jf 




Del Paso 

CAFE 



Fine Wines and Liquors 

Tfl»phon* Buih 4'! ^. 

•J 

- r. coKvr.K 2 

California •nrf Batten Sts.^ 

lACK STAFFORD. Proprutor SAN FRANCISCO 

jrJMOWMOkJMUMiS 




621 MAKhll STRUT 






i 
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ITALIAN RESTAURANT 

S43 645 MCRCHANT ST 

r Moolgtxixrr I"' S«o Ft* 

ITALIAN AND fNCNCH '--. -r 
• PlrMOlM. »P 

>!' h.aiac Kooa ^ar FikBlll.* W 



MMNMMMMMH 



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tmmmmammmmmmmmmmmmmmS 



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PACIFIC WINE AND SPIRIT REVIEW. 




patniii would insist tiji 
iiiii ii stc;ik. Till- liiihli 



if lie wiTc in a moat market buy- 
liiiv's cniplKvci' wnnld insist upon 



The Wasteful Bartender. 

t, malvc tiic "Id iiKiii.i liis daily "iiiidc nioiv faitlifnlly 
than tile i-clail licinnr dcalcf. n(. matter wlictlici- liis bar l»t' 
a i)art of a hotel or rcslaniant or a saloon. And it is in 
small thinus that he should lie the most observant of tiie 
rule, for the bii; 1hinj,^s will, •icnerally, sutrj^est themselves 
to him. 

The retailer's most efficient aid against loss is, naturally, 
his bartender, liis first duty is to convince the liartender 
of that fact, and that upon his rej^ard for economy is 
larsjely de]>en(bMit the welfare of the business. 

It is not always the bartender who treats too often wlio 
is the most expensive to the house, for judiciously dis- 
pensed treats are iK'ueficial lo a bar. It is the bartender 
who flatters himself upon his skill, and demonstrates it to 
his admirinj'- patrons— but at the exi>ense of bitters, cor- 
dials and other conc(miitanls of mixed drinks— Avho cost 
the hous(^ money. 

Hvi'i-y man who indulges in mixed drinks knows well 
that the ]proportions of the materials used should be 
e.xact. I'pon this e.xactness depends the peculiar flavor 
and boucpiet of each dirnk. And yet how seldom is it the 
privilege of a man who orders a mixed drink to witness 
the exercise of the necessiU-y care in its preparation. On 
the other hand, he is more apt to be given an exhibition of 
slap and dash, as the bartender takes the bottles up quickly 
and recklessly spills each portion into the glass into which 
he has already slammed a (piantity of cracked ice with an 
altandon that would excite the envy of a baggage smasher. 
A quick shaking up and pouring, and, in nine instances out 
of ten, the throwing into the sink of a surplus of tlie mix- 
ture, are usual rather than unusual as the finishing flour- 
ishes of the mixing of a cocktail. 

All this costs the landlord numey. ("racked ice isn't 
furnished for nothing, as the iceman's weekly bills attest. 
Neither can cordials, bitters, whisky nor gin be bought for 
nothing. If the landlord will do a little figuriug for him- 
self he can readily compute how much (»f them his nifty 
bartender has emi)tied into the waste in a week. Then he 
will kni>w just how much more that bartender costs iiiin 
than the amount of the wage Avhich he pays him. 

Likewise, he can determine with just another tliougnt 
how much greater the profits of the week in (luestion would 
have been if the bartender would pay due heed to the rule 
of exactness. Just so much ice, just so much brandy, 
whisk}', gin or bitters, with the gla.ss filled to the brim and 
the shaker empty when the cocktail has l)een poui'ed — these 
shotild be the recpiirements for the successful and valuable 
bartender. 

It should not be forgot ten, either, tlial in a series of 
mixed drinks each .should be ligiiter than the one which 
preceded it. The customir will like it itetter, and the 
physical effect upon him ^\ill be better. Likewise, it will 
cost less. These results cannot be obtained by the 
bartender Avho does calisthenie stunts with the bottles and 
the glasses, but they Avill invariably attend the work of 
the careful bartender, who exerci.ses the care which the 



Nor is the mixer of fancy drinks the only olTen<ler 
against economy. He has an able imitator in the chap 
who, while filling a galss of ale, allows everything to go 
over the brim of the glass and removes the foam two or 
three times for the edilication of the expectant consumer. 
The effect of his wastefulness is the running throtigh the 
sewer of quantities of ale in the form of foam every day, 
and only a lead i)encil and a few minutes of calculation 
would give the emi)loyer of the bartender a fairly accurate 
statenu'Ut of bis loss as reckoned in barrel lots. 

A slow turning of the faucet, with the glass touching 
it and slanted so as to secure its filling with the least pos- 
sible force, will turn out a glass of ale with as creamy a 
top as the thirstiest man could wish for. If the (le])th of 
the "collar" is not just right to the eye, all the bartender 
has to do is to give the faucet another slight twist, and it 
is done. Thus there will be no waste, and, in addition to 
giving the customer satisfaction, the bartender will have 
the pleasure of knowing that his ]»rudence has been the 
nu'ajis of saving his boss the amount of his Avages. 

These losses are small when viewed from the standpoint 
of one cocktail or one glass of ale. But when they are 
counted up in the hundreds or the thousands, as they 
should be in large estal)lishments, the amount of the waste 
is enough to be appalling to the proprietor who figures 
carefully bis J"ecei])ts and expenses. — Xor Eiif/hnul /jfjunr 
Journal. 



r 



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CHAPMAN & WILBERFORCE 



ESTABLISHED 1 88 i 



IMPORTERS AND 
WINE MERCHANTS 



S pecial t ies 



VINTAGE CHAMPAGNES 

Pol Roger, 1859, J892 and 1893 

St. Marceaux, 1895 and J898 

Cazanove Vin Monarque, 1893 

Hankey Bannister, J 895 

Ayala, J898, extra dry and brut, and other Champagnes 

Boavet-Ladubay Saomur 

Vintage Clarets and Sauternes 

Vintage Hocks and Moselles 

Dawson's Scotch Whiskies 

Coates & Co.'s Original Plymouth Gin 

Brown Forman's Old Forester Bourbon Whiskey, etc. 



123 CALIFORNIA STRKET 

Telephone Main 775 ^ SAN FRANCISCO 



PACIFIC WINE AND SPIRIT RRVIKW. 

WHERE TO GET GOOD THINGS TO DRINK AND EAT. 



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TEVENDALE & LINDSAY ' 



S. R. iivisuui 
Mil ll>US4t 




1)1 Al I k- IN 



Fine Wines 
'ind Liquors 

telephone KKl) SOfiV 



Near MONTGOMtMT STKCIT 







Straight Goods Our Specialty 



San Francisco, Cal. 



TtitPMONt Bush 32 



MERCANTILE LUNCH 

1 1 « M TO 2 P. M 



Cosmos Cafe 

^^—« LOUIS FONTANEL PROP ==^"^ 

\VINES AND LIQUORS 



Phone Main '>'»')• 



Genllrmm'« Micj da> lunih' 




RoMF Harris 



133 MONTGOMEHY ST. 

• AN rMANCiaCO 



HIGH bKU)iS 0( 

SIK<I(.1II I 101 OHS 



O^cidrnlal HolH 

Oop<iS*tr 



lAhrens, Pern & Bullwinkoi 

IIQIOK NtfR( MAMS 



N. N> . Cor. Commerdal and Montqcmcr> Sis 

San Irancisco, (al. 



J 




620 posi srRni 

'^^"ij^^ Brt. Jonf* and la)lor S»S IR\N(iy.U, C4L. 

• OLI PMOPNICTOnS IMI^IITUIS 



I .. j...<.l 11... 



t..v.yjiq>aw KMqwawuwiwaKi M awqM 



b^.>.^-».i^A-j-J-ir.jUJt.Jt3^ 



BOFFftLO 

NEW BREW 
BOHEMIAN 

Sacramonto, Cal. 



BREWING 



ft. H. LOCHBAUM CO 

AGENTS 

125 King Street 

Phone IOIO Main 



PALE EXPOHT 
CULMBACHER 
PORTER 



COMPANY 



jfKt^^^ Ra 



GGI. 



624 
MONTGOMERY 

ST 







l(S. 



MY SPECIALTIES: 

Vhiikirt 
Doobl< SlJmrcd fr 

I5«6 

Old Crow *ai 
HfrmilAfc 2<pr<ul 

SAicrM Brandy \IM 

Bttquil r>«bDu<h* h Co. 

' Lr Gr«ndr Ch^mpigtvr 

C.>gniC T S r> V 






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PACIFIC WINE AND SPIRIT REVIEW. 

The Fehr Beer Cordially Received. 



Kilburn & Hayden's Latest Success. 

Uuiiiiiiliti»'<l success seems to be the reward of every 
eiiteiprising move made by Messrs. Kilburn & ITaydeu, 
proprietors of the magnificent Ferry Cafe, and the bars of 
the ferry boats on the North Shore line and also the Tib- 
uron line, ^^■ithiu tlie past few months they moved into 
their new Ferry Cafe, in the Terminal Hotel building, hav- 
ing spent a large amount of money in its equipment and 
installation. Many of tlieir closest friends tliought they 
were too enterprising, but Iheir judgnumt has ])roved to 
be A No. 1, because the Inisiness moved forward to a fine 
volume from the opening, and the trade is now one of the 
best in the city. In order to retain their old quarters, a 
few doors below, Messrs. Kilburn & Hayden transfornicd 
the bar and grill into what is now known as the "Ferry 
Creamery." This is an all-niglit place, and it is the only 
one of tile kind in the city, in view of the fact that it is 
more than a creamery, having all the adjuncts of a first- 
class restaurant. This place has been surprisingly suc- 
cessful from the opening, the concern serving as high as a 
thousand people a day within the first month of its exist- 
ence, and the trade is still growing. 



William K. Krcmer, Assistant iianager of liic I'raiik 
i'ciir IJrewing Company, brewers of one of the finesi liccrs 
in America, has lieen in the city since the 3rd inst., for 
ihe purpose of superintending the introduction of this be<'r 
to the San Francisco trade and public. As an illustration 
(if the abilities of Mr. Kremer and his assistants, as well 
as of the quality of the Fehr beer, it need only be stated 
I hat within less than one month, the goods were placed in 
l.~)0 of the leading bars, cafes and restaurants in the heart 
of the city. In fact, no work was done outside of this cen- 
tral section; and so far as the campaign was carried, a 
clean sweep was made. The i)lacing of six carloads of 
bottled beer in that number of new places within such a 
period, was a record hard to beat. "There is a market here 
for high-grade ICastern beer," said Mr. Kremer; ''the rep- 
i"<'sentative trade of the city are looking for a fine beer from 
the East, with a wide-awake institution behind it in order 
that people may be properly advised of its quality, etc. Wi 
know that we have the beer with the quality, and we have 
never had the matter of our enterprise questione<l. W\- 
believe there is a great market in this city and on the Coast 
for a good beer, and having this, we look for a large and 
growing business." Mr. Kremer intends to leave for home 
by the way of Portland on April 4th, and expects to return 
to San Francisco again in September in the interests of 
his brand. Without desiring to flatter the gentleman, we 
can say truthfully that he is one of the least spectacular 
and most modest and successful men in his line of business 
that we have seen in this "neck of the woods" in a long 
time. Therefore, he deserves all his success. 



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SAN FRANCISCO 
CAL. 



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HUNTER BALTIMORE RYE 

H. B. BOURBON and RYE WHISKIES 

EL MONTE BOURBON 

MARYLAND MONOGRAM 

W. H. McBRAYER'S CEDAR BROOK 

BOOTH'S OLD TOM and DRY GINS 



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BUCHANAN'S BLACK and WHITE SCOTCH 
J. BAUMGARDNER RYE 
UNION LEAGUE BOURBON 
AETNA MINERAL WATER 
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Jerome Bassity 

!102 

Market Street »Tia 

1 TurK Street 

5an Francisco 


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LH^UORS AND 
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SAN FRANCISr 



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Aerie 111' lliiiiles .Nn. .". iil' lliis cilv are Just ii'iuiilet iii^ an 
(iiiuinal srhenie. 1 1 is iiciiiiiiiL;- less (liiiii tlu' puirliase ol 
six iiuiidie.l acres of iaml nii tlie Russian l{iv(T iieai 
( ;\ieiiie\ ille, wiiieli is In lie sei aside aiid sold to Ea>;l(';' 
<inl\. Tile priee is In lie iiniiiiiiai. and paynieiits easy; and 
il is eonlideiitly expeeied iliai llie enlire lioldinfi will be 

sold as snnn as |iut nu ilie niarkei. All kinds of oonvcii 

i>ieU ri.le-s n.w idaee at ll.e n.Tl IinvsI r,,,-,,,,- nf (■|a^ i-nr, s uill he alTnnled. I.alliin.i:. I.nalin- huwiin- fishinji 
an.l Sansonie streets had a very sneeesslnl openin-. and He., ui.ile the .ailinad .■-uupan.y has made a Hat rale of -If: 



the ruiiiid 1 rip In l lie i;auh>. This is niie nf tlir' most lieail 
lifnl spnis ill ilii- nnrihein iiail nf the Slate, and no donli 
the plaee will he \el\ pnpniaf. I I is In lie klinwil as lll( 
••{•:a"les" Nest." 



IS now doinji a prospefotis Imsiuess. It is known as I he 

Xiantie. heinji' on the site on which the ship Niantic was 

snnk hack in the days when that pari nf the eil.\ was a 

])ortion of the Hay id' San Francisco. The interior finish is 

in wealheredoak and Ore.min pine, staiiu'd to match, the 

wliole havin.-; an eleuant linisli. The main room is extra Kalio's ]{estanrant has, after iiinch wanderin.^;. retnnu'( 

lariic and affords a coniforlahle and sunny lonniiing room in its nld location on .MerchanI streel, just off .Montgomery 

for customers. .Mr. I'hte ennt iniies to serve the same tooth- The mistake id' .Mr. K'allo's lite was in iimvinii- fiom Ihi; 

some mid-day Inmh. and also to cater to the hesi class of i>artiiiilar place, a stateineni which is prnvcd hy the fac 

trade in the downlnwii district. His sm-cess is well de liial since he reoiK-ned in his old ipiarlers, his fornu-r ciis 

sowed. inmers, who jiad Iteeii lost in the siiullle, returned and jmi 

ceeded to start the old tiiisiness oft' in fiood style. Mt 

The growth of husiness and the need for heller shiii- Katto will he <;la(l to see his many former customers in tii 

))in,2; facilities and more floor space, made it necessary for ii<'« ipiarlers. 

.Messrs. Wreden & Kohhnoos Comjiauy to find better quar- — 

ters. They have removed from 410 Front street to 210 Clay Royal Arch No. 2 of this city is <;rowinj; very rapidlv 

streel. where they will be glad to greet theii* friends <»n tiie I'Tth inst. it installed fifty-eight new memben 

and jiatrons. among them being a niimhir nf ]irnmineiit wholesalers. 



% CELLARS AND VINEYARDS at Icana. HcaWsburg Cloverdale. and Madrone, Sonoma County {5] 

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SOLE PROPRIETORS 

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^ BOURBON AND RYE WHISKEY 

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OFFICE AND DEPOT 

1295=97-99 FOLSOH ST., Cor. 9th 



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San Francisco, Cal. 



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SAN F-RA.NCISC<)> .MOST POPl I.Ak SAI.OON 

Ilcadciuarters for Newspaper Men aud the " People " Geuerally 
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J INH WINFS AND LIQUORS 

Steam lic-er and l-ager on l)rau(;ht 
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Pisco dc Italia, Madeira Wine 
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Cartan McCARiin & Co. 



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Sacramento Hay Go Wrong. 



The Lord knows. ;ni(i so do otIuts, that Sacramento is 
about as dead a phuc as you could locate on the map after 
a loiij: search, but the Law and Order Leajjue of that loufj- 
dead city has started a campaijrn to make the Capitol still 
more a dead one muuicipall3'. This alle<iation will 
be better understood when it is stated that the organization 
has held up the District Attorney, SherilT, Jfayor and 
Chief of Police by an open letter notifying; them that gam- 
blinj; is bein<j carried on in the city, and furthermore that 
it must be promptly stopped. The property owners are 
also notified that they will be punished under the section 
of the Penal Code which i)rovides that the leasing of prop- 
erty for gambling purposes is an offense. These mild 
gambling places, if they be allowed to exist, certainly 
afTord a variation of the monotony of the life in that city, 
particularly for the stranger or the traveling man. 

^\■hat will become of the old town when you will have to 
"go to bed with the chickens," are afraid of the Sacra- 
mento whisky, and don't dare drink the water? We pre- 
sume the only answer to this is, di'ink Buffalo or Kuhstal- 
ler beci*s. 



Eureka in the Foolish Class. 

AT I he lucsciii liiiir Ijircka. t'iil., is a veritable ''lio' 
bed" of anti-saloon agitation. Tiie long-Iiaired nici 
mill I lie sliort-haired women are kicking up a tremendoii 
rumpus because of alleged violations of the midnight cloi 
ing law, and of the ordinance against gand)liug. Of coum 
these accusations come fnuu a minister of the Gospel, an 
it goes without saying that he is president of the Ant 
Saloon League. All the reverend gentleman wants is tli 
impeachment of Mayor Torrey — that he may be cast inl 
outer darkness, aiul given no further chance for his life. 

There are, of course, two sides to the story, and as tt 
allegations of the anti-saloon people are usually grof 
exaggerations, to put it mildly, we will find that May( 
Terry will be permitted to serve the full time for wliic 
he was elected. If the people of Eureka were governed h 
common sense, there would be no 12 o'clock ordinanc 
because of the fact that Eureka is a prominent seapor 
and quite a cosmopolitan city. They should therefore ni 
be regulated by such people as the president of the Anl 
Saloon League of that place. 

Up at Reno the liquor dealers have concluded to beg' 
a fight upon the State law of 190.5 which imposed a Sta 
tax of $.")0 upon retailers, -flOO upon wholesalers and $] 
upon the drug stores handling liquor. The dealers a 
satisfied that the law is unconstitutional, and have raisi 
a fund and employed an attorney for the purpose of tes 
ing the law to a finish. It is to be hoped that they wi 
succeed, because the example is a bad one. 



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plumpest, sweetest and cleanest of grain is used. The Hops are selected 
especially for us from the very best. The water, after being purified and filtered 
by nature, comes up in its crystal purity through 1500 feet of Rock and Gravel 

Frank Fclip's Extra lager 

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Its rapid growth in popular favor at home and abroad proves its superiority : 



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Phone main 6201 



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Would Limit Saloon5 in Alameda. 



A I.A.M 111 >.\. .M;iirli L':;.--'riic in;iji>iii\ nl llic iiiiiiisi(t< 
III' Iliis lilv li;l\c |illl llirliisi'hi s cm Iccdrd ;is liciii;^ ill 
r;i\ii|- c:f a |iin\ isioii ill I lie iii'W ( 'iin: lei-, iiuw iiciiii: t lanicil, 
limiliim liic miiiilicr ot' siilnmis in niiiciTii, ihc pnsciii " 

Illlllllicl-, illlii cnlil ilillillL; lllr lllinillllllll lii|llnr liicnsr al rll\. i.niiLn liiil 

sr.Od a \( ar. 



William '!'. (I'lliiiii. \\ liusr \(icaiiiiii is rcpicsriil iiii: tlir 
Shea I'>(i<(|iiria/. ('imi|iaiiv, wine and lii|ii<ii- dcalii-s, ami 
his a\<'ralinii drliLilii iiil: his tri( nds wiili his r\i<'|i( ii)ii-ill\ 
liiif iiass Noicr, ariivi'd mi ilic siraim-r roimma \ rsi I'vda v 
impiiiiin;. lie is a ;^m si ai jlnirl \anri- ami will iciiiaiii 
in ihc iniinl\ aliiiiil a wnk inl('i-\ irw i iil; ihr maiiv ciis- 

Inliifl-s 111' ihr tillii. lll<- liiaiip|il\ ni wlinm Iia\c liccdlllC 

|ialniiis lliiimL;h ihc umiial |icis(mal il \ nf iis rr|pn'<ciil:i- 

li\r. ••When .lim: 's Ah- Was Nrw" is ihc liilc i.f a ha-s 

SI ill I which runs in ( ' hi'hiw I he i c^islcr and hv I he siiiuin;; 

which .Mr. (("I'ricii has made a hosi nf rriciids in Iliis 



An Ancient Motto. 



l'LACi:i;\ll.Li:.— The I'icsidciit nl llie lluaid nl Tins 
lcrs..r I'laceivilie, Dr. .1. (,). Wiviiii, has nfreied a 1-csnln "WUWr I "^1^ Hp ill NVw llaniiishiic the ,.ihei- day,- 
lion l)cf(ire liic 'riiisiccs i)n.i>nsiii;i Ihal Ihc license uidi ^:ii'l ll"ii. -Iiihn W. \'eik. s uC Kcnlmkv. al ihe UaJciiih, 
iiaiK-c id' ihc cil\ lie amended sii as In increase relail li<|mir ••! weni ihiniiLili an hisluiical Imnsc rained 1 liruiiLiliniil 
lic»-iiscs Irniii s:U\ pel- i|iiarlei- m sT:. jici- (|naiier. x,,„ iMi-land. Il was Imilt in Kil'd. and e\ci-y xisih.i- In 
I'misimnilh makes a pi l^i'i nia.Lie In llie ancieiii siinclnrc. 

Wouldn't Take Chances. , ^^,.,^ ^,,.^,,|,, i„,,.n-sied in all ihai p,Tiains m ii. ami. 

aniniii;- niher lhiii;;s, was si! nek li,\ a Icasi carved nii il ; 

•■Whei-e-s Ihal rnnii.N cap willi Ihc .-ai- Haps vnii used In ^^,.,||^' , ,,.,, , ,,,, ,„„ ,,,,„Miil,e,- In have ever se.m slale.l in 

Wear lasl xcai?" , , . 

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••Weel. sir. I liaviia wnrn n sin Ihc aceidciii. . . ■ 

"Wlial a.ei.jeiii was ihal. Dniiald?" "" '■^"' '''-' "''^- '^^''"''^ ' '"- "'^" >"" "'^'> ''^''' ='" 

••A shiiililmaii askcil me In hae a drink an" I <lidiia hear l'>'i,U as ymi wanl. and thai ynii may never wani as Iniiu as 

him."" \en \\\r.' " ^W'dsliiiii/hiii I'usl. 



SHERWOOD & SHERWOOD 

Importers and Exporters 

Stooks of our Agency Goods for sale In bond and duty paid a« 



212-214 HARKET ST., SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. 

Telephone Private E.xchange 214 



216 N. HAIN ST., LOS ANQELES, CAL. 

Telephone Green 217 



RKCIRIC C07XST 7^GE3NTS FOR 

J. H. Cutter Celebrated Kentucky Whiskies 
Schlitz Milwaukee Beer Keystone Monogram Rye and Old Saratoga 



Renowned for Purity and Flavor 
SCHRAMSBERGER VINEYARD, Tha Most Famous In California 



THE FINEST EASTERN RYE 
CALIFORNIA WINES AND BRANDIES IN WOOD 



B. & J- BURKE'S Bass's Ale and Dublin ECHENAUER & CD'S Clarets and Sau- EVANS' INDIA Pale Ale. 



Porter (Gdinness's Extra Forbign 

Stout, the finest brew). 
8. at J BURKE'S»»*Irish and Garnkirk Scotch 
DEWAR'S Old Highland Scotch Whisky. 
KEYSTONE MONOGRAM Whisky. 



ternes. 
A. HOUTMAN & COS Holland Gin. 



SHERWOOD ROBIN HOOD, in wood & bottle 
MACKENZIE & GO'S Spanish Sherries and 

Port. 
K. & J. BURKE'S Nonpareil Old Tom Gin. 
GLENLIVET Scotch Whisky, in Wood. BURKE'S Hennessy Brandy and Dry Gin. 

JOULE'S Stone Ale, in Hhds. and Hlf. Hhd». ROSS' Belfast Ginger Ale, Club Soda, Etc. 

■*S!,f ^!^vl;^L'' "^ ^^^^TON. Ud.-B.M MEINHOLD'S Anchor Brand New York ^;t!sT''BROs'"''s'^fNS, Frankfort-o„-M.,n, 

^"^^'■- Rhine and Moselle Wine. 

HENK WAUKESHA Mineral Water. 

Canadian Special Rye Whisky (Gooderham & Worts, Limited, Toranto, Canada)^ 

Bcittled under Government Supervision. 
Whiskies Gin, Brandy, Rum — Imported and Domestic — in bulk and bottled« 

in bond and free, guaranteed pure. 



Ale, in Wood. 
aOYALTY HOLLAND Gin, in Wood 



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WHISKIES .< BOURBON AND RYE 

DisTiLLiD IN THE FAMOUS BLUE GRASS DISTRICT OF KENTUCKY 

Agents for MONROL'S PIRE APPLI CWLK gi.<«rls tind Pints. 
I)i«^tril^utt;ri^ of " FOR 131 DOE IN PRL IT" 

McDonald & cohn 







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California Wines and Bivmdies 

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417-419 Montgomerv Street 



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>ii'( ll|iiri| I hi' I iiiic ;ili<l llicM'i'N iiii|ii>i'liilil ijllrsl idlis iif sidl 
iiiiichnics mill iliisnl iiiwii will'. li\ niiidial ruiisriil. 

l:il '<l. 

.IiiiIl;i' .MiMiic, ;is \\;is pii'il id cil in liiisc inhnniis hist 
lliolilli. h;ls lirrli circle. 1 .MjlMif ,,{' ScMllIc .lllsl w h;H Ihr 

jiiiiiiiiic Iif liic iic\\ ciiv aijiiiinisi i;ii inn inwiinl Ihc li(|ii(ii' 

illlcrcsls will lie is linl vet jihlill. hill lilcic scciiis In he III) 

iiiisiiii I'lir liMiiiiu ilini II hnsiiic |iiisiti(iii will lie mkcii; 
.siHcmllv iriic ,ii Ihc CIV iniiu-. mm- vmnnu. .., imsines. ._^ ^.^^.^ ^^^^^ ^,.^^^^^. |^.^^ ^,.^,^^| ^^^,_^^ 1^^ ^^ ^ MUcnii.t to 

ll:llis;lcle.l .llllili- .Mjllcli will II ll-hiuhlcl 1 y li;lcli ;i hllucr ,.|, ise I he s,i Iduiis mi Sinn hi \ s i u 1 u Inice :i u''ncl ;i I 1 u'elock 

Inliil lluill ihe lii;llle l(i|- ihe ci)nes|iiili(l i nu luniilh nt' hisl ilcsili;: llin\ c'lncnl . s(i liin;; ;is I he |irn|iriel <irs iiliscr\C Ilic 

\.:ir, which w;is:ill lliniMlllllx h.hl sc:is.ili. Si i 1 1. cnnsiilcr nlhcl- nldeis fill- leCiliii iv^in-'liliu .hiscl li.ixcs ami till- 

iim Ihc iliclcase ..f pnimiiltinii alhl ill.- '^ruvvM .. ili.l il i.Mi l"'''-^' '"'■ "'' ^^''^i-'li. II. ■ I li 1 .■;! 1 .Mis. li..w.-\.T. llml if his uv 

... , , . , . dels f.ir iiiipiuM 111. ■Ills iii-c 11. p| . Illli. '.1 iiiii III ill.' I. ■tier li.- 

iif iiiMisperii \ iiiiw Mi-c\ailiiiu, 111.' ira.l.' is n.ii w lial ii ■,,••,, ,■ ,, i . ■ 

' ' • will iiisisi .111 I li.' iiliscrxaiic.- .il all I he i eL;ii lal i\c slat iilcs. 

sii.iiil.i I.I'. One |iruiiiiiieiil l.i.al ilcal.r plac.'s the lesii.ni- <■ \i i- i. ii , ,• ,-ii 

' Ihc .11.11 Is .if \\ . I'. Knlili 1. 1 si'ciirc a li.ciise art' slill 

sil.ilily iii.nii 111.' iiilcns.. aciiviiy in real .■sial.- wlii.li. h.- „„,„,,,,,,,„|. |.-,„,,„,- .Mav.n- I'.all iii^.T. w Ii.m, iiifunncl 

savs. ••.!.. csiTi all.iw a man liiiu' M l.iiy whisky." |,^ H,,. c.i,-|i,,i';ii i.m .■.iiins.'l Ihai h.' c.iiil.l ii.ii \.i.i the see- 

Dealers will) caici- in ihe family ira.l.' hlaiii.' lli.' iiii li.m .if i h.- .ir.liiiaiic' i-claliiiu in Knliirs liens.', whil.'aii- 

iisnailv eohl wiaihcr .if lasi w.'. k fm- the ii.ilahl.' falliii- |ini\iii- s.ctimis nf ili.' same nr.linanc.' -laiiiiiii; licenses 

nir in thcii- sah's, Th.' n'lail.'is liav.' Ii.'.ii liani hit hv ihc '" 'i^<' "H"''' ""'"• .i^'" •'•■"""'I 'I"' '"iiii.liial i.m l.y r.'fiisini; 

..... , , III ap|iln\c the liiiii.ls <<( lIlc six. The ni.'s.'lil .Mavni' lias 

rc.'.'iilU cnf.irceil .ii-.linan.-c prnhilnt ini: the nperaiinn nf , . ■ , , ,• ,,. , 

lint (IctinileU- c.immil led iiiinselt. hiit will make a persnnal 

'^l-' '"^"I'i"'^ «l'i'l' I'^i'l '"■'■" pn.vin- .'xc.'lleiii iia.h' i„v,.st i.oat inn nf I he le-al aspc.-ls nf I he .-as.', lie has ii.'en 
hiin-crs. Wliil,- ih.' .ii'.h'r fm- ilieir icmnval has swell. 'd ,|n,;|.',l as savin- that if he finds ihe sal i is t.i l.c Incalcd 

liic receipts nf ill.' .ash |-c;.;islcl s. ill.' aclual nlll]HII nf within a 1(1. ick nf Ihe I'llinn 1 >c]inl 111) liccnsi' W ill he ;i;i\-cll. 

i;(in.ls has Ix'cn ;;r.'ally .Icri-. ased. 'I'lie w Imli'salci's will The r.'c.'iii nr. Icis issiii'il liy .\laynr italliniicr and I'c- 

iin.lniihtedly feel tlie.'lfccts iii'Xl iiinnih. ilci'atc.l liy .Maynr .M c pr.ili iliil in- the nperaiinn nf sh.l 

inaciiincs and dice -aims in ih.' ci-ar simes may hi'infr 

llollhlc nil th.' salnnii llldi. The li-ar .Icalel's declare tlial 

i'l(;i:r sm \it noiios. il ihc iiainlilin- laws aic in lu' .nfni .-..I. ihcy will insist mi 

a li-id nliscrvan.'.' .if nllii r hlii.' laws, nam.'h. Ih.' I n'.-ln.-k 
William I'.iiis. pr.iiiiici.ii- nt the .Vrlin-i.in is eiilirelv ,: . ,. ^ . i • i 

' ' ■ .• ni-.|iiiaii.-c ami Ih.' Miiidav .l.isin- law. 

rcfmiiisliiin; his Imi. 1 and har, and /. T. .Vn.lersnii is . '■ . . . ,. • . . . 

III.' Siipcii.ii- ( .11111, with -linl-e .M.nris .di ih.' hcinli, 
npciiin- a new plaic at <'lear l.ak.', W ashin-tnii. . , • . . . . . .■ . <■ 

' ' ' ^ has .Ic.'idc.l thai a rcviikcl lic.'iisc is iin ^i-niin.l Inf recn\('i\' 

William .l.'iiscn has jiisi sol. I ih.' I'.isniai-ck, ill.' well ,,j. ||^^. ,,, , ,„. ,,f , i,,. ,|iicxpir.'.l t.T f th.' li.cnsc Id-aiik 

knnwii .al.' in the (ilnh.. liiiil.liii- at First and .Madi^nn, |.., |, „.,.,, j_ ,,„, |,i;,i„| jn' i„ n,,. ,,,sc a-aiiisi ili.' cilv. s..iih' 

in Ickcs i;i..s. \ .Mii.h.'ll.a linn .if Kasi.'iii inv.'stnis. The |i,„,. .,„,, |,,^, i,,^ |i.-,.ns.' .ni a.... mil nf Ih.' cliai-a.-lcr .if 

jtricc is -iv.'ii as ."5;4((,0(l() ami the sale inclml.s th.' l.'-isc, liisiilai-c 

hnwlin- all.'ys. lixnii-.'s ami i v.'iyl liiii- iliai ma.h' up llii' y^ ,, ci,,., lin-lmi, snperini.'n.h.iii .,f th.' NNasliiimlmi 

Hisniaick. .Mr. .I.iiseii will .l.'vm.' his lim.' m Innkiii- Am i-S;,ln,iii L.'aun.', has r.'imnc.l fmni an .'Xl.'ii.h'.l lri|i 

aft.'r his i.al .sial.' hnl.lin-s. His tirsi ninv.' ahni- this n,,.,,,,.!, n,,. sial.'. Th.' h ami.' is .•.niipilin- lisis nf .'Inii'.'li 

I''"' '^ '" '"■ ""■ '■'■'■'•li'"i "f •! six-sinry Hal hiiildin- nii the ^,,,|, ..^ ,,,■ .||| ,|,.„,,i„inai inns Uv ]ii-,..-iii.-is ami cmimiis and 



liner if l'",asllak.' axcnii.' an. I .Mer.-cr stn 



i\ this m.'ans .'Xiiccts i.i Iin.' up :!(I,(I(MI v.iicis ami thus 



The K.'lail Ci-ar l>(alcrs" I'rnlc.-tivc .\ss.icial i.m r.'- Iml.l i h,. halaiic' .if jinw .'i- in I h.' eleci i.m nf i hi' next l.c-is- 
c. iilly speiii a day rc-cleclin- their nttici'is, with Charles laiiirc. Th.' I'I'fnrls .if th.' l.'a-iic will he .■.inciit raid in 
Smith as pi.si.l.'iii hcatliii- the lisi. K.iiitin.' liiisin.'ss i he .'mha v.ir in . Ic.l men w Im fav.ir In.al .ipii.in. ( 'h.'r- 



T (5 

Billiard and 
Pool Tables 

and 

^^X SUPPLIES 

I B A R F I XT U R E 5 ... 

» BOWLING ALLEYS ^^^^ 





BOWLING SUPPLIES I 



I THE BRUNSWICK = BALKE=COLLENDER CO. 

g 652-656 MISSION STREET, . . - - . SAN FRANCISCO $ 



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TELEPHONE MAIX 1-436 



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TACniC WINI- .WD SPIRIT Ri-:\Ti-:w 




Ttalidtt Uincyard Company 



i>uc>i>uc;i;uis or 



CALIFORNIA WINES M BRANDIES 




Owners of the LARGEST VINEYARD in the I nited Stdtes S 



3,000 ACRES 

PLANTED IN THE FINEST VARIETIES OF WINE GRAPES 



NEW YORK OFFICE: 



202-204 CENTRE STREET --n 213-215 HESTER STREET 



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PACMFlC WINK AND SPIRIT RHVIKW. 



|i|,i,lli.,i 'I'll,. -i:iiliim nil llic iMiillilMlik lilM- III' llir Niilllicrii 

I'li.ilir lijs (lr;i\\n lH;i\il.\ "ii ilir lalMii in:irki'i. wliilr lui 



linUlnli ].r(i]i.>scs Id csljlliliKll :l ii(\\s|i:iim i In Im 

liv lllc liinnlifis of tile Icil.mic. , v , ,, .■ , 

'Tlir><.-inlr !'.n•^^in.. anil .\h.lliim C... ;nv l.ruin.iiii- liir lln. jnini I in,, ur i !„■ (.. i;. \ N.nn,l NurilnTn 1 antir I,... 

,,,,,-, I- an n.lililiniial Iniil.li.m al llM.ir ( Irnr^rl ,.wn lunii l.^uiMnn an,! i;i|uria, iImt.. aiv l.dUU lahuivrs ..,„- 

,,|,,„ ,„ ,s,.,h,.lH,nli„uvMnksno« ln,al..,l allhr < ;rani |.luvr,|. Tlir I'a.ili.- Kail^av .^ NaMLiaimn Cunpanv W 

'n-...,'l..i.l-- annilMT sirnnniv for ilir ran\„■u^^r ^^U\ ^n u.nkinua M^ Im-,-,. l-n wr.n 1 1 il lsl,un, an.l ilirCusl. Tli. 

,,,, ,,,hI a^lliinl un.. Inr il,.. ar.n,ninu,L-,hnn of llir r„n, SnnllnTii I'arilir is unini; l- il" ^ I^h-l aniunni ul wurk in 

iiaiiN's waiiHiis ami I'nr i he anlniiinliilc liiuks. wiiicli will ilicNallrx. 

W ilislallcd as snon as llir rcill.lilinll "f I llr sITitIs l.rlwrcll [n \\ ash i ll.Ulnli ami lilain. llir <ail Inr lirip is likewise 

(i((nuvl.>\\n ami Sratilc will wai-raiii. Inisk. ami l>.\ iIh' ini.liHc "T sin r an army nf |.rol.al)lv 

Ai'l'a.nnia. 'I'. C N'aii I'.aiun. pi-..i)riri(.i- of ilic Alliiiia l,;,!!' ili,- si/.c nf I'.nllamrs |,n|nilai inn .an liml cniiilov- 

Siar salnnn. lias limi cniniiicd nl' srlliiiii lii|m>i- In live niciil. \N . S. 

minnis ami linr.l i In^ niaxiniiim iiciialt y of .^KMI. 

'I'lic ilinnli ami am i-liiiimr intlncnccs iiT i'milaml arc 

\\\> in arms ai;ainsi ilic adnplinii al llic .iinic clcrl inn nl 

ihr m w li«|iini- law llial has ln'cii iii-n|insr.l, asscrlini: llial 

Ihis law was ilralifil in llir nIVncs >>( ihc Whnlcsalr l.i(|iinr 
l>calci-s' Assi;.iaiinn. They make llic iminl llial by il< 

adnplinii il wnllhl iml nlilv sil|irlsrilr all llir Irunla I i IIU 

.nilinamc's imw in cUVii. Inn wniihl ,ui\r ihc lic|ii<n- iin'ii 
nnliinilcil imwcr In ,],i as llicy pleased. A wann lii:hl 

seems In he shlled Inr ihe nnililli: raillliai;^ll. 

I'aiil Kader. stiperiniemleiii nf ilie Anii-Salonn l.eai;iie 
ul' Oitiion, wlin was snnie lime a;^n assaulled and slahhed 
l>v an iniknnw n peismi while inakin!^' an address at Salem, 
has piihliely diMiied thai he e\er inliniated. as repnrted. 
that till' lii|nnr men were enneeined in a pint against his 
litV. This slaleinellt slmllld plll an eireelnal end te the 
ahsiird eharjic aiiiiiiisi the liipmr dealers. 

Thi' i'nrtlaml I'rewiiii: Cn. has ehaiiiicd hands and new 

ntlieers have heell elected. All nl' the (iriirinal stuck nf the 

(•nr]t()rat inn has heen taken up and new stnck issued. \i. 
B. Staiideiimeyer, the fnrmer ]iresidenl, has retired, and 
.M. Keilisleill has heen selectcil In till that position. Tll(> 
priiiei])al slocklmldeis ate .M. Keinslein and Mary A. AVil- 
lielm. .Mr. K'einstein has heen actively eiiiiaiicd in tlie hop 
liiisiiiess for tli<' jiasi fourteen years, and Mrs. Willndin 
forincrly owned iheSellwnnd itrewcry. The jdant will he 
eiilariicil and a niimher nf inipro\cnieiits made 

1>. I-',, itndd. a I'oiiland einphrynieiK aiidit, sa,\s the 
lalior market is in wirise cmiditinn than e\cr hefore. "The 
railrnails are olfcrinL; >fJ and SL'.iiri a day. and scmie lahor- 
( rs are secured, lint few nf ihem slay, es|iecially those \\ho 
are hronuht niii frnm the lOasl. .Ml nther classes of labor 
are haiidica|iiicd fer help, ami there is an ahiindance of 
wcnk ill the cil\ as well as in the nntlvini; sections." 



FERNET- BRANCA 

TONIC, BITTERS 

Specialty of 

Fratelli Branca, 

Milan, Italy 



BEST FLAVOR TO COCKTAILS 

Stomachic 

Aperient 

Digestive 

Hygienic 





GRAND PRIZE 

ST. LOUIS 1904 

Sole North American Agents 

L. GANDOLFI & CO., 

427-31 W. B'way, New York 
IMPORT ORDERS SOLICITED 




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PERKINS, STERN & CO. 

1860-1978 



STERN & ROSE J 

1878-1687 S 



CHARLES STERN & SONS, m, 

Producers and Distillers of HigK-Grade 

California Wines and Brandies 



Owners and Controllers of 3000 Acres of Choicest Vineyards located at Stalder, Riverside Co., Cai. « 

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LOS ANGELES, CAL. 
903-931 Macy Sireet 



Wineri:^ and Distilleries: LOS ANGELES AND WINEVILLE, CAL. 
NEW YORK CHICAGO 

14 and 16 Vesey Street 



198-200 E.Kinzie Street 



BOSTON I 

134 State Street | 



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PACIFIC WINE AXli SPIRIT RK\IK\V 






Jesse Moore A A Whiskey 

BEST ON EARTH 




JESSE MOORE-HUNT CO 



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Distillers and lUMcsJlc Ciqu:r Dcilcrs 



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SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. 



LOUISVILLE, KY. 



PACIFIC WINE AND SPIRIT RKVIKW. 



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A. r. Ilnljilill;: \ •"'!. :ir«' ;lt I l;lrl ill;^ |(lllilic ;ll Iclll inn Ic 



Til,. |i(|ii.ir ,|(';ilcls (H' i;crkclc.\ rr.cix cil ;i srllmcU ;il Ihr 
lliimls nf \\\v 'rilislccs nl' lliill ril\ nil Mjllcli ll'.lll. l.asi 
\(;ir llir llUllllifl- i>f Slllonlis \\;is irdllccd Irniii I W nil \ I In-cc 

l<i Icii. Tile li<|n(ir (Iciilfis w lin tciil ln-in ili|iii\ cil nf ihcir 
licciisr ill linsiiicss, linni<;lit |)r(SHiirc in lii;ir nii ilic r.n.inl 

liir llh' |ilir|insc nf liavillU W \\\'J.\\ lircnsr |pn|ii\ Jldnplcil in 
llli' |ihlri' nf III)' rnllK'l inn nl' the llllinlirr nf I'i'klil li<|llll| 

plans. Till' |irn|insili()ii was dftValcd iiv a \nic nf 1 in •_'. 



old l\irk wliiskx li\ advcft isiiij; a pii/.c nf sKKI Inr ilw ( 'nii^nssnian .liiliiis Kaliii lias rc](licd m a (•niiiiiiiinica 

Im'sI idea Inr a pnsirr advert isiiiu llir wrll kimwii ^nnds. linn s( 111 hini Iimih ihc i,ii|iinr Itcalcrs" Assnciatioii iirfiiii^ 

'i'lic idlVr, which is a u'^iiiii iw niic. will he njicn iiiilil April ( 'niiurcss In make iimut lilicial cniidiliniis I'nr the liciictil 

ir., I'tOC. Thf liniisc is i-c.-ci\ iiiu inaiiv aiiswcis. all nf i.f i hr nlliicis nf i In- inicina I ir\ .■niic srr\ ic r, w lin aiv nvcr 

w jiii-h L;n(s In shnw I ha I I he schcnic is ^cl liiiL: I hi' al mil inn w m kcd and pmn-l v paid. 'I'lir iimMMiicnl nn t'nnl is I'nr tin 

nf ilin oniicial piililir. .\s a rrsiili cd' all lliis clTni-i. we nliiaiiiiiii; nf a ihirlvday xacalinn in rarh vcar. with fill 

i\])cri In si-r sninciliiim pa I I irii la il \ alliarlixr and nrii: pa v. a iid a Isn cd' a fixed st ipciid instead nf i hr prcsciil sciiU 

inal in ihe wa\ nf a new pnsiei- selling: I'nrlh ihe inei-ils nf rate id' pa\. Kepreseiitat ive Kahii pimnised in ^V\ i-very 

■■(>li| Kiik." tliini; in his pnwer in the matter. 






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BETHBSDA 



THE WATER OF QUALITY 



I WAUKESHA'S ORIGIINAL MINERAL WATER 



SPARKLING-NATURAL 



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QUARTS, PINTS, SPLITS 



HALF-GALLONS 



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M LEVY & CO , Los Angeles \ Pacific Coast ) KENTUCKY LIQUOR CO., Tacoma 

SCHWABACHER BROS. & CO , Seattle i Distributors / ROTHCHILD BROS., Portland 



LOUIS CAHEN & SON, San Francisco Distributors 



I 549 Mission Street 



Phone Private Exchange 3QI y 






Louis ('. Sliindler lias resigned his interest in llie .lames 'riic \\liatenni I »isliilMit iiii: Cniiipanv was iceeiilly i 

\V(>(i(lliiirii Cnmiianv nf Sairanienin, extensive and Iniii;- mipni-ated in the Stale nf \\ asliiiii;tnii fnf the ]nir|iiis(' i 

estaldished whnlcsale lii|llni- dealers nf lllis eit.v. and has ,.,„|,i,„.,i,|„ ., „hnlesale lii|llnl- hnsiness. The tnistees ^ 

liei 11 siieeeeiled as manager li\ 10. A. A\ci\". '{"lie laller has i- n n , i i/- , c i.'^.,.i,,.i. 'i"l 

^ • . ■. , , the enliiliailV are !•-. 11. Hall 11 ailiM lenl-iie ( . !• isclicl. II 

heell fni- n\er I went V vears enniieeted w till impnl-tant wlinle- • ■ . , ■ 

, ,. . . ', ■ ,■ ,1 • •, 1 1 ;. , I,; , „ enmpanv is eapitali/.ed al .■5.>.00(l. I heir principal jdn' 

sale lii|iinr interests nl this cii\ and lirmus In his new i . i ■ ■ 

r(s])<.nsihililies the experience, ripe Jiidmneiit and niana- "f hnsiness will he lielliniiliani. 

jrerial aldliiv that are the leipiisiles of success. .Mr. 



Seliijidler will dexnie himself in the future In his hnsiness 
and ])ri\ale iniensis. The liipmr hmise id' the -latiK's 



The Slate nf W ash iniitnii is soon to have its first ^'ra 
distillerv. It will he Incaled at Scdro-Wooloy, and opi 



W'nodhiirn ('olll]ian\ is one nf the best kllnwil ill the State. 

enjoyin.i; a widespread repiitalinn fnr liherality and fair ^''ed In !'. A. (iillespie. recently fmiii Carnlina. (or 

,|,.';ilini:. Iiarley and rve will he used I'm- the mannfact iire nf liq«f 



PACIl-IC WINl- AND SPIRIT RH\Ii:\\ 



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LOS ANGELES DEPARTMENT 



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UlikV BAKhAM, Manager, 22o Franklin Street 



LtiS A.\<ii;i.i:S. .\|;l|-.li l-l. \\\ .Ir. isi..|l ..f I hi' I 
all shM-k uf I he Mail 1- \ Znlifl.-iii lin-w.-n iiiiist Im- sni.l 
ami tin- iiPimiiiIs dividfil liclwti'ii (ic<ir;;c /.iilH-l<-iii ami 
tin- fslati- of till- Ian- .Ins4-|ili .Mait-r. Tin- |Hli(i«>M f.d- a 
KMcivrr was ili'iiitMl. Tin- .Iml';<- lu-ld thai .lt>si'|ili .Maicr 
HJioiiltl lint liavc siirit'plilioiislv ai'i|iiirc<| cniitnil of tin- 
hrt'wrrv. Simc it lias a|i|M'arf<l ilial tin- pjiiliiiMs in lliis 
hi;; coiHiiii cuiild ii<> lidipT a^ifi-c stvcial otTrrs liavc Im-cii 
iiia<l<- III pmrhasc tin- lni-wciv. One nf tlu-sc nlTi-rs, it is 

sjiiil, tiiim- fi Ailiil|»liiis lliiscii of St. I.uiiis ami aiinllici- 

fii.iii 'r<>iii Alton, piii-ial maiia^rr of tli<- Hicwcis Syiiiii 
rale iif Sail I'rainisrii. NcilluT ilral was <tiiisiiiiiiiiaii<| ainl 
now it is sjiid olln-r iicj;otiations arc luiilri- wav. in IiIn 
ill risjoii ill this lawsuit tin* .liiil}:c saiil : 

"l>owii III tlii',vi-ai- ItMlll no rioiiil a|)|iiariil io nilllr this 
a;:ii-fal>li- siM'ial ami Imsimss i'oni|ianionsiii|i. in l!MMi tin- 
tii-si iin|ilia<aiitm-ss III rill Till. Tin' ili rcmlani, .1. I'\ .Maiii*. 
Hon of .losi'|>li MaiiT, lii-ii-asiil, at litis liim- lirst hnaim* a 
iiii-iiiIm r of till- iliiTctoralf of tin* liifwi-rv ; ami still ) icoi-;;!' 
/olirli'in rcinaim-il in i;:iioraiiri' of tin- fan that Mr. Mail r 
had a<i|iiiiiil tlir stock of K'adi-inarlifr and tioliir. In 
iliiil. he did not disroMT this fart niilil .May, IJMM. 

• I 'onsidi rin-j iln- IIms of .losi'|ili Maii-i- ami I'lini^M- 



/olii'liin dnriii;: thrir iianiioiiioiiK aKHiM-ialioii roxi-riii;: a 
|M-ri<Ml of many yi-ars, tin* iniiid n-voltn at Iln* idm that it 
was i-vi-r i-oni<-iii|dali-d l>y fitli<-r that In* was making a 
roiitrat-t whirli would nsiilt in ^liviti;; tin- other a lc;;al 
ri;;lit, hy the a<-<|iiisilion of iIh-m- or four t<harrr< of xiiM-k 
coKtiii;; a jialtry thn-i- or four hiindriil dollars, to put liiiii- 
si'lf ill roininaiid of tin- wholt" hnsim-ss in tin- iiitirt- i-x- 
) Insion of his asMiciatc." 



< 'oiisiih'ialili- of a si-nsalioii has Imi-ii laiisid hen- hy ihi- 
fail that ihi- ow mi-s of tin- Imperial and l>cl .Moiiii- K'wW* 
lia\i' consolidalfd tin- roiirmis iiiidtr a m-w iiaiiu' and 
.>ii riind a icstoiiiiion of ihc liiciisf forfriicd hy l>fl .Moiitt*. 
.\s till- roinliiiiiil rotircriis now p-i aloii;; with oiw JiifiiM' 
insiiad of iwn, an im|Mirtaiit hyivin;; is ilTntiil. 



'rill- San I>irf;n jSliWrly will roim- In l.ns .\ll'^ili-S and 

i|ii'n a |ilanl on \\ illow stni-l. 



Ilinr\ S. Itan- has Im-4'I) roiuiiiissioiiti! to arrsiii^t- uim* 
of iIm- most iiotalilr fi-atiiri-s for tlu- fiitcrtainiiii-iit of the 
Sliiim-rs Ik-i'i- in May. lii- will til up a lia.sfiiii-iil riHim of 
ilir .Mi'xamliia lloiij as a laihskilhr. whi'ir ;iri-at «nskH 



PEERLEvS5 BRAND 



(]()LI) ME:I)AL 



Wines and Brandies 




%' 



♦?■; 




\ incyard.s in Sau (.iabriel \ alley. W inc-ry and Distillery 
corner of Macy and Lyons Streets, Los Angeles 

Highest Awards, Gold Medals and Diplomas ha\c hccn '^[iNLn our Wines whcrcNcr c\- 
hihitcd, as follows : 

OMAHA. I.S«>.S; (iUAFL.MAI.A. l.HOS; DHII.ADII I Ml! \. |S«)«>: PAlvMS. I"00: 
lUFFALO. 1<J0I; ST. LOl 15. I«>04. and PORTLAND in l'Jii5. 



WHOLESALE 



COHUtSPUNUI.NCI. l>V|I|.ll 



Southern California Wine Company 

2 IS \\ L5T lOriv'IM 5TRE":E:I 

rinmc I'hniic. LxclianRe Ift Sunset >\.ihi SM 

I OS \N<il:l-F.S. CAL. 



.•.2 r.\Cn-lC WINK AND SriRlT RH\'IK\V. 

of willc will he :i( llh' .lispHSill <>{ llic Slililins. TIlc l i TIlc II. -1. Wunhlrcill ("«.iiii.;iny li:is sulil iIk' old cstnll- 

will he (iiMui;ii.(l wiih ui;i|'i' vines iiiiil in cxcrv w ;i.\ will lislnd <|irin:: st icci stoic :itlrr loiii; dirkirini:. The pnr- 
ollVr (unirni I to I he iliiistv iincsls. rliasiis ;iir -1. i"i:iiik .Moi<inc\ nl' S:in I'lancisro, I'nsi- 

.lent nC llic .Icssc .\loolc llnill < 'o. ; II. },. I ;osl W irk oT SmU 

{•'iMMciscd. Iiruiliii' ill l;i\\ to Mr. .Moiomv : -laiin-s Mnrriiv, 

^■""■' -^'"iii''' is.-x.ilf.l o\.i a 1-,, 111, si r,,i- a saloon |',„.,ncrl v nf San I'.niiaiilino ; Iv I.. K'ohinson, wlio lias l.c.-ii 

lir.Misr on .Marine sir.ei ami (•.-.■an |-ioiii. Tlie.v is a ^^j,,, y^\. \^•,„,|;|,■ol i lor some v.-ais ; and .Mieliael-I Kiisli, 

rumor iliai Uaii .leirne of l.os .\iiueles wants tli.. |,ri\ileue ,|^^ s.iiilieiii ( •alilnrnia represcnlal ive of tiie .less.- .Mnon- 

aiid will |)i:i lip a line, siiilalile l.iii Id iii,:^ lo,- a rale. j,,,,,, ,.,, ■nierompanv will i.ekn-.wiias ilie I lerim-s Win.- 

and l.i(|nor ('<<.. and will make a sjieciallv oC ilie lijj;lu'st 

i;ol Kin^ of ,1,.. llolleni.eek lur weni ,,, .<e,iiil,. ..arlv ''^'^^ "'' ''^""'''•^ "'"'"• ='^ ""•" ''^ '^ '"''"- ^' "■''<'1"^''1<' 

in the month to 1„. ,,res,.nt at the delni, of his friend. Wal l'"^'""'--- ■"'I"' '"mpan.v has ampl,. eapiial. the anliiuri/.-.l 

ter Seott. as a theatrieal star. .\l,-. Kin. is -Seo.l vV i-> f stoek hein^ *1(I(M)(M., of w hieli .s7.-,,(l(HI is paid im 

, .■ , 1 I , , I 1 .1 -Mr. .\loidiie\ is head of one ol the lai-t;i'Sl lioiises west of 

manauer. In view id the latest de\ flopmeiits he mav re- 

.,,'•.,• -,1 ,1 ,1 , ' <"hiea"(i. and impfovemiiits in the ineseiii (iiiarleis and 

i;|-el Ills eonneetloii wilh the speit aelllar uellt. !^ • I II 

eiilarji-enieiits into the next liiiildiii;: to the north of the 

present ipiaiiers ail' in eoiilem]ila t imi. 

• lohii .Mannini; has sold his saloon at 117 South Spriiii: ■ — - - 

In William Iteddiek of Kciiliiek.v-. who has iiio\ed it to r_'".l W illiani S. Wdolaeoii. Inoiher of II. .1. Woojaeol t. tlic 

Soiiih Sjiriiiii. -Ml'. .Maiininj.; savs it is his inteiilion |o whoh'sale liipun- dcah-r. n\' I.es .Vn^vles. died smldenlv mi 

retire from Imsiness. ■ tli<' lltli iiisi. The e,-iiise if his demise was inllamimitnry 

rlMiimatism. fiom wliieh he has iieeii a siirierc!' mnrc or 

I'rohahlv the most Heuant and vei si le har in the '' ^^ '■'"• "'■' 1'"^' ■^■''="-- ''"'"' 'I"-''"" «='- mniia::er of the 

entire West is that of the new .Mexandria I. its in "• •'■ ^V""l="-.:tl Coaipan.v. lie was Mi years of a.-e ami 

, , ; , 1 • ,• • 1 , -111 r '1-1 ,• l!;i'l li\ed tliirl\-li\e Mats in Los .\lii;eles. He leaves, 

teiior Ileum linisheil massnclv in dark w I. Ilie entire • • ^ ■ i .<> . , 

fi-i.nt is of Colored -iri 'dass li: sides a widow, two eliildreii, llowai'd, ajic IMI, and lla, 

■ aue 17. 



Henry l.aiili"s < )ld I'lanlation lii|nor store has extended 
to an adjoininii room. His Imsiness is ui-ow in. aiiia/.in.U'. 



(i. I'iiiiiia, well known wine man, started I'or a iriji ti 
llah, -Maieli s, iniendini: to he awa\ four months. 



The T.ds Anu'clcs Wine (\>m|>any is haviini a liveal rim 
(in ("rawfoiiTs Scotch whisky, ispeeialh imiiorted. It is 
said this company is the only concern in the I'liited Sl.ites 
im]>orlini: the Crawfuid whisky. 



Tliere ai-e chances that the (iolhenlmiu system will he 
fnr.uotteii. Los .^ii^cles is a i^reai place for fads and a 
new one is soon lest to menioiy. Thele is a i:eneral feel- 
ing; a.uainst ili;it mi>\e for a monopoly and it m;iy never 
hoh lip a;;aili. 




The 



Herrmann 
Hats 



COIVIBINE 
QUAl ITY 
STYLE AND 
MODEST 
PRICES 




r^my/^^/^j^^^J, 



WHem in 

LOS ANGELES 

do not forget to pety a 
visit to tKe magnificent 



Cafe Bristol 



Under tKe Management of tKe %vell-Kno%vn Proprietors 



SCHNEIDER ^ FIEBER 



PACIFIC WINE AND SPIRIT REVIEW. 



53 




New York Correspondence. | 

Jf.^•*i;.ir.^^^vv^.;"■.;..;.^;vW..,V.;".^=XW..,W.v'f^ 



Ehiroi; Wim; A.NJi Si-iun Ki.Mi \'. 1 I.. l..i.«s whirh 
|iri \:iil In k«-<*|» tlic wine ami s|iii-ii nail*- at a \iiiiial 
>i.iiiilsiill. an- lliiiM-rnM. I'liinaiilv, iIh- |N-iiiliii^ li;;isla 
liiMi 1)11 till- |iiii'c-fiMii| i|ii(-stiiiii. This siil>j<-ri is all alisurli 
ill;.' ami su rarirailiiii;: in its i-tTi-ris. that \\c shall tii-si 
liifiitioii ih<- miiioi- iiitlmiins. 

The Li-iilcii sfas«)ii is im-\itiililv a <|iii*-t time in I Ik- wine 
aiiil spirit tiailc, and this oni' is lu) i\ri-|itii>ii t<> tin- iiili*. 
ir aiivthiii^'. it is iVfti iliilhr than usual. 

Thf wcathir! Sahsnirn. kimllv take imiiic ijiai it is 
iiiii mil- (h'siic t<» cminaih iiimn ihiir pH'inyativc uf wcath 
«'r if|M:its. hilt wlini .Maiih 1st liiiii;;s tvpiral s|»riii^' 
W(ii(h*-r. ami lh<> I'.Mh ila.v nf the same month lii-iii;:s a 
iiiiiiialiirf lili/./.;ii-il — ideal •laniiar.v <la.vs — we feel that it is 
narraiitetj ami |>ariliinal)le t<i lefei- tu the whinisieal 
weathei' link. Ami w h.\ m>l ;:i\e him a rnll share <>r tin- 
lilame fitf Imsiiiess ipiiet '.' 

The i<ha is siireailiii;: in tiie liaih- tliai a iniic fmxl jaw. 
faiilv n-^iilatin^ enmlitiMns whieh woiihl not militaie 
li^liiiiisi atu one hramli, to the ailvaiilap- of aiioiher, woiiM 
be ultimately heiielirial to all interests. If all the hlemlers 
of whiskies, wines or s|>iiils ha\e t<» lahel iIm ir Itottles. or 
liraml llieir liainls ideiitieallv, all will e<|iiall.v heiielit or 
MiitTer. Afli I- all. the |iiihli<-, the eourt of last resort, will 
ilii'iile aihl there .senns to he lint one serious argument 
)i;:ainst l)lemle«l whiskies, that niav heiietit the liottleilin- 
ImiihI im-n. It is not the fail that the whiskv is hottleil in 
iMind. which imaiis little to the averap- man. It is not the 
fiM-l.tliat the streii^Ith is ;:iial.llltred li.v the (iovernment. 
It is the emphasis plaeed hy the a<lverlisers on the little 
;;re<'ii stamp whieh is s;iid to pi-<»ve the whiskv is jiiire. 

Kdmate the piildie? IMetid) rs are now deelarin^ that 
llie yri-*'!! stamp d<Ms not do this, and straight whiskies 
Mtaiid no hi;.dier than hleiids. The little red st.iinp. issued 
llV the <io\el'limenl and plaeol on an elMelope hefori- it 
•^Ms lliron;:h the mails, does not guarantee the contents of 
tile envelo|M- to lie moral. The stamp jjim-s on aiivthiii;;, 
■ I or evil, pure or impure, alike, .\|| it pro\es is eom- 



pliaiiee with certain re^iilatiuuH mid iiiorjiliiy ih not ui f 

these. The letter iiiav Ik- iiiiiiioriil. The wliiKkv niiiy Im- 
impure The tiovernnietii ;;iia rant )•<•?< neither one nop the 
other. Coiiviiice the pnlilic of tliiK and IdendK will reiniii 
their popularity, iMH-iiiise iiMin- to the taste of the pultlic 

.\ stroll;: ar^iiiiM lit for the hleinlerx wax Kii;:pi«ted Miine 
lime a;;o, in a letter written liy s<iiiie one to the New York 
//'/«</</. Me aske<l, "If a pun- foml law pai««tl and he adil- 
eil cream and sii^ar to his colTi-*-, wonid he U- ^inilty of 
ailiillM-atioii." He sjiid he |tnferred a hieiid of colTei-. 
cream and sii;:ar, to "hlaik coITim-."' Ii'h a ^mmI lilenderH* 
ar;:iiiiieiit. Some piiiple prefer a Hwi-eteiied. Ilavorr-d 
whisky to a strai;:lit whisky. It can Ih- just aK pure, and, 
as a matter of fai-t, may Im> purer. 

Itiit the idea of the ;;re»n stamp ;:iiaranteeiii;: purity, 
must lie overcome or the piihlic will Ik- justilietl in aK.«iiiii- 
iii;: altseiice of the stamp aryin-s lack of purity and lliitt 
would hiiii. The Mi tiders must "li;:lit it out on tliix line" 
and. if coiicerle<l action U- taken, ii -li.ml.i 11..1 take "nil 
siimiin'r.*' 

Some assistance, the rectifiers ; lu. i<. ii-^ur*'. will 

Ih' furnished them in their ar;;uiiieni, hy the fact that 
liotllcd ill lioiid whiskies tlilTcr in pri«e. The piihlic ninst 
se<'tliat if all are alike ;:naraiite<'«l pnii>, one liuiidre<l pi-iHif. 
Iiottled in ImiihI, wIi\ should not all he e<|uiil in price? It 
furnishis the ar;:iimeiii that some are iN-lter than otlien*. 
This implies some are not so ^ond as otiieiv. Hut iievi-rtlii'- 
h ss, in the eyes of the < loveriiment, as e.vprefsiil in the 
;;reeii stamp, all are opial. I>im-s not this, tin- Ideiidi'rs 
ai';;iie, prove that the ( iovcriimeiit will place the stamp on 
any Mliisk\, iMittled under its supervision, irres|Nitive «if 
its value as a whisky, just as the little nil stamp pii-s on 
the missive of the inaiileii, the letter of the liiisiiiesM inun, 
the cominiinication of the fraiidnleni eoii-es|M>ndenl, or 
the lilackmailiii;: mte of the criminal. In the eyes of lli«' 
law. all the letters an- e«|u:il. Hut, as a mailer of fuel. 
they are not necessarily so. 

This is the feature the hlellth is llllisl liriii;: to tile alien 
lion of the )iiililic. and they must hriii;: it in m* ilie«tivlH-nl 
manner hut in a simple, homely way so thai il may Im> 
clearly iiiiderstoii<| and llioroii;:IiIy realir.eil. "The little 
::reeii stamp does mil ^•iiaraiitti- |inril\" iiinNi In- the Klupin 






t frff /'A-r/- t /'/rti/. ^ . ^fttftfff 




54 



PACIFIC WINE AND SPIRIT REVIEW. 



Oregon Local Option Law Sustained. 



.'iiiil ll iiiiist Ix' w iil('l\ ;iiiii<>iiiiri'(l. mill li(i\\ III ilii it is mow 
llic i|iioi imi auiiiil iiii; ilir lilrmlcrs nf ilic (■umitry. 

Nrw Niiikcis li;i\c liccii iicciislnninl In rcj;;ii-il ••lucal 
iililinii" :is siiiiictliiiii; InicKlic, I'.li \v\\ well lor K;nis;is nr 
••II]. Slair" :ui(l iill llijil kin. I <.f tliiii- vmi knuw . Hiil mii '"i' ''"'I'L "I''" is nf spc.i:ii i.iliTcsl on iHcniiiil nt ilir fa.- 
.•Hull isi.n r..iii ill Ihr Nixv Vi.rk l,<-"isla( iiiv n. rM.n.l ilir H'^'l '' iii-Ik'NIs in .-Vfi-.v .l.Mail lin- Imal niuinn law as i 



A 



ItlSl'A'rcil Irniii Allianv, (ti.'., slal.-s llial a di'.isiui 
lias lirin liaiitji'il iliiw ii li\ •Jn.!".' Uni-mli nl' liir ("ii 



fcaliirr In llii' lilirs 111' ilic Slal.', an. I ad.ls niic innrr i 

liir cxiis wiliill ai-r ailliril al lllr lii|l|nl- illlrlrsl. 

In < "liirauii. wlifiT iliiv lia\i- Jnsi laisnl sainnn iiii-ns.' 
ri-niii s.'idO In SlJMIU annually, smiir ilisi iissinii is uniiii; n 
as In wliclli.T ii is mil linn- in ailxamr ilic lalc nf lli 
w linl. salcr's liicnsc. \'cril\ , i lnsi' lie i i-nnlilnns i inics. 

Am. mi; re. •cut iii.-.ir]iinal inns : 

•Tui.'s \'.)i;cs ('.).. K^^ llailinr Ciiy. X. .1.: in maniifai 



is iinw in n|).'ratiou in Orcjion. I'mm a i(|inii i\\' ilic .-as. 
I lie an inn was almii;- Ic-lmical lints lar^.'l\ ; Iml il is cv i 
(It-nl llir cnnil rasi llicsc asi.lc, ami i.assc.l snlrly nn III 
main fails. I'rniii iliis ilrrisinn. il will apprar ilial lli 
llifory nf llic allnnicy fm- Ilir lii|nni- ilraliTs ami In-rwrr 
llial tile law liad h.-.'n imprniicrly passnl, ami was lli.'V. 
fnic nm-nnstitnti.inal, is a niislak.-. nn ihr fac' nf III 
jn.l^iin.'ni .if .Iml^c Unni.'l I, il must lir jir.'suiiif.l tlial 111 
rlcclinn was l.-^^ally h.'M, ilu- ri'snil pinpcrly .Ic.-Iarc.l am 



liiiv.liainpa.mi.', li.|n..i-san.l iniiHTal walx'i-s, ami tlir-n.w .,„ ,„.,,,.,. ,,,■ p,-,,|,il,it inn 1,-ally pinmnli^ainl 



iiiu nl liiaix's; capiial, si.'ri,()(M» ; dir.'ct.n-s -- .Inslin i;. 
Sy|ilirr. .1. l.awrciiri' W'cl linall. riiiladclpliia. 

'I'Ih' Califnrnia W'iiir Ccllais Cn.. .Icrscy I'ily; capiial. 
.VllHI.IMHI: imnipnialnis -Knlinl S. .Mnirall. Mnlvil.T .1. 
.M.illall and l.nuis ('. l.apa;L;f. 



This is (■(■rlainly a srvcrc lilnw in iln- lii|iini- inirrisls o 
Oicj^.m, and indical.'s llial lln-y arr prnifi'dini; nn Hi 
w rniii; cniii-sc. Il isrxidcni llial li\ irsnll nf I his ilccisi.ii 
nf llic ("ircnil ("niirl. llic nnly redress llic d.-al.-rs lia\c i 
Ihc hallnl linx. They iiinsi ilia nunialc a campaiiiii f.ir lli 



The IJ.'rl.'iiltacJi ('n.. New ^'n^k ; in mannfa.-l lire diani i-cnindcliii^ nf Ihc law which imw disi:i-accs llic slalut 

liauni'; ia|)ilai. .SL'.'i.dlMI ; diieclnrs — ('. II. Ornc, W. I!. Iinnks nf i he Slalc of ( (rc.unii ; and 1 he snniicr I licy j;."t int' 

licrlciiliach. ( '. I,. I'.iikliahn. New \n\k. I he linlil. I lie licl Icr f.ir their nwii w.-lfarc. 

.\ iini.'wnrihy fad. and nn.' which may he acccpi.'d as 

imlicati\c «( ihe irend nf iniliicm-cs. is iiie iin.inin.Mic.' California Wine Association fleeting. 

which was accnrded In ••('rcsia IMama" wiii.'s al tli.' re- 

ceiil animal dinnei- nf Ihc Vniikci-s City Chill. This is the T^ 1 1 1'- n-iilar aiiniial mcciin- ui ihc ( 'alifnniia Win 
lirst time in llie hisl.n-y nf Ihe cliili thai any nlhcr tliiiii * Assnciatinii has liccn pnsl|inned iiiilil .May 1(1. liMM 

iiniMM-te.l wines were fcaiiii-cd nn llicir menus, and il is 'I'l'i^ i^ nwiii- In ihc ahscnc' nf I'l-csideiii I'.Tcy .Mornaii 

most jiralifyin- in have ihc Imimr now .■iccnr.lcd In smh a «!'" '^ in \Vashin-lnii wmkinu In scciire ihe jiassauv <i 

rciircsiMitalivc lyjic nf pni-e ('alifnniia wines. Hn- . Amended Sw.cl Wine Kill. 

The lialiaii '*^wiss ('olmiy are rnsliin^ In cnniplcl inn - — — 

llieir new ipiaileis in Iliis ciiy, al NNcsl IClevenlli and jVJS?^!rr:«:*t'!{:^t'&rit«:tlr^b^!-^~^!:ri^^^^^ 

\\ ashiiiL;lnn sirccls. Tli.>\- c.xiic.l tn lak.' iinssessinii lie- §( c. l. schalitz 

I ween April l.'illi and Mav 1st. V< 

• ill 

The ( ■(iiisnli.lal.'d ('alifnniia N'incyard ('ninpany have s| 

lakeii a lar^c Iniildin^ al (Jre.'iiwich and ( 'hristn|)ii(>r ^ 

sirccls, this .-ity, and will rciimvc frnm ihcir pres.Mit hi. a- Ii 

li.iii aii.iiit -May Isi. |i 

NEW VOKKKi;. I' 



Pacific Copper Worlds 

INCORPORATED 

OP LOS ANOEUES 



E. T. .MORRIS ), 
Secretary i 



WnmU TO DISTILLEBS m WIHE PKEBS. 



(^ 




The 



npanying cut illustrates t.- 

our ORIGINAL tJONTINUODS « 

STII.I,, which we have improved g* 

each season until it has reached its « 

present perfection. -st 

This STILL, which has always v> 

received our special attention and ^ 

study, has been of material assist- S 

ance in securing for California sweet 5* 

wines and brandies the high rank in ^ 

the world which they hold today. S 

We manufacture not only high- V( 

class STILLS, but also Copper and ij« 

Brass Work of all descriptions for 1;* 

wineries, distilleries, breweries, etc. 5* 

Our Pasteurizers and Wine Filters 5; 

enjoy the same high standard of S< 

popularity as our STILLS. §( 

Refkrhncrs :— .Ml successful sweet V( 

w